Grab your coffee my friends, because today I have a little Sunday inspiration for you. I’m sharing 10 simple ways to decorate for winter. This is all about easy, no-fuss ways to cozy up your home for the cold, dreary days of January and February. And probably March. And April. And maybe even early May if you live in Colorado like I do. Yeah, I’m not kidding. But that’s beside the point. I’m not here to complain about winter. Nope. Not gonna do it. Today is all about beautiful and simple winter decor that will make you want to embrace this season instead of wish it away. I’ve rounded up a great collection from some of my favorite bloggers. Enjoy!
How warm and inviting is this neutral winter living room from Zevy Joy? Just a few simple details like the cozy blankets and bit of greenery make this room perfect for winter.
This rustic winter mantel from Liz Marie Blog is what farmhouse dreams are made of. A few pinecones and a winter wreath is all it takes.
Just take a minute to absorb all of the beautiful details in this winter living room from Bless’er House. It’s absolutely stunning in every way possible.
I adore this cotton wreath and these snowy evergreens from The Golden Sycamore.
Anyone up for a long nap in this cozy winter bedroom from Hymns & Verses? I love all the different hues of gray, perfect for the cold days winter.
A simple, yet stunning winter vignette is complete with birch candle holders and a natural green wreath from Dear Lillie.
This gorgeous winter bedroom from Lauren McBride is seriously swoon-worthy.
This woodland winter tablescape from Rooms for Rent Blog is sophisticated, yet rustic at the same time.
Winter decor is all about simple, cozy touches in this entryway from Tidbits.
Just a sprig of greenery will do. This vintage goodness is from Liz Marie Blog.
Winter decor is sooooo darn easy. It doesn’t have to be fancy or difficult. And I think these photos show just how beautiful winter can really be–it’s all about cozy blankets, greenery, and a few rustic touches. So if you’re feeling a bit uninspired in this awkward phase between Christmas and Spring, I hope today’s post gave you a few ideas. We’ve got a long way to go before the weather starts warming up, so we might as well enjoy it and make the most of it.
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