Hi there friends! I love this time of year!!! There is definitely something magical about the holidays, isn’t there?! Today I am back to share another installment of Seasons of Home, a blog series my friend Kristin began that showcases 16 incredible bloggers holiday homes. Each week is a different space and today we are sharing our dining rooms!!!
Unfortunately, I no longer have a dining room, which I don’t regret one bit. I do have an eat in kitchen area, which I will be sharing a little later on in the month. So….I decided to create a tablescape so to speak in my built-in shelving unit and share a little more about my color scheme for this year.
My color theme for this year came from THIS painting. I love the idea of using navy & black and adding some unexpected hues like pink, blush and greens. By blending these rich tones together with neutrals, cozy textures and warm woods, it makes for a playful & casual look.
I found this carafe below and it became my jumping off point for creating a hot cocoa station in my built-in bookcase. During the holidays this area doubles as a bar and dessert station so I thought it would be a fun addition to the space.
A cool project I did for this area was these DIY Marbelized Mugs. I am actually addicted to this process. I have been dipping just about everything, lol. I will share this easy DIY in the next post.
I found some incredible watercolors on Etsy & had them printed. I love adding abstracts during the holiday season, it adds another layer of beauty that is unexpected and balances all of the Christmas theme accessories.
I used an old favorite, the pom-pom wreath I made many years ago, I love the texture it gives!
What do you think of the mugs, cute right? That picture of John & Jack at the Montauk Lighthouse is a favorite.
Are you ready to be inspired? Get comfy….
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Have a happy day!