An Entrance to A Merry & Bright Christmas

There’s no doubt when you approach my Sister-in-law’s home you know this family loves whimsy and color.
Gina recently changed her front doors from green to blue. To achieve this look she painted the doors blue (Sorry, we can’t find the color! I’ll edit this as soon as we find the name of the paint color.) then glazed them with Martha Stewart’s Metallic Glaze in Polished Silver. I just love how these turned out! So pretty! Gorgeous job Gina!
 The large garland above her doors is actually a bright shrimp color but may read as red in the photo. I found out later that the large turquoise bow that sits top and center had blown off. I knew something was missing! :)
I had to share (I asked first) this family photo with you guys. I LOVE this photo! It makes me smile everytime I see it. 
Gina’s family
This photo was taken by photographer Angel Porch in an area of Oklahoma City, near the Red Cup coffee house, known as Red Cup Square.
See more of Gina’s Merry & Bright Christmas here & here.
I hope you are all enjoying the last few days before Christmas. I’m finally beginning to feel like I have things under control…mostly.
Merry Christmas!
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18 Responses to An Entrance to A Merry & Bright Christmas

  1. Lori says:

    I would be so excited to enter through there. Oh the anticipation of what would be inside. Lovely color on those doors. Just gorgeous.

  2. I love those doors! The whole front entry is gorgeous. And I love the pic of her family, cute!

  3. What a beautiful entry. Who wouldn’t want to go thru those doors… I can only imaging the wonders of the inside!

  4. What a beautiful entry. Who wouldn’t want to go thru those doors… I can only imaging the wonders of the inside!

  5. Stacy says:

    Gina’s entry is beautiful…I especially love the huge ornaments hanging from the garland! All the decorations are so perfectly Gina. :) And the family photo is adorable; it makes me smile, too.

  6. What a fun picture, Sonya! The outside looks just as great as the inside. Is her front door similar in color to the blue you painted yours? The decor is perfect for letting you know what you will find inside! Gina really found some great colored things I would never have thought of for Christmas!

  7. L says:

    What a great entry to their lovely home. Those doors are awesome. The pops of the cheerful colors are nicely done.

  8. What a fabulous front porch!! The color palette is so fun and festive and that garland is amazing. Love the family pic too! :-)
    Hope you are having a blessed Christmas season Sonya!
    Vanessa

  9. Gypsy Heart says:

    LOVE it all! I’m one that adores color so this would be perfect for me. The garland and the other touches of whimsy are so fun & festive. I absolutely love the doors too and the family photo is fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing.

    Merry, Merry Christmas my friend!
    xo
    Pat

  10. CHRISTmas Blessings from my mountain top to your home…May it be the best one ever..Hugs and Love Gloria.

  11. That is a fabulous entry to the house! Love the colors. merry Christmas to you.

  12. Barb says:

    Beautiful entrance – those doors are gorgeous!

  13. Teri says:

    I love all of the wonderful color!! The planter (urn) is gorgeous! Did your sister-in-law paint? If so, I am begging for a tutorial? =)

  14. Shelia says:

    Hi Sonya! OH, your sister’s home looks amazing! I’m sure she is a fun gal! I love their snap in front of the colorful wall!
    Merry Christmas and be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  15. What a cool sister in law you have! And of course she does too!! I love her style.

  16. Okay, the question is–Where did she find that colored garland?? I spy yet another cherub. I like that she used simple wreaths under the colorful garland. They add just the right touch. It’s nice to see the family behind the color. Merry Christmas, dear friend!