I put together a roundup of stunning winter decorating ideas for after Christmas.
It’s hard to believe Christmas is over. I am in the process of transitioning out our Christmas decor to make way for our winter decor. Luckily, this transition is one of those times where I get to reuse a lot of my decor items. Instead of removing all our Christmas decor and starting from scratch, I’m simply removing the red decor and anything else that has some type of Christmas flare. I take what’s left and rearrange it or move it to a new room in my home.
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The winter decorating ideas that always draw me in are those that are mostly neutral. After going classic and red with my Christmas decor (E.g. my mantel, my hutch, my entryway) I am more than ready to take a step back from the loud colors and enjoy some calming tones around our house. I also love making our home super cozy for the colder months ahead.
I did some research to find some awesome winter decorating ideas to inspire me and hopefully, you! From gorgeous dining room tablescapes to impressive front porches – and everything in between – this list offers inspiration for winter decorating ideas in almost every area of your home.
HERE’S A ROUNDUP OF GORGEOUS WINTER DECORATING IDEAS:
Chloe at Boxwood Avenue keeps a neutral pallet on her dining room table that looks so inviting. I love the simplicity of this tablescape. It is perfect for the holidays and throughout the whole winter season.
Source: Boxwood Avenue
Bre from Rooms FOR Rent perfectly titles her tablescape ‘Frosted Winter Tablescape.’ She uses an arrangement from her florist friend – and my oh my, is it lovely. I also adore the use of the chalkboard and wreath in her dining room.
Source: Rooms FOR Rent
Liz Marie from Liz Marie Blog creates a gorgeous and cozy winter dining room through the combination of several rustic elements. Her use of winter greens top off the room for a perfectly serene display.
Source: Liz Marie Blog
Kristi from Making it in the Mountains brings a faux fur pillow and pom pom blanket in her dining room to create a place to snuggle with coffee during the winter months! It doesn’t get much cozier than this.
Source: Making it in the Mountains
Kitchens can sometimes be tricky to decorate for the various seasons, but Bethany from The Posh Home nails it with her kitchen simplicity. She creates the perfect pop of winter green through the use of boxwood wreaths in her windows.
Source: The Posh Home
When it comes to winter porch decor, take a cue from Daune from Cottage in the Oaks. From her lemon bush to her white birch chip wreath and everything in between, Duane creates a picturesque front porch for winter.
Source: Cottage in the Oaks
Source: Setting for Four
I love the way Liz from Love Grows Wild hangs white ice skates in her entryway. The wreath and pillows top off this cozy and stunning entryway!
Source: Love Grows Wild
Suzy from Worthing Court mixes patterns in her family room. From the throws to her pillow and pouf, she creates a comfy and inviting space that says ‘curl up on a cold winter day’ to me.
Source: Worthing Court
Jamie from Anderson + Grant uses an old chalkboard above her television cabinet. The whole display is so charming and rustic, and perfect for winter.
Source: Anderson + Grant
Tara from Making Our Nest uses the most beautiful evergreen print. I love how it transitions from Christmas to winter and doesn’t need to be taken down until Spring.
Source: Making Our Nest
Sarah from Life on Virginia Street always masters the buffalo check in her home. The blue and white pillows look perfectly-winter accompanied by the pops of green. And, can you believe her wreath was a DIY project? It is absolutely stunning!
Source: Life on Virginia Street
Laura from Inspiration for Moms uses a trio of fresh wreaths above her bed with buffalo check ribbon to hang them. They are beautiful and are an easy swap or addition to make for the winter season.
Source: Inspiration for Moms
I hope you enjoyed these fabulous winter decorating ideas and feel inspired to tackle the decorating transition from Christmas to winter. Happy winter decorating, friends!
A special thanks to all the bloggers who allowed me to use their photos in this roundup! Make sure to pop over to their blogs for more beautiful inspiration.
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