This is basically what my backdoor looks like right now, basically :) I've been on the search for a fantastic boot tray to help contain all our snowy boots. I've also been forced to recognize the need for a new door mat. The ones I've purchased are below, and their being shipped to me as I type and the kids nap. This is a good thing as I hear we're in for more wet weather!
I've also got my eye on one of these, it's called a Mitten Tree. I could see this baby being put to very good use.
Here in Boston we've already had our first snowfall of the year, and it was beautiful. Luckily that first snowfall, in October, was followed by many 60 degree days or I wouldn't remember that October freak-snow so fondly. For those of you who live in places where you will get no snow, say Santa Monica for instance, I thought I would throw together a post on some easy ways to bring snow into your decor. My home will get plenty of the real deal snowflakes, but I can't help but love snowflake decor for for a few reasons. I love that snow is pure, I love that they are a bright white highlight. I love the geometry of every snowflake, and I love that they are timeless. In the sampling below we have everything from ornaments, tree toppers, tablecloth, snowglobes, a wreath, and nightlight.