As we find ourselves smack dab in the middle of the holiday season, many of us are taking a brief post-Thanksgiving respite before diving headfirst into preparations for Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa and Three Kings Day. For the legions of happy hosts prepping their homes for a mob of holiday guests, a quick reassessment of their interior may reveal a need for some serious upgrades to the holiday decor. Here are our favorite trends for this year’s holiday season.
2017’s obsession with natural elements has an artistic place in your home’s seasonal look. Consider a half wreath, assembled from a small collection of spruce or fir sprigs for a minimalist take on the holiday tradition, or hang your stockings from a thick branch of cedar. The effect is a trendy nod to everything we love about the Pacific Northwest.
Garlands are a holiday go-to, but this year, forgo the usual popcorn and tinsel for something a tad more sophisticated. Garlands of white, red or silver wooden beads are a restrained and chic way to integrate some holiday color and cheer into your decor.
The Smell of Pine
A single sprig of pine as a flourish on place cards, gifts or holiday greeting cards is a delicate and elegant way to add the fragrance of a Pacific Northwest winter to even your tiniest details.
For more interior design inspiration, visit Bolliger Window Fashions’ online showroom.