Winter Decor: A Seamless Transition from Holiday Cheer

With the end of the Holidays, you’re often ready for a fresh, clean start to the New Year! You’ve made your resolutions and you’re ready to tackle the year. Once the decorations come down, you may expect your home to return to “normal.”  However, this may not always be the case. Your home may feel uninteresting after all the twinkle lights come down. Here are some tips to make your home feel clean and fresh, while also adding décor that doesn’t leave your home feeling empty and uninspiring.

Shades of Winter

While Texas doesn’t get too many white snowy days, the thought is bringing that winter feeling into your home. Winter décor should highlight your existing décor, by incorporating a clean, crisp, and neutral color pallet. The beauty of neutral tones is its ability to fit so seamlessly into your home. Some of your favorite holiday accessories can double as winter décor, by simply removing the obvious holiday decor. That bowl you filled with ornaments can be switched out for pinecones.

Embrace Nature’s Resilience

A lot of your holiday decorations, birch logs, pinecones, and faux pine stems, are still relevant throughout the winter season. Like neutral tones, greens and natural outdoor elements work beautifully with most interior styles. Adding pretty shades of greens, whether fresh or faux stems, or by the use of textiles are timeless reminders of winter. 

Cozy Layers of Comfort

Wrap your home in warmth with a faux fur throw blanket or plush pillows. Think of items such as a plush throw blanket effortlessly thrown over your couch. A fur throw pillow at the corner of your chaise lounge. Opt for textures and colors that evoke a sense of comfort, inviting you to snuggle up and appreciate the winter ambiance.

Soft Glow of a Candle

Say goodbye to the bright lights of the holidays and embrace a softer, more intimate glow. Candles strategically placed around your home infuse warmth, creating a soothing and welcoming environment. You can also incorporate winter-scented candles or diffusers. Fragrances like pine, cedar, or cinnamon enhance the overall winter vibe.

Declutter and Rearrange

As you say goodbye to the holiday excess, take the opportunity to declutter and rearrange your space. Winter décor, unlike the holidays, doesn’t have to be big and bold. The key is toning things down by using subtle winter touches sprinkled throughout your home.

By delicately weaving these elements into your home, you’ll effortlessly transition from the glamour of the holidays to a winter retreat. Embrace the simplicity, warmth, and elegance that the winter season offers, transforming your space into a haven of tranquility.

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