Come take a quick tour of our Victorian Farmhouse as we show you how to decorate your home for the winter season. Simple winter decor ideas include pinecones, star lamps, birdseed ornaments, and garland to keep your home feeling warm after the Christmas decorations have been removed. Winter Decor Ideas
Superb Tips About Winter Decor Ideas For The Home
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Winter Home Decor that is Simple
The period between Christmas and Spring is usually uncomfortable, as the nights are still long and the days are still cold. Why not make some changes to your Christmas decorations to give your home a warm winter feel?
To add accents of natural comfort in and around our home, we used Christmas tree cuttings, pinecones, birdseed, and colorful lights.
Simple Stair Garland with a Wooden Rocking Horse Winter Decorations
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I felt a boost in my metabolism and amazingly, I didn't feel that much hungry as before!
Highlight the Fireplace
The Lily Pad Cottage is a charming cottage in the countryside.
The Lily Pad Cottage’s gorgeous living room is a perfect example of winter decorating done well. If you have a fireplace, use it as a focal point during the winter months. If you don’t have a fireplace, you can still decorate with a lot of candles, like the ones on this mantel and table. While deep, rich colors are generally associated with winter design, this area maintains a light and airy feel. However, the armchairs pushed up against the fire maintain a warm atmosphere.
Tea Light Log (DIY)
Above a fireplace, make a tea light log.
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Adding a bit of romantic glow to your winter living space is a fun way to brighten it up. A excellent instruction for building a tea light log may be found at Home Stories A to Z. You’ll only need a dry wood or branch clipping, a set of tea light candles, and a drill for this project. If you like, battery-operated artificial flames can be used instead of traditional candles.
Decorate the Fireplace Mantel
Hymns and Poems
Make your fireplace mantel the focal point of your winter design concept if you have one. Add candles, a garland of imitation snowballs, some winter foliage, or artwork to the mantel. Even more imaginative ideas may be found at Hymns and Verses, which will convert your mantel into a winter wonderland.
Decorate the Fireplace Mantel
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Natural components are used in the best winter tablescapes. A beautiful example of a silver urn filled with a shed deer antler, small pine cones, a few trimmings of greenery, and a few of sprigs of winter-blooming flowers may be found in Home Stories A to Z. The end product is unique and striking, despite its modest design.
Add Easy Winter Details
Small evergreen topiaries in the winter living room
Nest of Bliss’ Brandi Sawyer demonstrates how easy it is to add a bit of winter decor to a beloved place. A collection of snowflake ornaments, candles, and a few little planted firs are all that’s required. The end effect is simple, affordable, and lovely.
DIY a Winter-Themed Pallet Box
Winter decor on a DIY wood pallet box
If you like mason jars and rustic wood, consider combining the two for a simple and unique winter decor piece. House by Hoff demonstrates how to make a rustic box out of salvaged wood from an old pallet. Finish the display with fir sprigs and mason jars embellished with twine and miniature chalkboard pendants. This box can be used to liven up any surface, such as your dining table, coffee table, mantel, or bedroom dresser.
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That’s how 40-year-old Carly Donovan, an overweight mother with prediabetes was feeling…
She did “everything right” and never lost an inch.
Until she stumbled on this strange “carb-pairing” trick and burned away an unheard of 22lbs pounds in just 13 days.
And because of this one simple shift in her eating, she shed pounds and inches from her body without starving herself and without a lick of exercise!
With the same “carb-pairing” trick Carly dropped a total of 37lbs in the FIRST month and she shocked her doctor by completely reversing ALL pre-diabetes symptoms!
If you’re a woman over the age of 25 who wants to reclaim her life inside the body she DESERVES, you should check it out for yourself.