Keeping Your Home Post-Holiday Winter Festive


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Dear Moss Building & Design,

I always miss my holiday decor once January arrives. I could continue with it longer throughout the winter! Do you have any decorating tips to make my house seem holiday-ish post-holidays?

— Dulles Mom


Dear Dulles Mom,

We hear you! There’s nothing quite like sitting by twinkling lights next to a roaring fire.

After the holidays, taking down decorations is difficult. However, here are some fun ways to decorate to make your home “wintry” and festive:

• Keep your greenery! Decorate your mantle with it and include silver or gold touches, along with a string of white lights.
• Use white in your decor. Including, for example, candles, pillows, and more lights. White plus green = winter decoration perfection!
• Utilize rustic parts of nature to make your indoors cozier. Including, for example, pinecones in glass bowls, chestnuts on end tables, and branches and twigs as part of your mantle or dining table decor.
• Replace holiday wreaths with those decorated in all the elements listed above, but also include faux berries to add a pop of color.

Enjoy the winter season for all it offers!

Happy January!

Moss Building & Design


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