Interiors - Mountain Living

Winter Decorating

Winter Decorating

The transition after Christmas was much easier this year since we didn’t really have any decorations up in our rental cabin.  All I had to do was swap out some table linens and plates, and just like, that Christmas was over.  It was a little sad, but not as hard as it normally is.  For Winter decorations, I decided to keep the green pine boughs on the table that I used for the holidays.  They’re starting to get a little dry, but I love the color, scent, and texture of them.

I added the embroidered antler napkins to replace Christmas and think they add the perfect touch to our mountain cabin.  The table and the corner with the bench are the only “pretty” spots where I can decorate.  The rest of the cabin is purely functional because of its small size and limited storage.  This little corner isn’t much, but it makes me happy that I at least have a place to change seasonal decor.

January and February can be especially hard, and I know that’s when a lot of people choose to re-deocrate their homes.  There’s always an emptiness after Christmas decorations come down.  How about your home?  How long do you keep Christmas decorations up?  Is your transition hard?

Winter Decorating

Winter Decorating

Winter Decorating

Winter Decorating

Winter Decorating

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