The holidays are over, yet spring is still a couple months away. Deciding how to decorate in the middle of winter can be hard.
When I decorated my baker’s rack for winter, I kept it simple with black and white…
Since we walk past my baker’s rack all day, I like to keep it updated for the season.
Black and white works well during the transition from winter until spring.
Adding a little bit of green helps us look forward to warmer weather!
This is a preserved boxwood from Homegoods. It’s cute and impossible for me to kill!
Adding black accessories like these lanterns complement the metal on the baker’s rack.
Textures make it more interesting…
Between the rattan chargers and the pine cones, the textures makes up for lack of color.
These black and white plates add some pattern to the mix.
I always look for a reason to display my Royal Doulton toile plates. I never collected a full set since they were discontinued. I still keep my eyes open for them online though…you never know!
Live greenery adds some freshness.
Of course, it helps if you can keep it alive! Luckily, this one has been really easy!
Although I have thought about painting this baker’s rack, I do like the way the wood and metal look together too.
This is how the shelves will look for the rest of the winter.
I think we are expecting snow again tomorrow. Looks like it’s going to be a long winter. I better refill that wine rack!
If you don’t have a baker’s rack but are looking for more winter decorating ideas, visit the following posts for more inspiration:
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