One of the most wintery spaces I've seen in recent years was a story featured in Elle Decor's 2007 December issue showcasing interior photographer William Waldron's wintery farmhouse in the Hudson Valley.
Highlights include painted white floors, unframed impressionistic oil paintings casually leaning against walls, roaring fires, zebra skin rugs, tasteful taxidermy, and an overall "less is more" aesthetic. Every item seems so intentionally placed.
And the space screams winter, doesn't it? So if you're looking to make your space appropriate for the season, take the following cues from Waldron: light your fire, stick with white upholstery, and set up a teepee outside.
More details on the rooms shown above, from the LookBook at Elle Decor:
1. Living Room
2. Dining Room
3. Living Room
• Elle Decor: 2007 December
• More images at So Haute
Images: William Waldron/Elle Decor .