Get those pinecones ready to add natural seasonal style to your home. These pinecone decorations work with winter aesthetics for centerpieces, door decorations, on mantels and more.
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Display these beauties in their natural environment with an outdoor pinecone wreath, or use it indoors if you like. You can DIY your own with a circular base and a glue gun. You can tuck in ornaments, pecans, walnuts, berries or evergreen sprigs and add ribbon.
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Classic Garland Twist
One of the most alluring things about pine cones to me is the unexpected twist they put on classic holiday decorations. They can be used in place of typical greenery, everybody has that! When crafted in a traditional way they can make a space feel warm and cozy. Ribbon on the ends is a nice touch, like the velvet used above.
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Winter-y Pinecone Garland
SHOP: FROSTED SAGE PINE CONE GARLAND, KALALOU
String together pine cones and frost with paint to mute the natural dark brown color for a whimsical, modern look that can be hung outside or inside by your fireplace mantel. You can add cranberries, ribbon, eucalyptus leaves or foraged or artificial greenery to give your the look personality that will last throughout the holiday season into the wintery months.
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Winter Table Decor
Think outside the outdoors when it comes to decorating with Pinecones. They are for the indoors, too! You can use pinecones to spread seasonal spirit to every room in your house especially the kitchen and the tabletop. Use pine cones and evergreen clippings on plates, on top of cakes like my Grandmother used to do (above) and as place card holders. Your next dinner will be a festive one for sure!
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By the Load
SHOP: SUGAR PINE CONES, PARK HILL COLLECTION
A wheel barrow gives a home a cozy cabin appeal. Add a natural element to holiday and winter arrangements and vignettes with this sugar pine cones. Instead of filling the basket completely with pinecones, place an unseen filler in the basket, like a block of floral foam or packing peanuts or a smaller overturned container. Cover your filler with pinecones, greenery, and other natural finds. Forage for your own pine cones or you can buy them already cleaned and pretty, here.