Summer seasonal décor is a bit trickier, as there aren`t very many major holidays over the course of the warmest months. You have things like the Fourth of July, but those colors are patriotic, and don`t necessarily have anything to do with the environment. For summer, use earth tones, and soft adobe colors. Hues which evoke a sense of warmth, and sun baked comfort are especially popular at this time of the year. Red, yellow, and orange tones are also popular. However you should be careful with more extreme colors, as you can end up making a space feel warmer than it needs to, in an already hot time of the year. If however you are beating back winter with a summer seasonal style, then you can pretty much go as hot as you want.
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.
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