Winter is a tricky decorating season. Once the holidays are over, a lot of people declutter their homes and wait for spring to arrive before redecorating again. But it doesn’t have to be this way! January and February don’t have to be that awkward months where your home looks bare. Using some of what you already had out for the holidays while editing to keep that clean, post-holiday vibe can result in really pretty decor.
With this in mind, today I’m sharing simple winter table decor in my dining room. This is perfect for an Apres-Ski themed dinner party or just for your regular Winter Tablescape. I’m joined by a few other bloggers who will be sharing their posts for the rest of the week. Be sure to check back each day to see what they’ve shared!
I’m really feeling an extra bright and airy look since I put away all my Christmas decor and I know a lot of you are, too. In fact, I’ve been digging it so much that I even repainted my dining room from Sherwin Williams Mindful Gray to my favorite very light gray, Benjamin Moore Paper White. `It has made such a huge difference in the vibe that I want for this space.
For my winter table decor, I really did keep it very simple. I took my holiday greenery from the entryway and used that as my centerpiece on the table, with some white candles and some brass candlesticks that I found on clearance at H&M.
The pinecones from my Christmas Tablescape are still here but I added in some white placemats and some pretty blue napkins.
It’s such a simple, cool almost monochromatic look but the greenery stops it from feeling too cold and flat. To me, this room evokes brisk walk on a snowy winter day. And that’s a good thing!
I’m excited to keep this setup here for the remainder of the season and I hope it inspires you as you figure out your decor post-holidays!
Now it’s time to go see what the others are up to! There are posts going live through Thursday, so make sure you circle back throughout the week.