Winter decorating is all about the holidays. Red, greens, and blues, even though they have little to do with the frozen tundra outside, are all important colors for this style. You can use a white, blue back drop, although you don`t want to create a space which is too washed out. One way to do a true winter themed décor is to use glass, crystal, and other translucent pieces. Translucency gives the boring plain white and blue colors, an added dimension, adding light and its spectrum to the beauty of the space.
The fall is by far the most colorful season of the year. Red, oranges, browns, greens, and burgundy colors all mingle together to create a cacophony of hues. While a relaxed, earth tone setting will be the predominant choice for fall festivities, you can also choose to go bright and wild, with deep reds, contrasting yellows, and other extreme colors. Thanksgiving is the major fall holiday, and you can of course take decorative cues from that.
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