Victorian christmas

Transform your home into a Victorian wonderland this Christmas with captivating decorations. Discover top ideas to bring the elegance and charm of the Victorian era to your holiday season.
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The Hudson River Museum has begun to deck its halls! This week we begin installing the decorations for our Victorian house, Glenview. Join us Thanksgiving weekend as we unveil our holiday decor. Open Thanksgiving Weekend with fantastic family programs on Friday, Nov. 23 -

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Writing this series on Christmas Traditions, I was shocked to find how more than any other time in history, Victorian England shaped our modern-day version of Christmas. So you'd be surprised how easy it is to have your very own Victorian Christmas this year! In fact, some of your favourite Christmas customs might indeed have

Lori Taylor
So pretty at night with just the lights glowing.   Love the nutcrackers, the lights that appear to drip and the garland.

So pretty at night with just the lights glowing. Love the nutcrackers, the lights that appear to drip and the garland.

Dianna Wilhite
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The ‘door was thrown open leading into the great exhibition-room. Here was a magnificent Christmas-tree hung all over with colored wax tapers; here were tables covered with white cloths, and glittering from head to foot with the most bewitching doll-babies, work-boxes, card-cases, silk dresses, rattles, penny whistles, shawls, sashes, drawing-implements, and I don’t know what … Continue reading The Victorian Christmas Tree →

Michelle Hardbarger