Monday, December 23, 2013

Christmas Trees Of Greenbrier

Do you remember when Kim and I visited
We were on our way 
The beautiful Greenbrier Resort 
White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
I know everyone is busy but I thought I would share the many 
Christmas Trees of Greenbrier! 
Holiday Eye Candy!
The Tree In The Grand Hall
This tree was in the main dining room.
Decorated with the signature china for Greenbrier
by Homer Laughlin from the design of Dorothy Draper.
Trees in the Grand Ballroom.
There was a golden tree in each corner.
It is beautiful reflected in the mirror. 

The plaster ceiling was the only architectural feature
saved during the restoration after WW11.
The large mirror on the opposite wall reflects
me taking the picture. 
Not a Christmas Tree but I had to show you the 
original dance floor from 1923. Isn't it amazing.
You can see where the large doors to the garden
opened on rollers.
The next three photos are the 
"Dream Tree"
consisting of $1,000,000 in gifts for
needy children in the area.

 This lovely tree is in the Garden Room.
This tree and the one below are in the sitting room.
Don't you love that wall color. 
There were other trees that I was unable to snap
or they didn't turn out well.
I hope you enjoyed this quick view of 
"The Christmas Trees of Greenbrier"

In the weeks to come, I will share more of the resort and the decor that remains true to Dorothy Draper's original design. 

Have a Blessed Christmas!


The Quintessential Magpie said...

These are just as cool as can be, Ginger! I love the one in the dining room. SO pretty.

Merry Christmas to you, my sweet friend, and all good wishes for the year to come...



Entertaining Women said...

I've always wanted to go to the Greenbriar. Thanks for the treat. Cherry Kay

Chatty Crone said...

I would love to go there it is beautiful and amazing! Merry Christmas. sandie

~~louise~~ said...

I am never too busy to look at such a spectacular display of Christmas Trees, Ginger! I can just imagine the ooohs and aaaahs as you and your daughter happened upon each one. And what fun to be able to share with pictures. That Gift Tree is amazing! Sounds like somewhere I would love to visit. I'be bookmarked this link in my Travel folder:)

Thank you so much for sharing, Ginger. Sending Joyous Christmas Wishes to you and your wonderful family. Louise

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Ginger,
What a show of Christmas Trees indeed but I liked the golden best...
Merry Christmas to you and Bob.
Enjoy this season; we can all count our blessings.

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

I LOVE Greenbriar…we spent one of our anniversaries there…it is so gorgeous..I could live there!…I am such a fan of Dorothy Draper!!! I can just imagine how beautiful it is there at Christmas…thanks for sharing these beautiful trees!

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

P.S. Merry Christmas!!!!

Alycia Nichols said...

Man, that place is pretty!!!! Those trees are just gorgeous!!! I would love to get a chance to design a tree like that!!!!!!! What fun!

I am so glad you showed us the dance floor. That's the kind of stuff I really like to see. If only that floor could talk...! :-)

Merry Christmas, dear Ginger!

Sarah said...

We spent a week at the Greenbrier in 2000. We attended a cooking school and met Julia Child. What an amazing experience. One of those cherished memories of a life time. Thanks for sharing this beautiful resort in the Christmas season.
Merry Christmas to you! ~ Sarah

Diane Jordan said...

Hi lovely lady.
Your photos of the trees at Greenbrier " are Gorgeous I need to put this place on my wish list.I hope you have a wonderful Bless Christmas and a Happy New Year my sweet friend.

Nee said...

Good Morning Ginger , what gorgeous Christmas trees and displays , thanks for sharing .
Have a very Merry Christmas from my family to yours :)

Beverly said...

It is such a beautiful and magical location.

Merry Christmas to you and all you hold dear, Ginger.♥

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