Decorating your home for Winter

By January 7, 2010Decorating

The holidays are over, the decorations are taken down, now what? Does your house look really bare?

I decorate for each season, and especially enjoy decorating for winter. Leaving my snowmen collection out for a few extra months after the holidays fills our home with love and happiness.

Here is a little home tour for you to enjoy and hopefully be inspired by…

Our mantle, I use a wool fabric runner, ice skates that I bought years ago at Goodwill, a hat and scarf, antique mittens, some snowball candles and of course snowmen.

Winter Mantle.fixed.1

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The Entertainment Center is decorated with an antique sled (left up from Christmas) ice skates and Snowmen.

Winter Ent Center.fixed.1

And on the door of the Entertainment Center is a hanging that I made years ago.

Winter Hanging.fixed

The wooden rocking horse has even gotten into the spirit of winter.

Winter Horse.fixed.1

For Christmas, I decorated the Hoosier cabinet with my  Snowman collection, I changed it a little for winter.

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I’ve added a few Snowmen to the Buffet.

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I especially had fun adding some of my favorite Snowmen ornaments to my Little Tree. I leave this tree out year round and change it for the holidays and seasons.

Winter Tree collage.fixed.1

How do you make your home cozy for winter?

This post linked to:

~DIY Show and Tell hosted by The DIY Show Off

~Decorating for Winter hosted by Someday Crafts

~Tackle It Tuesday hosted by 5 Minutes for Mom

~Friday Linky hosted by The Inspired Room

~Finer Things Friday hosted by The Finer Things in Life

~Frugal Friday hosted by Life as Mom

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