Create Your Coziest Holiday Ever

Make this season the coziest you’ve ever had. From bold palettes to festive decor, it’s time to create a holiday haven you can enjoy all winter long.

bright white entryway with dark doors and lit-up holiday greenery
Photo Courtesy of Pottery Barn. Featured Colors: Urbane Bronze SW 7048 (Doors), Extra White SW 7006 (Exterior) 

No Place Like Home

‘Tis the season for an entryway twinkling in greenery. A bold neutral like Urbane Bronze looks good all year round, but during the holidays, this dark hue creates the perfect backdrop for pops of color. Frame your doors with lush wreaths and garlands of pine to add a cozy aesthetic that highlights your entryway and begs you to come inside.

bright white dining room
Photo Courtesy of Pottery Barn. Featured Color: Pure White SW 7005 

Settling In

Even if getting together looks a little different this year, it’s all the more reason to create a space that’s calm and bright. A crisp shade like Pure White gives living and dining rooms a clean look for showing off holiday hues and textures. Use darker colored furniture and area rugs to balance the brightness of white to create a traditional, lived-in look.

cozy bedroom with a dark accent wall light-up star and holiday throws
Photo Courtesy of Pottery Barn. Featured Color: Caviar SW 6990

Cozy Winter’s Nap

Snuggle up! If there’s one place where comfort is key, make it the space where you start and end your day. Even if it’s just an accent wall, a color like Caviar instantly makes a room feel cozier thanks to its enveloping hue. Continue that comfort throughout the room by adding holiday throws or duvet covers that give your everyday style a seasonal boost. Finish the look with the dreamy glow from this light-up star that makes every night feel like a starry one.

Looking for other ways to bring some holiday inspiration to your space? Check out our Dining Room Colors Inspired by Holiday Treats for a palette of mouthwatering hues.

3 Comments

  1. I will send you photos of my master bedroom plus other areas that are of the same color including the exterior of my house. When my kitchen is complete, the walls and cabinets are same color including all base board and door jamb including all interior doors.

    Joe Sandley
  2. How do I use a photo of my house to decide what colors to paint

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