Add a warm and cozy touch to your home with these non-Christmas winter decorations for your front door, living room, dining table, and more!
January and February can be a tricky time of year for indoor decor ideas — it’s hard to outdo the warm festivity of Christmas, but too early for spring color.
The struggle is real folks! So let’s talk winter.
I’m here to share some simple seasonal winter decorating ideas that will give you cozy vibes without a trace of mistletoe insight.
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Decorating for Winter
Once Christmas is over I am more than ready to take down the Christmas trees and put away the Christmas decor.
You may also want to read this post all about how to transition to winter decor after Christmas.
There is just something so comforting about starting out fresh in the new year in both home and life.
Also, if you live in an area (like I do) where the winter months bring cold weather, it’s the BEST feeling to incorporate cozy home decor elements for the winter season.
Not all Christmas decorations have to be put away for winter.
Did you see the large wooden snowflake I just shared?
If you prefer to buy rather than DIY, you may like these rustic winter farmhouse decor Amazon finds.
Hang A Winter Wreath On Your Front Door
I’ve talked many times about my love of wreath-making.
The first thing I do for any new season or holiday is change out the wreath on the front door.
It’s the easiest way to add a seasonal touch to your home and a great way to welcome friends and family.
Add a coordinating bow to go with your color scheme.
Bring In Nature for January Decorations
A budget-friendly way to decorate for any season is to incorporate natural elements.
It can be as simple as snipping pine branches or other winter stems.
They look lovely in vases and are FREE!
Pine cones are another inexpensive way to decorate for winter.
Add them to a dough bowl or incorporate them into a wreath for instant winter decor!
Here is an easy tutorial for preserving pine cones.
You may also like these DIY snow-covered pine cones.
How To Create That Cozy Factor In Your Winter Decor
Another staple for winter decorations is plush blankets and soft throw pillows.
I have a slight obsession with pompom pillows and faux fur blankets.
They are perfect for snuggling up by the fire with a good book or movie.
Here are a few of my favorite cozy winter throws available on Amazon Prime:
Top 27 Non-Christmas Winter Decorations
Now that I’ve shared some of my favorite decorating tips for winter, here are 25 non-Christmas winter decorations to get you started on your own winter decor!
DIY Winter Wreaths
With a few simple supplies and some creative ideas, you can create unique wreaths to display in your home or on your front door for the entire winter season.
Easy DIY Winter Crafts
Read on to discover how to create beautiful DIY winter crafts quickly and easily — plus plenty of tips and tricks along the way!
I hope you find these non-Christmas winter decorations inspiring.
Let me know in the comments below which one is your favorite.
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