Winter Decor Inspiration
Changing from Christmas decor to winter decor can be a little challenging. I’m sharing some winter decor inspiration with you today to help you transition your home into winter.
It’s time for another DIY challenge hosted by Terrie from Decorate & More With Tip. Be sure to check out her blog for more DIY inspiration. She has some amazing DIY’s!
After my post I will be sharing links to the other great DIY’s that participated in this challenge. So you will have lots of winter decor inspiration!
This month’s challenge is to share winter decor inspiration on warming up our homes for the winter season. I was going to share just one room, but I have winter decor in the living room, kitchen, and my bedroom. So why not share it all with you?
To see all of my DIY’s click here.
Winter Decor in the Living Room
I kept the winter decor in the living room simple. I only added a few things to the top of my TV stand. In a tobacco basket I added a few pine cones and sat a candle in the middle of them.
The WoodWick Fireside candle is one of my favorite scents. They use a natural wood wick in their candles, so it sounds like a crackling fire when it’s lit. The smell of this candle is just amazing, too! Since I don’t have a fireplace in my home, I just light this candle and it makes me feel like I’m sitting by a cozy fire with a warm blanket.
Behind the basket I placed my farmhouse jars that I made for Christmas. They also make great winter decor! Click here to see how I made the farmhouse jars.
I also kept my winter decor scene in a jar out to decorate with as well. I just love the little deer in the snow!
Almost everything in this winter scene came from Dollar Tree, so it was only $2 to put together. (The glass piece is actually reused from a Bath and Body Works candle.) I just put some fake snow in the bottom of the glass container, added the little deer figurine to the top.
You can see how I made the candle holder holding the winter scene here. (It’s another Dollar Tree DIY!)
Winter Decor in the Kitchen
Once again I kept things simple in the kitchen as well. On my table I just have a candle burning, no major centerpiece right now.
However, beside the table I did add a little more winter decor to give my kitchen a cozy feeling.
I kept the little tree I had out for Christmas that I decorated with the primitive ornaments I made. I placed a candle by the tree and that was it! The little wooden chair came from a thrift sale, the cow print I found at Dollar Tree, and the pig head was a Christmas gift years ago.
Winter Decor in the Bedroom
I don’t spend a lot of time in the bedroom, so I kept the winter decor simple in there as well. I think too much makes things look cluttered and when things are cluttered I feel overwhelmed.
The bedroom is supposed to be a calming and relaxing room and I wanted to keep it that way.
The only winter decor I added in my bedroom was to the top of my dresser.
Years ago I found this enamel dish while shopping with my mom at our favorite primitive store. Since I collect enamelware I knew I had to have this piece!
I placed 3 candle holders from Dollar Tree in the dish and added small pine cones around the candle holders. I thought this just gave the dish such a cozy winter feel.
Now let’s see what other great winter decor inspiration the other bloggers have for us today.