I don’t know about y’all, but I always get so sad when it’s time to take down the Christmas decorations. Since it’s my favorite holiday, I’m usually in denial when it’s time to say farewell to all the twinkling lights, Christmas trees, and yummy treats. And although Christmas may be over, you can easily incorporate some of the décor into your home to keep some of that Christmas spirit. Sometimes it can feel daunting to decorate after Christmas, as the house just feels empty. But that doesn’t have to be the case!
Today I am showing you an easy winter coffee table vignette where I used elements of my Christmas decorations. Using pieces you have that are winter white, metallic, and greenery can easily help you transition from Christmas to Winter.
I love these pieces I had leftover from a Christmas wreath I did. Putting them into a simple vase, adds height to your coffee table.
I always have books on my coffee table and love decorating with them! They help take up empty space on what can sometimes feel like such a large, vast area and add more depth.
Who says you can’t use deer to decorate in the Winter? These reindeer had been on my Christmas mantel in the living room, but have now found a new home on the coffee table.
I had to incorporate this picture of the two sleeping dogs in the background. They were not about to move for my photo shoot 🙂
I also used leftover Christmas tree trimmings I had that have held up well, as well as these awesome metallic pinecones.
I absolutely love that I have been able to incorporate Christmas décor into my Winter coffee table vignette. For one thing, I didn’t have to spend any money to change the space. And secondly, it still has a slight hint of that Christmas cheer I love so much.