Are you curious to see how our blogger partners’ homes look like after the yuletide season? We revisit their blogs and discover how they shifted from vibrant holiday decorations to more serene and calmer tones of winter, or to an understated, everyday look for their nests.
Antique Chairs in the Living Room
Cindy of Edith and Evelyn resumes her decorating chores in the living room of their new home. A pair of gilded petite French chairs is the perfect complement to the color and gold gilding of her wall. A hand-painted bucolic countryside scene placed above an antique mirror completes the French farmhouse feel of the room.
All Things White and Winter
Tiffany of Making the World Cuter shows us how to properly store an artificial Christmas tree and which décor pieces to leave out to retain a wintry look. White and metallic ornaments stay a while longer, and a mixture of natural elements like pinecones and cozy blankets create texture to keep the home warm and fuzzy.
A New French Chandelier
Kim of Savvy Southern Style welcomes the new year with a major change in the dining room. A new antique French chandelier now hangs over the dining room table for a fresh ambience. It even matches the candlesticks on her table and the sconces on the dining room wall for a complete and more coherent look and feel.