Thursday, February 28, 2013

Winter Wonderland Christmas Decor Ideas

When it comes to decorating for Christmas I like to accent my blue living room with a winter wonderland theme.  

Blue is a cool color and thus it is the perfect color to represent the cold days of winter.  The white color that I use represents the ice and the snow.   Along with these colors I like to add clear glass or crystal prisms and ornaments to reflect the light in my living room.

The blue and white wonderland theme is a nice background for the balsam tree and is stunning for a white seasonal decorations.  Here are a few winter wonderland Décor Designs  that I created from my photographs.  You will also view decor items from other artists at zazzle that I recommend.

For your Christmas Kitchen

Decorate your kitchen with this pastel blue winter kitchen towel.  This towel is so eye appealing that you will not want to hide in a drawer.  Drape the towel on your oven door, or fold a few towels and feature in a holiday basket.  You can also use this towel as large napkins for children.
Celebrating the winter season means preparing many hearty meals for your family and guest.  Protect your clothing from staining foods with a medium length winter wonderland apron.  This apron is styled right as it has three spacious pockets that will hold your cooking utensils and your recipe cards.  The apron is made from cotton –polyester blend.  You can throw it in the wash and it will look good as new. 
Winter Wonderland Christmas Apron
Winter Wonderland Apron by Susang6
Decorate your kitchen and set the table  with beautiful winter blue dinner plates and coordinating  accessories.     

When it comes to decorating  your living room  for winter wonderland theme the blue and white theme is lovely.  This winter snow covered tree throw pillow, wall clock canvas print or poster will compliment your living areas beautifully.


Winter Wonderland Wall Clock
Winter Wonderland Wall Clock by Susang6

Get inspired to decorate your table with a wonderful winter white table setting  by viewing this You Tube video.

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