Hi friends hope you all had a great weekend. This time of year I guess is the most busiest yet good time for all or may be at least for me. Decorating home, getting good deals on your favorite stuff and being nostalgic remembering what I did throughout the year ......... ohh man time really flies. I guess good time always flies faster !!!
As Christmas and holidays knocking at door you all must have bought and lit up your own personalized Christmas tree at the corner of your home. isn't it great ...no one will think you are the weirdo because you are cutting humongous trees and bringing home and decorating it...cause this is what it is all about Christmas.
Anyway now coming to Multicultural Monday post....as I was planning this week's post I came across A Room with a view and saw the Christmas Tree around the world and was thinking how Lisa (the owner of the blog) read my mind?? If you have not visit her site yet please do so through this link.
So like my other MM post Halloween around the world this week's MM is on Christmas tree from all over the world and thanks to Lisa for making my life easy and I some of my picture from her blog and added some more from my Google collection!!
Enjoy and let me know if you decorated yours already or not!!
Nathan Philips Square, Toronto
Eaton Centre, Toronto
This year's theme is the top right corner one with humongous Rheindreers
Bryant Park, NYC
Daley Plaza, Chicago
Durango City, México
Hoofddorp, the Netherlands
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Rio de Janeiro, World's largest floating Christmas Tree
We all can decorate our home with fancy stuff, but the question is who can do it it most unvonventional way without spending a fortune. If you like something which looks exactly identical that you saw in a high end luxuxry boutiqe store without the expensive price tag will you go for the higher or lower price tag? If you were me, obviously lower one.
I am subscribed to Style at Home magazine and every month I eagerly wait to see what they have in the upcoming issue and my personal facourite section is the "High" and "Low" section. Another great site that I regularly visit is Olioboard . It's just so amazing that you can get the same product without sacrificing the quality that are available in a high end store. Good for your wallet and for your home too :-)
The following post that I got from there shows one of my favourite topic and see yourself to beleive that you don't need spend a fortune to get what you wanted.
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