Winter Decor

Are you looking for winter decoration ideas that can stay up after the holidays? Learn about the trends this season and tips as to how you can use them in your home.

Make it Snow

Create a snowy display in your home on end tables, mantles and shelves. Add a mirror, white flowers and white vases to capture the fresh feeling of the first snow. Feel free to spruce up the area with snowy photos, your favorite winter quotes, and black and white pictures. Finish off the look by adding a small hourglass to signify that spring will soon be upon us.

It’s Sweater Weather

Repurpose those old sweaters that you thought you would never wear again by transforming them into vase covers. Simply cut the fabric and slip it over your vase to add a cozy feel to your home. Fill the vases with either your favorite flowers or some soft brown grass to give the warm feel that your home needs this season. Add a printout of “brrrr” and some beaded icicle garland to make your fireplace a welcoming place for yourself and your family to sit by this winter.

Go Green

Line your mantle with evergreen branches and garland to give your home a fresh, green feel this winter. Add string lights within the garland for some holiday spirit and use glitter-tipped pinecones throughout to add a little bit of sparkle to your room.

Get Playful

Add a chalkboard to your room with your favorite things about winter written on it. Hot cocoa, snow men, snowflakes, and more! Then, decorate around the chalkboard with fun winter items such as ice skates, stuffed snow men or a long piece of wool fabric bunched to look like a warm blanket. Get creative!

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Everyone loves the classic holiday decorations like stockings and trees. Use these decorations with our suggestions above to incorporate the holiday spirit into your home this winter.




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