We all know that red and green are the colours of Christmas, but with this trying year, we are finding as many ways as possible to extend the holiday season. One of the best ways to do that is to stick to a more neutral colour scheme. We are loving anything white, silver, and sparkly to celebrate winter and brighten up our homes. Check out our favorite winter wonderland pieces to decorate everything from doorknobs, to holiday trees, to stairwells, and more.
1) Mitten with Fur Ornament
Just looking at this fur mitten ornament makes us feel cozy. The fluffy cuff adds great texture to the white and silver glossy mitten. We love this ornament for little ones who’ll cherish placing this mini mitten on your tree. Let it snow!
2) Glitter Bush Twig
This glitter bush twig screams winter glam. Arrange a few of these twigs in a glass or silver vase for a stunning centrepiece. These twigs are dripping in glitter that will transport you to the first snow of the season. These twigs are also great in an urn outside which will add some sparkle and shine to your front porch.
3) Noel Christmas Decoration
This sweet, white Noel sign will perfectly blend into any holiday aesthetic. Place on your mantle, dinner table, or above your fireplace for some winter cheer. It’s also a great layering piece. Set next to candles, ornaments, or winter lanterns for a beautiful wintry landscape.
4) Mosaic Christmas Ball with Snowflake
This mosaic Christmas ball is a true showstopper. The mirror-like abstract pieces give way to a beautiful snowflake. These would look great arranged in a wicker bowl, or stacked in a glass container. Whether your style is more natural or upscale, you can really play with these spheres to create a lifelike winter wonderland.
5) Hoops Garland with LED Lights
These hoop garland lights are such a fun twist on classic white Christmas lights. There are so many ways to style these lights from draping across a mantle, wrapping around your Christmas tree, or threading across a stair railing. The wispy hoops simulate organic snow fall in a subtle but festive way.