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Home Design for the Winter

by Barry Estates
December 27, 2015
Category:   News

Looking to for new ways spruce up your home for the winter this year? Here are a few ways to help you draw inspiration so you may achieve that vintage cozy feeling this winter season. (Photos provided by HGTV – Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn)

Chimney Planter

Chimney Planter

Cozy Up

Cozy Up

Jingle Bell Rock

Jingle Bell Rock

Layered Greens

Layered Greens

Outdoor Holiday

Outdoor Holiday

Rustic Accents

Rustic Accents

Wooden Accents

Wooden Accents

Winter Soiree

Winter Soiree

Unconventional Centerpiece

Unconventional Centerpiece

Unique Combos

Unique Combos

Simplicity

Simplicity

Seasonal Style

Seasonal Style

 

If you’re looking to purchase a luxury home this upcoming season, contact our Rancho Santa Fe Real Estate team of Catherine and Jason Barry at (858) 756-4024.

 

 

Article by: Barry Estates

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