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Transitioning from fall to winter home decor can be fun and exciting. Adding accents to your home that are seasonally thematic brings a fun and festive feel to your space. House of Turquoise and It's a House show us how to style your doorway for both fall and winter with simple and chic accents.
Remember in fall to stay with the warm, rust and amber colored accents and Thanksgiving-inspired decor; but for winter embrace whites, pine needles and holiday cheer.
The two images above from Dusty Lu Interiors and Lauren Conrad clearly demonstrate the transition from fall to winter decor. It is as easy as switching out your cuddly throw blanket for a chic winter white one. This easy seasonal switch-a-roo can be implemented anywhere around your home - from crisp white accent lamps to modern white mirrors, your home decor accents can also get a winter white makeover.
Holiday dinner parties are a big part of both fall and winter seasons. Dressing your table accordingly is key to throwing a beautiful soiree. For fall, use natural, earthy accents like mini pumpkins and dried flowers. For winter, try using a monochromatic palette of whites and ivories. Which of the tablescapes above from Quirky Sophisticate and Decoist do you like best?
The final step to transitioning from fall to winter with your home decor is incorporating seasonal accessories. Restored Style and Simply Domestic show us how small, seasonal accent vignettes can embody the feel of the season. These small details will make your house feel like a home for the holidays.
Image Credits: House of Turquoise, It's a House, Dusty Lu Interiors, Lauren Conrad, Quirky Sophisticate, Decoist, Restored Style, Simply Domestic
Allison Rosenberg has had the opportunity to call California, Michigan, Australia, and Argentina home at different periods in her life, with many other stops along her journey. She received degrees from the University of Michigan in film production and theory and from FIDM/LA in interior design. She works freelance in interior design in Los Angeles, and has recently taken to the road with her husband to discover and write about design around the world.
She loves to travel, uncover, and explore and has a soft spot for art deco antiques. While not at work, you will often find her in a movie theater, trying out a new recipe or between the pages of a design magazine.
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