Many of you have already started taking down the Christmas decorations and thinking about
the next phase of decor. As for me, I am enjoying my Christmas decorations
until January 6th. A tradition . . .
In the meantime, I am planning the next phase . . . Winter Decor.
The winter berry sprays were placed in the vintage hanging scale . . .
As I go through the house, I can see that there are many vignettes that can pass for
Winter decor . . . would you say this is something that you would consider Winter decor?
Christmas? . . . or Winter? or both?
And what about this demijohn filled with icy branches and a wintery owl?
Pine and cedar trees are used in many ways for Christmas decor . . . however, they are
beautiful green trees of Winter . . . so I think my cedar and pine will stay for a while.
And speaking of cedar and pine . . .
I am sure I can use this pine tree purchased on clearance from Pottery Barn
for a Winter Vignette.
I use a lot of cedar and pine garland and sprays.
The chandeliers do not escape these pine garlands.
Again, Christmas or Winter or both.
This faux birch and pinecone tree will definitely be in my Winter decor . . .
place to be determined.
The trio of shimmery silver trees are in my bathroom . . .
~ ~ now, maybe shimmery and silver do not say “Winter”
However, do these say Christmas or Winter?
A trio of white bottle brush trees . . . I guess it would be if I use them in the right
way . . . in the appropriate vignette styled for Winter.
This Winter Birds pillow was a great find as I definitely can use it throughout the
But what do you think about this: . . . the pillow and throw that are this
season’s all-time favorite of mine.
Would this look be more “Christmasy” or can it be left the way it is throughout
the winter months. This looks makes me happy, so I think it will stay
for a little while longer.
Have a wonderful day!!…I am sure many of you are making great plans for New Year’s Eve!
I am joining: