Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Mardi Gras Decor


I recently noticed more and more houses around town decorating for Mardis Gras. Since today is "Fat Tuesday," which is always the day before Ash Wednesday, here's my official Mardis Gras post from Selma.

The house is an English Tudor-style cottage with lots of landscape artistry to go with it. And why not? Its owner also owns Four Seasons Garden Center. This home will be open for tours during the Historic Selma Pilgrimage in March.

7 comments:

Kate said...

It is a charming place! You photographed it well, setting off its best advantage; but, I guess that's not hard to do with this house!

Hilda said...

I almost missed the bright but discreet decor for the beautiful greenery!

Halcyon said...

I love the cottage - it's so cute. And it looks even nicer with the mardi gras colors out.

Laissez les bon temps rouler!
(For one more day, at least).

Lois said...

The first word I thought of was charming too!

Rachel said...

What a gorgeous house! I love that style of houses...

bfarr said...

I bet that cottage is just as charming on the inside.

Virginia said...

well I guess I need to hustle, I have no Mardi Gras photos. Oh dear. Yours is great. I love this cottage. we have lots of Tudor style here too.
V