A cool color mixture of white, silver and ice blue gives the look and feel of a frosty winter wonderland. Antique silver or mercury accent pieces and clear glass create reflective surfaces, while the white and ice-blue pieces add solid shapes. Add plenty of white candles in glass bowls and hurricane lamps to bring warmth to your otherwise wintry room.
An old-fashioned, down-home holiday means bringing out the homemade decorations, trimming the tree with strings of cranberries and popcorn, and hanging hand-decorated muslin stockings on the mantel. A rustic decor consists of natural colors such as berry red, forest green, red or green plaids and creams. Add charm with hand-stitched star, bell and heart tree ornaments made of burlap and plaid.
Pink is the new red this holiday season, and you'll see it in table settings, ornaments and even trees. Mixing cotton-candy pink, purple, gold and silver brings a sense of wintry magic in a whimsical way. Go all the way with the sugary pink tree; if you're not that bold, use a white tree and decorate it in pink and purple. However you use these colors, you will be enchanted by their fairy tale-like magic.
Take a twist on traditional blue: Decorate with a rich turquoise, blue and aqua. Blend in silver and pearl to offset the varied blue tones.
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