After the holiday season is a great time to spend decluttering and evaluating what you are keeping in your spaces. I love the fresh start after taking down all the holiday decor and take some time to consider what pieces I would like to decorate with for the remainder of winter. I love to pull in some fun new textures and use a soft palette that will transition well into spring. I have teamed up with Bed bath and Beyond to show you how their line of home decor can help your space feel both beautiful and organized. A few statement pieces mixing textures and a soft palette will make your space feel renewed for the new year. I started by adding a few cozy layers including and beautiful simple stone ware in a mix of muted colors and finishes. An oversized vase, such as the round Blooms vase on the media center creates a beautiful focal point without adding clutter. My favorite formula for a space is something vertical, something horizontal, and an object. These piece perfectly fill the space and allow each piece to be appreciated without over crowding.

    Items in this space:

    White round vase

    Long bowl

    Blush Planter

    Candle Sticks

    We pulled items from the same color palette into the desk nook to keep a cohesive design in the space. I added a couple of candles and a bowl to the top shelf along with a coordinating planter to pull the space together. If you haven’t done so already, I encourage you to sign up for Beyond+ at Bed bath and Beyond where you will receive freeshipping and 20% off your purchases all year long.

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