Friday, January 29, 2021

Winter Decor in the Living Room ...


After we take down our holiday decor, our homes can feel a bit empty, right?  I know so many enjoy a simple January "reset," and some like to keep the cozy holiday vibes going by creating a Winter look.

So, what exactly "is" a Winter vibe?  For me, it boils down to layers and ambiance for a cozy feel.  Did I achieve that?  Not sure, lol, but this is what I came up with in our great room.  Textured cable knit pillows mixed with plaid ones have taken over our sofa (and yes, they usually end up on the floor).  I also added a matching cable knit throw to tie in with the pillows.  

Over on the wall, the prints that I added before Christmas are able to stick around awhile longer since they include beautiful snowy scenes. 

And ornaments that once hung from a Christmas tree now fill a ceramic bowl ... to keep with the Winter look, I tucked in a few flocked stems that I had on hand.

On the mantel, the Wintry styling continues ... the deer canvas was in another room over the holidays (but a bit hidden), so I thought it deserved to be front and center in here this month.  I then flanked it with flocked pencil trees, brought in the sled and added a "snowball" garland to complete the snowy look.

On our bookcase, this cute house and bottle brush trees fill a simple canister.  

annnd wintry greens fill this fun, woven basket.  

See how easy it is to add a bit of cozy vibe for the month of January!  Hopefully, you had things on hand that helped you achieve a warm and inviting feel, too!

As January has now come to an end, I'll be packing away our Winter decor and bringing out a little bit of Valentine goodies.  Will you be doing that, too?

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