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Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Photo by Louise Krafft, Gazette
Natural greens were used as a garland on the grand stairwell and attached with ribbons and red and white roses.
Boxwood wreathes adorn the doors to the mansion.
Garlands of magnolia leaves interspersed with pine cones and berries and boxwood on the mantle in the study.
Detail of the mantle in the study. Boxwood branches are reassembled to form little accent trees.
The marble mantel in the parlor with evergreen and fir garlands and red and white roses.
A detail of the mantle in the parlor with greens and rose accents.
In the Underwood Room, boxwood branches are made into little trees on top of greens and accented with red apples.
Decorations at Historic Woodlawn were designed by Alexandria resident and designer Beverly Stanley.
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