White and green is a universal palette that can transition nicely into post-holiday decorating, especially if you remove stronger holiday hues such as red. Karin Jeffcoat of Cote Designs, a floral and event studio in Aiken, S.C., filled small urns with fresh flowers, including white hydrangeas and dainty Star of Bethlehem.
A trio of gold containers pop against the white walls of this room and add shine and flair to the design. The metallic finish is a nice contrast to the surrounding satin finishes. A white faux-wood mirror frame and two-toned curtains frame the shelf display with added texture and color.
Red, white and pink aren't just reserved for Valentine's Day dinners. To create this romantic centerpiece, arrange pink roses and white daisies, and surround them with homegrown creeping Jenny in a rustic urn. For a touch of intimacy and elegance, add silver candlesticks on either side of the arrangement. Design by Susan Herin of Between Naps on the Porch
Fresh white linens and a painted headboard create a dreamy look in this Mediterranean-inspired bedroom. A tasseled Roman shade and an urn table lamp are romantic accessories, while rough-hewn beams add rustic character to the feminine design.