Non-Holiday Winter Decor

    After the holidays, you may be looking for ways to decorate your home that are winter-friendly, but not holiday related. This is easier than you might think!

    Snow covered pinecones are a great way to keep the winter feel in your home. Try adding them to a vase or inside mason jars to don on your mantle, dining room table, or coffee table.

    Keep it Light & Bright
    Whites, Grays, Silver, and Gold are all beautiful winter colors. Incorporating canvas art, throw pillows, blankets, candle holders, and “rustic” decor like branches, wooden hanging art, and more will keep your home feeling bright and can even give it a “cabin” feel like many dream of stowing away in during the winter holidays.

    Change Up Your Tableware
    Updating your dining table set and decorations can have a huge impact on the feel of your home. If you’ve always had colorful plates and a bright tablecloth, try switching to a white or burlap table runner with ceramic dishes. You’d be surprised at how much of an impact this can have on bringing your vision to life!


    Your home-buying process doesn’t stop when you buy a home, because we know that you love to make your home feel “homey” year-round.

    What are your favorite winter decorating tips? Let us know in the comments below!

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