Winter Tiered Tray & Entryway Table

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Winter Woods Theme

Most of my Christmas decor is down, but I decided to stick with a bit of winter woods vibe for now, since Iowa is currently blanketed under several inches of snow. Getting all the spring and Valentines things out just yet doesn’t seem fitting.

Here’s a picture of the “view” out my windows during the most recent snow storm. White out.

Isn’t this White Christmas Amaryllis from my mother-in-law beautiful? I looks so cute in this old tin pot of my mom’s.

I’m not a fan of snow, cold, or winter in general, but I will admit, it does look pretty.

Winter Woods Tiered Tray

My entryway table was a wedding gift from my parents, and is one of my favorite places to decorate for the seasons and holidays.

Here’s how I had my Tiered Tray styled for Christmas…

To create my wintery tray, I removed the pops of red, but left many of the same elements on the tray, such as the greenery, pine cones, and little houses.

I enjoy the red accents during the holidays, but once Christmas is over, I’m ready to go back to my more muted and neutral color scheme.

Tiered Tray HERE | Willow Tree Angels HERE

The wooden snowflakes are Christmas ornaments that I just took right off my tree and moved to the tiered tray.

Similar Mini Oil Lamps HERE

The small oil lamp is a lucky antique shop find. It is a working oil lamp in tiny size! I think it works well here for my wintery tray.

I added my DIY Scrap Moulding Trees on the entryway table next to my tiered tray to continue the winter woods theme. I like being able to keep these special trees that are made from scrap wood from my parents’ house displayed a bit longer.

Entryway

For Christmas, I had some seasonal greenery, and lighting in this antique stone crock that was my mom’s.

I removed the red berries, rustic jingle bells, bow, and lights.

I added in more pine cones, some white berries, and my sweet little owl pick.

Now the entryway and table have some winter woods appeal that will last a least a couple of more weeks until I’m ready to break out some Valentine things. 💕

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14 thoughts on “Winter Tiered Tray & Entryway Table

  1. I always LOVE your Tiered Tray inspiration. Christmas Tree ornaments are the perfect size – BRILLIANT!
    Thanks for joining the Creative Crafts Linky Party
    Creatively, Beth

  2. Oh, the snow! We don’t get much snow here in Tennessee, and my daughter is desperate to see some snow this year. Who knows whether that will happen or not… I love your winter entryway decor. That oil lamp is fantastic. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Your tried tray is so pretty. What a nice thing to put in an entry. I love all the different ways you set it up, especially with the red birds. The white Amaryllis is so amazing too.

  4. Niky, I love the transformation of your tiered tray from Christmas to winter. Our Christmas decorations are still up until the Epiphany but thanks for sharing your tips to winter decor transition. The snow is so pretty but looks very cold! Here in Phoenix I think it’s cold when it’s 60 degrees! Love the small oil lantern~I’ve never seen one like that. Thanks for sharing and happy hopping with you!

  5. I love your winter entry table decor. I feel like the house looks empty after the Christmas decorations are put away, so keeping out a few non-red items to decorate for winter is a great idea!
    Happy New Year,
    Kippi
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