December 12, 2019 • 2 min read
Catherina Gailey spent her childhood in a small picturesque Danish town “surrounded by castles, great mansion houses, and old farms”. She now lives in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of the United States but loves to integrate that old world Demark charm into her cottage farmhouse style. Catherina (aka Cat) is an interior designer and shares her love of design and decorating in her charming blog “Sage Hill Cottage”. Cat’s blog is a fun and festive mix of decorating ideas, do-it-yourself projects, recipes, and products she loves. Her home is so beautiful! She really blends the character and depth of interesting pieces with a clean and fresh palette of whites and creams as her backdrop. The result is welcoming and cozy. We’re a big fan of Cat’s style!
Last holiday season, Cat decided to incorporate some live greenery into her Christmas decorating. After discovering Lynch Creek Farm, she chose our fresh, hand-crafted Blended Bay wreath to feature in two areas of her home. What a stunning addition it made to her lovely space! The lush and gorgeous evergreen textures against the white canvas of her kitchen were a definite show-stopper. We love the idea of finding the perfect spot in the cooking or gathering area to display a live evergreen wreath... not only will it spread fresh fragrance and bring a smile whenever someone enters the room, it’s sure to be a conversation starter at holiday family gatherings.
Cat also demonstrates how beautiful the simple and natural Blended Bay wreath can look on the front door, and how it goes with any style or color of decor. This versatile wreath automatically creates a sense of invitation and warmth to any space, and we’re so happy Cat chose to highlight this well-loved Lynch Creek Farm favorite in her Christmas decorating! Cat enthusiastically blogs about her great experience with her beautiful Blended Bay wreath here. We’re eager to see Cat’s selection this season and how she decorates with it!