Sunday, December 31, 2017

Transitioning Your Decor into the New Year




Transitioning your decor  from Christmas
through New Year's and into winter is easily done when you
take some of the decorations you are already using and
continue using them in your next
winter decor vignettes...







This year  I've taken away the little Christmas trees
which were in the window previously and reused some of the
pearl garlands here which were formerly draped on the main 
Christmas trees.
The sparkling white lamé fabric was wrapped around
the one Christmas tree here in the window and now gives an essence of snow ~ mimicking the
real snow dusting we had outside
earlier this morning.
:)




Bringing back the ironstone soup tureen with a gold-dotted sparkly candle in it is just perfect for ringing in the New Year!
The candles adds their own Nordic touch ~ 
continuing but changing the Nordic look of the reds and
whites and pinks of Christmas-time ~ 
to the simple bright Nordic whites with just touches of
pink in the dried roses and with an addition of
a pink faceted crystal ornament
laid neatly near a potted faux juniper 
decorated with its
own berries.






Outside  the theme continues with touches of
real snow dusting the new head wreaths adorning
The Girls...










These are just  a few simple things you can do
to keep out some of the Christmas decorations you love
but make your winter scenes a little more
just wintery...

Will be sharing a bit more of the "sparkly" as
we finally get the new chandy up...
Stay tuned!


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Happy New Year, Everyone!

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