Although it is 60 degrees and I have my windows open, winter solstice has officially arrived here in Western Kentucky. Lucky for me this year I have focused more on wintering my decor from the beginning of the holiday season. Aside from taking the Christmas tree down in a few days there is very little I will have to do to transition the homestead into a cozy abode this winter.
I hope you enjoy gathering inspiration from these spaces like I did bringing them together. Each idea is unique and would be a wonderful wintery addition to your home. I would love to hear your feedback, tell me you fave!
I love this swag created by Knick of Time. It pairs beautifully with this little brown paper bow. It is simple and easily upcycled with garland and left over kraft paper.
Just because the Christmas season had passed that doesn’t mean the snow is going anywhere. A Piece of Rainbow shows you how to create snow covered cones in under 5 minutes! These add a beautiful lightly dusted look to your table or any space you wish to display them.
How adorable would this be? You could easily make this in just a couple steps as shown HERE in a video tutorial by Snowman Crafts. Replace your bright Christmas stocking with this simple little garland in no time.
How perfect and thrifty and perfect are these “Vase Cozies” by Thrift and Chic? I absolutely adore the look and how simple they are to create! Add them to your after-Christmas decor to keep things looking cozy!
This little project took no time to complete and it’s a great way to reuse garlands left over from Christmas decorating, plus it’s a great way to make use of those pesky sticks in your yard. You can see my complete tutorial HERE
A common trend among the wintering of your decor seems to be greatly inspired by nature. And what is better at making winter more wintery…snow! Okay, okay, so maybe you can’t bring it indoors buuuuut this little Snow Day in a Jar by Made In A Day may make you rethink the possibilities.
And yet another beautiful example of using snow to cozy up your space by Magnolia. Mingle these in with your green moss balls for an instant wintery touch!
These little enamel pitchers were used as part of a Christmas entryway over at On Sutton Place, but I think you can see why they would easily transition from Christmas to post-Christmas decor. You can never go wrong with pine cones and a white vase of greenery.
This little miten door hanger by White and Faded will help keep your space looking cozy all winter long! Not only does it look fantasic but it is an easy creation as well!
Are you feeling a little warmer yet? I hope you find these ideas inspirational and helpful in getting you through that post-Christmas slump!
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