It was the lifelong home of businesswoman and philanthropist Frances Osborne Kellogg.
Each year area garden clubs do a wonderful job decorating the 19th-century house for the holidays. The house opened for the season Friday.
It's my own tradition to go there each year the day after Thanksgiving and check out the decor.
This year's theme is "Holiday in Bloom."
In the living room one club set up a retro display. It included a "Charlie Brown tree" and a tabletop tree made from white toothpicks, as well as this tinsel tree. Remember them? I do.
In the background is a display of illuminated ceramic trees placed on the piano.
Here's a better shot of the ceramic ones.
This beautiful fireplace with its decorated mantel is across the living room from the piano.
The formal dining room decked out in greens and golds.
Ralph saw shadows in these photos and urged me to use them here. So I did.
See lots more shadows from around the world at Shadow Shot Sunday 2.