Now that the new year is here, we have a blank slate in which to create, decorate, plan so forth. I love January because it is a fresh new start. Not that I’m any good at New Year Resolutions especially those that involve dieting or exercise. But I am pretty good about getting organized and decluttered.
Now it’s time to switch out the holiday decor for something more warm and winter cozy. I usually decorate my booth with winter whites. For booth decorating, I will sprinkle in some pinks and reds for Valentine’s Day. I don’t go all out for this holiday, but I do like to create some cute Valentine’s Day vignettes. Usually, about mid-Feb I will start to bring in Spring items. But we will do a separate post for Valentine’s Day booths later in the week.
A lot of dealers jump straight to Spring decor after December. While this isn’t my preference this is absolutely ok for others. There are no hard and fast rules about this topic. You have to do what works best for you and your customers. We hope by sharing some photos we can help to inspire and motivate you to have the best looking winter booth.
This year we want to share more your booth photos with our readers. Everyone seems to love it when we share booth photos. We can all get inspired by one another. So we are going to kick the year off with January vintage booth decor in Winter Whites.
A friend dropped by today and she is learning to stage. She came up with this cute vignette while I was on the phone. I think she did great.
I’m loving these fairy twinkle lights. These can be used in both your home and booth. I have seen dealers use these behind a sheer white curtain for a dramatic effect. Just click on the link to learn more. *This is an affiliate link and I do earn a small commission.
BOOTH TIP: Most of you have already packed away your Christmas decor. Don’t be so quick to pack away those pine branches and pine cones. This is an easy way to transition into January. It’s simple and elegant.
I have created a cute Winter printable for you to frame. You are certainly more than welcome to print and sell these in your vintage booths as well. Sometimes people are looking for just the right piece of art for their homes and framed printables have always done well for me. So enjoy!