Home secrets: 10 glamorous winter décor ideas
The holidays are a time to celebrate all the blessings in your life, so let your décor reflect your joyous spirit. These ten winter décor ideas will add the vibrant color and charm of the season as well as reflect the beauty of your good fortune.
1. Let it snow!
Get ready for winter with a funny decoration on your front door.
2. Winter Windows
Tell everyone you’ve caught the spirit of the season from the moment they see your home with these simple window treatments. Lightly frost your front windows with spray snow, or frost a border along the outside edge or bottom. Then, place an electric candle in each window to create a frosty glow.
3. Color the Table
Make your dinner table look truly festive and receive your guests with a Christmas spirit.
4. Light a fire
Make your living room cozy and warmer by lighting a fire and decorating your fireplace focusing on classic winter colors, flowers and Christmas motifs.
5. Small accents
Like a designated space, have small accent pieces that are interchangeable. For example, switch out a certain lamp shade with each season, or even something as simple as a tablecloth. Change out bowls, candles and small decor accents to give your space a whole new feel perfect for winter.
6. Wintry Chandelier
Give a cozy touch to your room with a exclusive suspension lamp (by Delightfull). Or you can give your chandelier a winter makeover.
7. Introduce rugs in all parts of your house
It is very unpleasant to place your feet against a cold floor. So rugs (photo by Brabbu) shall make your home warm and cozy.
8. Snow drift on your bedroom
A cool color scheme, sparkling pillow and a plush, snowy-look duvet give this room a frosty feel.
9. Use rustic candles
These rustic candles look almost like the base of a Christmas tree. Made from hand-poured wax covered in real birch bark, they burn straight down to create a gorgeous glow from within. A lovely way to create a warm, woodsy atmosphere in winter.
10. Snow Laundry Room
Snowflakes in the laundry room? You bet! An original idea that will make doing the laundry a bit more pleasant.