Is it feeling like Christmas yet to anyone? It seems like Thanksgiving is the marker for making the turn towards Christmas and everyone hauls out the holiday cheer and starts decorating.
I’m continuing my mini-series on Winter Decorating and sharing the small, very small changes I made to our dining room centerpiece. This is so minimal I’m not sure if it should even be shown but here it is.
All I did was add gold candlesticks and taper candles to the current centerpiece, an enamelware wash basin filled with faux greenery. I did need to elevate the candlesticks so upside-down mason jars did the trick.
This took 30 seconds to create but it did change the look and feel just enough that I could count it as my winter decor. Candles always make a space feel cozy and warm so it’s a fitting change for winter. If you notice on the corner shelf I took most of the items off to get a more minimal look and added deer antlers for my winter look.
I’ve been thinking of getting a corner cabinet of some sort to put in place of the shelves. I did look around at thrift stores but nothing has been in my price range yet. What are your thoughts on a corner hutch? I’d hate to get it home and not like the look in the space. My biggest concern is it will feel too heavy for the area and make it look and feel cluttered. Give me your opinion would you please?