We pretty much speak for everyone when we say that the saddest day of the year is taking down the Christmas decor. But just because you take the Christmas decor down, doesn't mean you need to put away winter for good! Leave out the fuzzy blankets and frosted wreaths, we are going to show you some ways to keep the winter decor up after the Christmas season is over.
1. Bring the outdoors in
From birch wood to pinecones, bring some mother nature inside to help "winterize" your space.
Photo: Design Dining and Diapers
2. Candles, candles, and more candles
Warm up your space with winter candles! Birch wood and tree stump candles are the perfect winter addition.
Photo: Dear Lillie
3. Skis and Wreaths
Winter elements like old vintage skis and wreaths are still appropriate to use after Christmas, add the outdoor winter touch with a getup like this one.
Photo: The Picket Fence Projects
4. Fuzzy Blankets
From cable knit to faux fur, warm up your space in the wintertime with some fuzzy blankets to cuddle with.
Photo: Detail Collective
Just because you put your pine Christmas tree away, doesn't mean you can't have pine in the house after Christmas. Take some stems from the old tree (or even from outside) and pot them in unique jars to place around the house.
6. A statement centerpiece
Add some candles and frosted foliage to a centerpiece to keep your place in the winter spirit.
Photo: Liz Marie Blog
Use simple accents like throw pillows that are easily interchangeable to keep your place cozy and snuggly.
Photo: Stephanie Sterjovski
8. Create a cozy corner
Turn a corner of your home into a cozy area by adding elements from all of the above!