This is my year. I went armed with plenty of cash and conquered. I had chosen from his dozens of wares within seconds.
The pictures don't quite do it justice. It really is stunning. The eaves are comprised of crown moulding...
A brass gas spigot adorns the top. A hose would be attached to the front and the gas would be turned on and off with the the circle shaped 'key'.
An intricately designed copper doorknob plate serves as a backboard for the vintage glass doorknob. Oh how the sunlight dances off this feature!
The boards of the house are retired paneled doors given a fresh coat of paint which is then distressed to add to the vintage appeal.... Perhaps my second favorite feature is the appropriately-used pressed tin roof. I would buy a Victorian house just to have one of these...
The last embellishment is a genuine drill bit topped off with a door stopper.
The completed house is encircled with a vine of fine cranberry and ivory faux berries.
I don't have much for decorations in my home because I despise knicknacks and I firmly believe that less is more. This decoration is by far my most favorite decoration in the house and probably will be forever. My lust is satisfied. For today. :)