The woodsy wooden ornaments in the 2021 Winter Box give your holiday décor a rustic touch. The carved and charmingly painted set of woodland creatures features a fox, a squirrel, and a polar bear. Decorating with the whimsical woodland animals is such a fun departure from typical Christmas décor. Here are a few ways to style the woodland animals in your home!
The great thing about these little wooden animals is that they can be incorporated into just about any winter or Christmas décor. As you can see in the above photo, I created a little wooded area on a wall shelf. Not only did I use the woodland animals, but I also used the Evergreen wall art behind them. The evergreen wall art adds dimension to the animals and makes them appear as though they are actually in the woods.
One of the best things about spending more time indoors during the winter season is turning on the fireplace and creating a cozy ambiance. The woodland animals are a great addition to your fireplace this year. Transform your mantle into a Christmas focal point with these animals. You can set them on top of greenery, placed alongside candlesticks or candle holders. You can also simply place them in between Christmas stockings. You can include your children in on the décor fun by allowing them to choose their favorite animal and place that animal near their stockings.
If you are looking for a place to display the animals, I suggest placing them on top of the decorative winter tray. I chose to place the tray with the animals on an end table.
With the holiday season comes family time and celebrations which usually involves sharing meals. You can never have too many table setting décor options. I found that the woodland animals combined with the winter wreath make a beautiful Christmas dining table centerpiece. I simply added a few berries to the wreath to give it some color.
The décor possibilities are endless with the woodland animals. Add them to your winter/Christmas décor and wait for the compliments to roll in from your guests. I look forward to seeing how you decorate your home with the woodland animals.
xoxo, Doris (Doris Roberts Interiors)