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Cozy Up Your Home This Season with These Winter Decorations

Country Living Logo By Charlyne Mattox of Country Living | Slide 1 of 42: Just because Christmas has passed doesn't mean you have to rush to pack up all your holiday decorations for the season. There are still lots of DIY winter decorations that will add festive touches to your home right until the tulips start to pop up. You can create the cozy living room of your dreams or bring some color into the kitchen that will make you smile while you're cooking up bone-warming soups and stews. Our list of ideas includes some cute winter crafts that you can make yourself, like upcycling old sweaters into pillows and even creating a mitten garland. Greenery is also an easy go-to to add cheer throughout your home, especially in the form of garland or wreaths—in place of a bow try adding a pair of mittens or white painted pine cones for decoration. You can even use our guide for DIY wreaths if you're looking for a project to tackle on a cold and blistery winter day. Whether you want to achieve rustic farmhouse decor or a minimalist vibe, there is an idea here to cover all styles. From pops of pattern and color to a more rustic look using pine cones and acorns for decorations, this list will inspire different ideas for living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and more. Once you’ve decided what direction to take your winter decor, you'll probably end up adding some fun winter activities to your list.

Just because Christmas has passed doesn't mean you have to rush to pack up all your holiday decorations for the season. There are still lots of DIY winter decorations that will add festive touches to your home right until the tulips start to pop up. You can create the cozy living room of your dreams or bring some color into the kitchen that will make you smile while you're cooking up bone-warming soups and stews. Our list of ideas includes some cute winter crafts that you can make yourself, like upcycling old sweaters into pillows and even creating a mitten garland. Greenery is also an easy go-to to add cheer throughout your home, especially in the form of garland or wreaths—in place of a bow try adding a pair of mittens or white painted pine cones for decoration. You can even use our guide for DIY wreaths if you're looking for a project to tackle on a cold and blistery winter day.

Whether you want to achieve rustic farmhouse decor or a minimalist vibe, there is an idea here to cover all styles. From pops of pattern and color to a more rustic look using pine cones and acorns for decorations, this list will inspire different ideas for living rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, and more. Once you’ve decided what direction to take your winter decor, you'll probably end up adding some fun winter activities to your list.

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