A graphic designer by trade, RMSer Elizabeth Trunkey takes a decidedly artistic approach to decorating her home. She created this stag-and-bare-branch design on her computer, printed it onto low-tack vinyl and attached it to her fireplace surround for a hip look that's in style all winter long.
Snow-white Ranunculus combine with pine greenery to create a beautiful and fragrant winter arrangement. Design by Rate My Space user LaDolfina.
Let It Snow!
HGTV fan ninnarae is ready for winter fun with two pairs of vintage ice skates and an old sled standing ready by the front door.
Cool Blue Formality
Rate My Space User roberte uses cool colors to create a formal master bedroom sitting area. Located in a 200-year-old Charleston landmark, the room's antiques and restrained style complement the home's original Georgian details.
Strands of mirror tiles and oversize icicles hung from a modern exposed-bulb fixture give a frosty touch to this dining room. Design by Rate My Space user nyclq.
A cool color scheme, sparkling pillow and a plush, snowy-look duvet give this room a frosty feel. Design by Rate My Space user free13.
Inexpensive Winter Update
Rate My Space user nyclq knows how to design on a dime. To give this bedroom a winter look, she added inexpensive (just $1 each!) snowflake decals to oval mirrors flanking the bed. Framed black-and-white photos of snowy landscapes complete the look.
Snowy Laundry Room
Snowflakes in the laundry room? You bet! Rate My Space user LaDolfina created a subtle snowstorm by placing several large glittering snowflakes around the space. In her words, "The falling snowflakes make doing the laundry a bit more pleasant."
Minimal, Modern Look
Sheer draperies topped with strands of mirror tiles provide a lovely backdrop for this modern winter vignette. RMSer nyclq placed a single glittered branch in a tall clear vase to create visual impact while complementing the room's minimal look.
Crafty HGTV fan santadreimane gave her chandelier a winter makeover by draping the arms with silk leaves, gold berry sprays and strands of beads. She reports that the whole project cost just $40 with the beads and pearls accounting for half of the budget.