Kick those winter blues and give your home the seasonal update you've been missing with these fun ideas for simple, wintry decor.
If you miss your holiday garland as much as I miss mine, this magnolia leaf alternative is the perfect way to brighten up your mantel and bring some non-Christmas greenery back into the house.
How to keep Magnolia Leaves Fresh
A naked door is a sad door. So, instead of letting your bare entrance get you down, dress it up with a colorful wreath that celebrates the season.
How to Make a Tone-on-Tone Yarn Ball Wreath
During the holidays, my throw pillows get a major Christmas update. And now that they're gone, my regular pillows just aren't cutting it. This easy DIY not only adds a cozy winter touch to your decor, it also makes the most of those old sweaters you haven't been able to part with.
Turn an Old Sweater Into a Chic, Preppy Pillow
Remember how those colorful Christmas ornaments used to light up the room? Don't say goodbye. Instead, try your hand at these wintery yarn-wrapped pinecones. Just wrap your yarn around the pinecones and place them in a bowl for the perfect seasonal centerpiece.
Unless you're one of those people who leaves your Christmas lights up all year, you're probably used to coming home to a dark, uninviting front porch. Lucky for you, this beautiful ice lantern takes advantage of the cold weather, illuminating your porch in perfect winter fashion.
You can easily transform your home's decor from fall to winter by incorporating sweater elements. You can bring a wintry feel to your living room by covering a vase and lampshade with sweater material. The look instantly warms up the space during colder months.
How to Make a Wintery White Sweater Lamp
Scented Salt Dough Ornaments
Scented Christmas salt dough ornaments are the perfect touch to a homemade Christmas feeling. More than likely, all the ingredients that are needed are already in your kitchen.
How to make Christmas Scented Salt Dough Ornaments