Thursday, December 31, 2009

Monday, December 28, 2009

NY Botanical Garden Train Show

Sunday I went to the NY Botanical Garden Train Show. It was amazing all NY buildings and landmarks made from natural materials, like the Brooklyn Bridge in pine cones and twigs that towered over our heads and the torch on Lady Liberty made from pomegranate. They had Brownstones and homes Central Park, Apollo Theatre, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick's Cathedral and Yankee Stadium. There were model trains and also little lady bug and butterfly ones also that ran on a quarter of a mile track all around. The sparkling lights all around these beautiful "natural art creations" were pretty. Then we went into the Children's park to see Gingerbread Houses and was a little disappointed but still pretty sights along the way. It was a magical evening. The Show is there until January 10, 2010 and Thomas The Train will be on Exhibit until January 2, 2010.

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Juicy Pink Saturday

Happy Pink Saturday. I hope Everyone had a wonderful Christmas!
This week's Pink Saturday post is from the "Juicy Store". Their window and inside store display is all a carnival and of course lots of "Pink"! Make sure you visit Beverly from How Sweet the Sound and see more Pink Saturday treasures.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas to you and your family! May the Joy of Christmas fill your heart with love and Joy! xoxoxoxo
Macy's on 34th Street (Herald Square)

Henri Bendel

Tavern On The Green - Closing Forever January 1!

Rockafeller Center

The Saks Store-Front with Snowflakes that dance

Saks on Fifth Avenue

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Bergdorf & Tiffany

I figured I don't have much time to show you more windows and decor in NYC so I will hurry and double and triple post! The famous "Snowflake" on 57th and Fifth Avenue sparkles and glistens with glee. All the glitter and sparkle of Bergdorf Goodman and Tiffany lightens it up. This year I noticed alot of "art and crafts" and familiar pieces in the displays. I hope you enjoy these windows as much as I am. I will be so sad when they take it all down.
Tiffany on 57th and Fifth Avenue has these gorgeous windows. They are simple and elegant. They have Marie Antoinette cut-outs displayed with jewelry. I was more amazes at the artistry in the cut-outs more.

Bergdorf Goodman on 58th and Fifth Avenue has the most exquisite window displays ever. This year they did an "Alice In Wonderland" theme. I was so taken aback at all the "crafts" that were there. They had Wendy Addison Chandelier and Chair, a paper clock, an amazing garland and the cutest Charlotte doll. I pass this windows everyday and still find amazing little art pieces. I wonder if Wendy knows her pieces are there.
Wendy Addison

they know Charlotte also

Bergdorf also is into crafting look at this garland

my favorite with vintage mirrors