I tend to switch out artwork around my home based on the season, and this photo is just magical. It puts me in the mood for fireside hot chocolate, and it would look great framed on the mantle or mixed in with other wall art.
These are so creative! Add a beautiful silver serving paper as a backing for plates and platters to serve yummy appetizers or desserts. They are a festive way to decorate your buffet table or serving dishes. Plus, when the night is over, simply toss them away; they keep your dishes that much cleaner.
I love these birch candle holders. They would look beautiful displayed all year long, but they would be perfect for winter dinner parties. Use them with tapered candles or fashion a place card to the top for a unique table setting.
This chandelier is designed to catch and reflect its soft glowing light, a perfect effect for cozy winter decorations. I would hang it in an unusual location (over a bed or favorite reading nook, or even unwired above a large, free-standing tub) as a statement piece.
Frame a beautiful card like this Happy New Year illustration for the mantle or your photo wall collage to commemorate the upcoming holiday.
This beautiful sunburst mirror is a showstopper and would be stunning placed up above the fireplace or in the entry of a home. I love the muted metallic finish and the light-catching bevel cut of the glass.
This is the perfect sparkly accent for holiday home decorating; the sequins are so fun! This little guy is small enough to be stowed away for the rest of the year, or if you love him a ton, keep the pillow out all year long and rotate in a few fresh, spring colors come March.
I love the brushed stainless steel finish of these vases. Fill in a ho-hum bookshelf with a few frosted silver accents for a fresh, seasonal feel, or line a table runner with these simple vases for a creative centerpiece. Maybe put a few white daisies in each to bring in some living decor.
A chevron wool rug is perfect underfoot this winter, and the herringbone pattern is a subtle way to bring in the trendy print. The neutral shades of this rug would look wonderful in a bedroom, living room or even dining room. This rug is just plain cozy.
This table runner would be just beautiful for a dinner party this season. I love the soft sky blue and the bold pattern.
These handmade bamboo rings with a touch of lace are so pretty. They would look lovely this winter for a dinner party!
This has every reason why winter is wonderful! Keep this print around for the three coldest months of the year to remember why we love winter so much. I like to keep a spare frame or two just for such seasonal prints.
Block-print textiles are some of my favorites, and I love this light blue chrysanthemum set of cloth napkins. They would be lovely for a winter tablescape this season, or for any time of the year! I'm picturing these pairing perfectly with an all-white and natural table setting for winter or with bright pastels for the spring.
This little guy is both adorable and practical. I would love to use him to keep my jewelry organized while adding a trendy new decorative piece to the bedroom.
I would serve up some delicious holiday cookies on this beautiful snowflake plate this season. It's a stunning piece to showcase all winter, perhaps on a plate stand on a console table. The subtle gold design in the clear glass will match just about anything.
I would use this tray to serve up New Year's Eve champagne this winter, and then keep it around the rest of the year as a couch tray for drinks at any party. I love the white-washed rattan; it would tie in so nicely with the rest of my winter decor.
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