Decorating and Design | Winter

Baker’s Rack – Simple After Christmas Decor

Now that Christmas is over and I finally packed away all the holiday decor, it was time to do something with the baker’s rack…again.

It’s that in between time of the year when I struggle with wanting things to be cleared out and fresh yet not too stripped down and boring.

So I went simple for now.

Whites always seem to work.

Notice those little trees are still alive from Christmas?

That’s a miracle around here!

I love the look of cookbooks in a basket.  I was thrilled when we received a gift basket over Christmas but not for the cheeses and other treats in there…but because I knew the basket would be the perfect size for cookbooks!

And these are the cookbooks I use the most so it only makes sense for them to be out.

So this is how my baker’s rack will look for a while.

On to the next project…

Do you struggle with accessories during this after Christmas period?

 

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11 Comments

  1. Keep those plants alive, they look so adorable in those little pots! I love your fresh & simple look for the new year 🙂

  2. Simple and pretty – I love the white accessories and the display of cookbooks in the basket! Have a wonderful weekend:)

  3. I've always loved your bakers rack and the little potted plants are so cute. Thanks for linking to the Open House party.xx, Sherry

  4. The simple white pots and pitchers are perfect after the excess of Christmas! Great baker's rack!Karee

  5. Love your baker's rack, and your basket of cookbooks is great! To answer your question, yes, it takes me forever to figure out what I want to do this time of year.Hope your pup gets better soon!Carol

  6. I love your baker's rack and your new display is so perfect. The white with the greenery looks so fresh. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

  7. Ashley, the bakers rack is from a small store in Chester NJ (about 10 years ago). I haven't seen the rack around since but JC Penney and Ethan Allen sell ones that are similar. Hope that helps!

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