In the dining room, designers created a space combining a neutral color palette with traditional furniture for a new take on a classic design. For pops of color, they used red and hues of blue, adding a traditional rug to complete the space. Large French doors let in plenty of natural light to keep the room bright, but neutral curtains were hung throughout to allow the homeowners to control the light and ambiance of the space.
Treat your outdoors like you would your indoors this holiday season with cozy details like furniture heaped with seasonal pillows, plenty of candles and plenty of color and greenery to make things merry and bright.
Candles, plants and groupings of favorite personal objects add character and style to a mantel. Mix in new store bought elements with existing objects to create a brand-new tableau without breaking the bank.
Instead of the time-consuming chore of stringing endless Christmas lights, save yourself some time and just line your porch stairs (or the porch itself) with luminaries (battery-powered candles are safest) and pretty glass or plexi vessels filled with ornaments. When Christmas is over, remove the ornaments but keep the winter-themed deer luminaries.
You don't need clutter to add warmth. This well-curated selection of objects offers just the right amount of texture and personality to this room. Baskets, including for plants, always add a sense of comfort; a selection of hardback books offers reading material for guests and candles and plants instantly create ambiance. Little things mean a lot in this nicely-balanced room.
Warm and inviting, this transitional living room features a burnt orange accent wall and a decorative fireplace with lit candles and red vases. A wall of built-in bookshelves displays minimal art and accessories, and a contemporary sofa without arms looks cozy when paired with a gray throw and small decorative pillows.
This creative concept used a variety of clear glass jars and vases to display colorful ornament balls, red berries and tea-light candles. Starfish and sand-filled jars keep the beach in mind during cold winter weather.