Whether you have a lot of space or a little, adding a bit of festivity inside your home will keep you in the holiday spirit all season long!
Keep it simple by adding a classic red poinsettia to your dining table and a beautiful Christmas tree to the living room. Just don't get too carried away finding the perfect place for your favorite ornaments.
Spice up your fireplace with grandiose garland. Here we used magnolia leaves, cedar, silver glass ornamental balls, and clear glass candlesticks to create a jaw dropping fireplace.
Ditch the vase for this bountiful garland centerpiece that will wow your dinner guests. This custom piece was made with cedar, oregonia, frasier fir, spay-painted pine cones, artificial white berries, and silver glass ornamental balls.
The smallest touches make the biggest impressions. Add magnolia leaf garland, boxwood swag and a red velvet bow to your stairwell for an incredible touch of winter.
Have cubbies or shelves you would like to decorate this season? Glass cylinders with gold and red ornamental balls surrounded by a base of evergreens creates a simple but elegant look to any home.
Before you go buying an inflatable snowman, check out these sophisticated exterior winter décor tips. Add a bit of sparkle to your door with this evergreen wreath with gold bows and ornamental balls.
We continued this look with a winter containter garden filled with spruce topsl, curly willow, boxwood and ilex berry (aka winterberry)
To match the wreath, we jazzed up the fence with swagged evergreen garland with lights and a gold bow on each post.
For a more classic look, try evergreen garland with swag and a bow. Swag includes red huck, eucalyptus pods, mangnolia leaves, and lotus pod.
Don't feel like climbing a ladder to hang lights this year? Don't worry, you can still have the coolest house on the block with this winter planter. To create this look we used silver dollar eucalyptus, cedar, pine, boxwood, Ilex berry (aka Winterberry), and red twig dogwood. We just love how this looks with fresh snow!
If you're looking for something truly unique, try using orbs in your holiday décor. The bottom orb has birch bark strips. The middle orb has Ilex berries (aka winterberry), and the top orb has been wrapped in red lights.
Aditionally, in the back left we used a dead Corylus avellana Contorta (common name Harry Lauder's walking stick). Instead of tossing it, we spray painted it red and "planted" it with pine evergreens around its base. Lastly, in the right container we placed boxwood shrub with pine around the base for rounded texture.
Don't be afraid to stray from the traditional holiday colors. Here we filled a container with magnolia leaves, cedar, frasier fir, peacock feathers, preserved blue eucalyptus, blue ornamental balls, artificial white berries, and spray painted white birch twigs to create a breathtaking winter icicle effect.