I feel like I’m finally getting back into the swing of things after the holidays. It only took me until January 31. Ha. Like most people, I keep the decor simple after the Christmas decorations are packed away.
While the temps haven’t been very winter-like in Atlanta (minus the snow that never was weekend), I still wanted to keep things warm and cozy. There’s a slight winter wonderland dining room theme going on, with the snowy branches and elements of white, pink and gold.
This is our everyday table without any place settings. I used one of my plaid blanket scarves as a table runner at a diagonal.
Since it’s not cold enough to wear most of my scarves, I might as well use it for something else. In the dough bowl, I layered two snowy branches form Hobby Lobby.
I love the berries on the branches, which ties to the black and white in the tablecloth. The mercury glass ornaments are from Lowes in pretty shades of pink and gold.
On the buffet, I added a snowy white flocked wreath, with pine cones in place of the boxwood wreath that hung during Christmas. I’m planning to hang it next year in our master bedroom for the holidays, but for now, it’s a nice winter touch in the dining room.
Below the wreath, I added some touches of milk glass, with the candle sticks and a central bowl with pine cones and eucalyptus.
It’s pretty simple, but I like the touch of sparkle from the wreath and ornaments. Hopefully it doesn’t look too much like Christmas is still hanging around… but even if it is, I figure that’s not such a bad thing.
Do you add winter decor to your dining room?
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