Winter living room reveal

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Does anyone else struggle to make your house feel normal again after the Holidays? It’s like once the seasonal decorations are taken down your house looks bare. For me I’m always in this weird in-between because Spring isn’t here yet but Christmas is over so I’m always like ugh what do I do with this?! This year I decided to go with more blues and greens to keep that winter vibe but sprinkled in some gold (duh) and eclectic patterns & textures to make it more vibrant. I linked everything at the bottom. Enjoy!

I always try to display my coasters in a pretty case or in a cute way because I feel like they kind of just float off by themselves when they’re not contained.

My trick for displaying matches without the ugly match box is to cut off a small piece of the striker part of the box and use double sided tape. I put it underneath my candle lid or whatever I’m displaying nearby that’s easy to access.

This tic tac toe set was just too cute not to get with the acrylic case and the black & white .

All pillows are from Little Design Co.

Coffee table: West Elm | Gold tray with polka dots: Target (not sold online) | Pink agate coasters: Amazon | Gold pedestal for candle: HomeGoods | Black and white striped tray: Target (not sold online) | Tic Tac Toe set: HomeGoods (similar) | Driftwood tray: similar | The Golden Book of Fortune Telling | Styled | Henry Dunay: HomeGoods | Living with Pattern | Glamorous Rooms | Small glass tray with mirror: Hobby Lobby

Shelf above the couch – Ginger planter: vintage (similar) | Audrey the 50s | Once Upon a Time | Gold sculpture: HomeGoods | Ginger vase & fake greens (sold separately): Hobby Lobby (in store) | Frame: Kate Spade | Peacock vase: H&M

 

 

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