Winter Design Trends

Decorate Your Mantel for Winter

Decorating fireplace mantels is a favorite holiday tradition, but the end of the season doesn't mean festive decor has to go. Create displays that last through the cold months by focusing on classic winter colors, flowers and motifs.

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Courtesy of Pottery Barn

Sleek, Shiny and Silver

Silver often plays second fiddle to its more audacious golden cousin when it's time to break out the holiday decor, but don't overlook this shining shade. In this display from Pottery Barn, just a few candles are enough to create a gauzy glow, thanks to silver's reflective sheen. It's all about brightness here: Crystal spheres, shimmering snowflakes and delicate white flowers shooting from etched-silver pots add up to create a warm and wintry fireplace focal point.

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