If you will survive to have to spend more time at home than usual thanks to the cold weather outside, it needs to feel really comfortable and inviting. You won’t leave Christmas decorations until March (please, don’t do it), so you need a way to change it. Get rid of red and green and remove neutral colors, deep gem tones, and a comfortable texture. Whether you want to make DIY some new things or work with what you have, we have an idea for you on this list.
Ease in your Christmas decorations after the holidays with these DIY winter decorating ideas. Make every room in your home including your terrace feel warm, comfortable and inviting, so you will have the perfect place to relax when the cold weather arrives. That way you can also be ready to create this year’s Christmas decorations.
1. DIY Tea Light Log
A fun way to entertain your winter living room is to add a touch of romantic light. We have a good tutorial for making beautiful tea light logs. You don’t need any fancy supplies – just dry wood sticks or pulling branches, a set of tea lamp candles, and a drill. You can replace a battery-operated fake fire with traditional candles if desired.
2. Decorate the Fireplace Mantel
If you are lucky enough to have a fireplace coat, make this star your winter design scheme. Enliven your fireplace with candles, “snowball” bouquets, a little winter greenery, and an adorable welcome sign. Songs and Verses have more creative ideas that will turn your coat into a celebration of everything in winter.
3. Simple Winter Centerpiece
The best winter landscapes make use of various natural elements, not just flowers. We display beautiful examples of silver jars filled with deer antlers, small pine cones, some clippings of greenery, and several flowers with winter blooms. Although simple in design, this finished product is unique and spectacular.
4. Easy Winter Touches
We will show you how simple it is to add a touch of winter decor to your favorite room. All that is needed is a meeting of snowflake ornaments, candles, and some mini pine pots. The results are simple, inexpensive and beautiful.
5. DIY Wooden Pallet Box
If you like stone jars and rustic wood, consider combining both for easy and unusual winter decoration. We want to show you how to convert reclaimed wood from old pallets to rural boxes. Add a stone jar decorated with threads and a small whiteboard pendant, then complete the scenario with the spring. Use this box to spice up your winter dining table, coffee table, coat, foyer, or bedroom closet.