Thanks to the temperate California winter weather, the back porch of this home can be enjoyed at Christmas time. Garland dressed with pomegranates and pinecones as well as plaid accessories help dress the table and sideboard for the occasion.
Plaid throws add both a seasonal decorative touch and a sense of coziness to each seat at this inviting dining room table. Greenery trimmed with pinecones and pomegranates add additional classic touches that match the traditional look of the home.
Icy cold gelato infused with unique ingredients such as vegetables or sophisticated fruit combo are the hit of the season! Wow guests with a trio of unique flavors like raspberry pomegranate, pistachio cream and mango.
Be on the lookout for vintage wooden crates with original paint or unique typography when flea market season is in full swing. Fill crates with shredded paper and seasonal fruit, such as citrus and pomegranate. The crate can become functional storage afterward.
The furnishings in this room all serve a multipurpose. The chenille sectional can be pulled out to make a queen sleeper bed. The checkerboard ottomans double as tables and extra seating as well as punctuate the room's rich color palette of mocha, pomegranate, cream and tan. The classic wood window blinds allow for privacy or dramatic lighting.
Pinecones and dried pomegranates can help decor last well beyond the holidays. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs used glass cylinders to hold small succulents, by using a filler and then inserting a smaller pot with the succulent so it would peek over the top. She covered the cylinders with pieces of sweaters.
With their thick, fleshy leaves, succulents give a more modern edge to decorating for winter. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs upcycled old cable-knit sweaters to make cute, versatile container covers that balance that modern feel with a cozy warmth needed to get through a long winter indoors. This foursome could be a coffee table vignette, or you could make more to run down a dining table, interspersed with pinecones and dried pomegranates.
With her son favoring blue ornaments, Aniko Levai of Place of My Taste challenged herself to come up with a creative new palette for her holiday decor. The stunning result incorporates faux flowers with fresh greenery in a Goodwill-found vase, pomegranates and those striking blue ornaments. Runners of thick, black wrapping paper stood in for a more traditional table covering for a modern result.