Doug Davis of Tracery Interiors has been busy lately, and he’s got some advice in case you are looking to add some holiday touches to your home this year.
According to Doug: I’m all for natural holiday décor. I just finished decorating my own home for the holidays and I used lots of boxwood, ivy and rosemary mixed with moss. These natural textures set off more festive touches like mercury glass and crystal beautifully and keep things from getting too themed or over the top.
This approach to holiday style would work well at Silverock Cove. Consider cutting bare branches from the woods and hanging ornaments directly from them in lieu of a tree. The naturally occurring combination of red dogwood twigs and evergreen magnolia makes a perfect holiday centerpiece. A bowl of pinecones and moss is a fresh and natural way to dress up a coffee table for the holiday season. To round out the look, wrap gifts in brown paper or tie with jute twin for a natural and rustic feel.
If you are ever looking for design inspiration, Tracery has a great blog you should read. They have been a major part of Silverock’s aesthetic.
And you should definitely check out Doug’s Pinterest site–it is a great site to browse some of Tracery’s work as well as other great finds and get inspired for some of your upcoming projects.
Have fun decorating for the holidays!