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Roundup: Tips To Help You Transition From Holiday To Winter Decor

Roundup: Tips To Help You Transition From Holiday To Winter Decor
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January is always an awkward time for home decor. The holidays are over, and your home feels so empty without all the festive decorations. Well, there's an easy solution - fill those empty gaps with winter themed decor. Don't worry, it's super simple to make the transition. Here are ten of our favorite ideas.   

 

Roundup: Tips To Help You Transition From Holiday To Winter Decor

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1. Combine greenery that you already have with pinecones, antlers, etc. to create a cozy forest sort of vibe. Learn how Kim did it here. [Photo: Savvy Southern Style

2. Paint pinecones white and attach them to jars to create beautiful, wintery candle holders. Find out more here. [Photo: Nelly Vintage Home]

Roundup: Tips To Help You Transition From Holiday To Winter Decor

3. Take those fairy lights off the tree and stick them in a log and greenery filled wooden crate to make a faux fireplace. How cozy! Here are the details. [Photo: Blue Roof Cabin]

4. Erase your Christmas-themed saying on the chalkboard with a winter-themed one, such as "Baby it's cold outside." Found here. [Photo: A Thoughtul Place]

Roundup: Tips To Help You Transition From Holiday To Winter Decor

5. Make faux fur pillow covers for your holiday-themed pillows (then you can take them off next December to reveal the holiday pillow again). Here's the tutorial. [Photo: Transient Expression]

6. Replace mantel decor with simple white or pale green bouquets with bare twig accents. Find lots of additional ideas here. [Photo: At The Picket Fence]

Roundup: Tips To Help You Transition From Holiday To Winter Decor

7. Adorn your front porch or stoop with pale colored decorations filled with pinecones and burlap. See more photos here. [Photo: Thistlewood Farms]

8. Grab some pinecones from your backyard and turn them into a snowflake shaped wreath. Check it out here. [Photo: Southern Living]

Roundup: Tips To Help You Transition From Holiday To Winter Decor

9. Spray paint an existing holiday wreath white to give it more of a winter sort of feel. Get the tutorial to make it from scratch here. [Photo: Thistlewood Farms]

10. Focus on warm whites in general... it may be as easy as swapping a red ribbon with a white one on your wreath. [Photo: This Is Glamorous]

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