Holiday decor does not have to mean red and green, tinsel and gold. Designers often use an understated, tasteful color palette in their holiday packages, wreaths and swag, often coordinated to each room to keep the look cohesive.
LEDs line the edge of the pool and change the water from its usual blue to bright green, red and even purple. After an evening swim, the owners will definitely enjoy sitting back and watching the display.
'Give a nod to the season without being too over the top," says planner Resha Zazueta, of Something To Celebrate. "Florals with a hint of holiday coloring, sprigs of mistletoe, and a hot chocolate bar bring a lovely wintry feel without turning a wedding into a Christmas party.” Flowers: White roses, deep red calla lilies, deep red chrysanthemums, white hydrangeas, blush peonies, red amaranthus, white hydrangeas, white larkspur, white wax flowers, dusty miller, white tallow berries, greenery. Floral design: Blooming Gallery.
If something more otherworldly is your aim, a dinosaur garden filled with dyed deer moss, a bonsai tree, glittery holiday decor, multicolored plants and a variety of colorful dinosaurs offers plenty of visual space for small children to explore.
Oyster roasts are meant to be relaxed. No need to use full sets of silverware or your best china, but you can still add elegance with something as simple as color. Incorporate a colorful cup to hold your forks and spoons. Display your drink ware on colorful plates with varying shades of blue and gray and a pop of color.
To get a true '70s glam look, fill the table with bright colors and bold patterns and prints. Styled Creative paired an eye-catching pink and purple serving tray with fresh flowers for a standout feminine look. Incorporate gold accents for an extra touch of glam.