Hello friends! How are you this morning? Have you tackled the Christmas tear-down yet? It's quite a job! After I finally packed away the last of our Christmas ornaments, I knew I needed to do a little sprucing up in the living room.
It's always a little hard for me to decorate in the dead of winter. It's too early for spring decor and Christmas doesn't fit, but it's so blah outside that I want our home to feel welcoming and cozy.
This year I simply changed things up with different accessories. One of the great things about selling vintage decor is you have an ever-changing stock of accessories at your disposal. I try to use mostly what's mine so I don't get too attached to the things I have to sell, but shop products do make their way in here and there.
I think lots of pillows really warm up a space. I'm especially loving the two new burlap wreath pillows I got for Christmas!
The lovely fireplace shelves are still a bear to decorate. This time I used half of the Christmas layout with a few freshened accessories. I'm liking the tarnished silver and plates to add some depth.
Mmmm a basket full of cozy blankets and pillows is just what's needed in the middle of January!
This is the counterpart to the portrait book cover I told you about yesterday. Isn't it so pretty?
How have you refreshed your house after Christmas? Any good winter decorating tips? You know I'd love to hear!
I'm linking to Good Life Wednesdays at A Beach Cottage, Farmhouse Fridays at Laurie Anna's, and Refresh Your Room Party at Jennifer Rizzo's.