Red glasses, chargers, and gift boxes
brighten up Sarah and Kyle Caron's white
wedding china. Using a single color as
the crux of any holiday decor makes it
easy to stick with a style. Sarah passes up
decorations in greens, blues, and even
deep reds in order to stay true to her
palette of brilliant reds and metallics.
“I like Christmas
to last as long as
Sarah Caron, “so I
usually start slowly
decorating when I
During Christmas, greens are a fresh contrast o the whites and neutrals in her San Diego home. Sarah’s usually understated interior design palette gets punched up with bold cherry red and metallic silver and gold hues.
“I love all things metallic,” she says, “especially when it
comes to holiday decor.”
Sarah incorporates metallics throughout the house
by using glittery, shiny ornaments in unexpected places,
such as in glass hurricane lanterns, and on the Christmas
tree. “I love using glitter-covered leaves, feathers, and
berry sprays and adding some sparkle with mini disco
balls,” she says.
From glassware to miniature woodland trees, the
additions in Sarah’s home are visually powerful and
memorable—just like the smells of the holiday. “There’s
nothing quite like the nostalgic smell of fresh pine,” says
Sarah, who prefers real greens.
12 BHG | Celebrate!
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