Categories: Decorating Ideas, Seasonal Decorating Trends | Posted: December 15, 2016 | Comments Off on Winter Home Decorating Trends
The weather outside is frightful, but the inside of your home is sure to be delightful. It is the time of year where we transition from warm hues of fall to neutral, nature-esque finishes.
We have five of the latest trends to warm up your home just in time for the change in winter weather!
Delightful Serving Pieces
The winter season brings about an abundance of winter parties. Fun serving pieces add the perfect finishing touches to any party or dinner.
Using a vintage fruit crate to hold silverware and dishware adds the perfect rustic and elegant touch to any home. Set the crate out on the dining room table, or incorporate it on your kitchen island dinner buffet.
Displaying Christmas cookies on a kitchen counter is also a great addition to add to a homey feeling in the colder months of winter. Use several pedestal jars of varying heights, fill with fresh baked cookies, and you’re ready for guests to come and enjoy!
This year, wreaths can be used as a unique art piece in your home. Bring the outdoors into your home with a festive Douglas fir or Evergreen wreath. Not only do they look good, but they are sure to fill your home with the beloved Christmas tree scent we look forward to each winter season.
Looking for a more unique piece? Try incorporating a pinecone or wooden bark wreath into your home this winter. These are a great transition piece from fall to winter, and can be used for a rustic-chic feel all season long.
Bring the Outdoors In
Wanting to add more of the outdoors to your winter décor? Bring the outdoors in with a unique planter. Plant some greenery inside an oversized planter for your home, or use a wire bin to store outdoor elements such as firewood and greenery.
Light Up the Night
Candles are an essential piece in winter décor. Placing birch candles on an entry table are sure to catch guests’ eyes as they enter your home.
Looking for something a little bigger? Place a pillar candle inside an oversized lantern to adorn a side table.
Cozy Up by the Fire
Winter brings about frigid weather, but your home does not have to feel the same way. Warm up any space with a faux fur rug, or add texture with a chunky, knitted throw. These are great to add to the couch, or on top of your master bedroom bed for a neutral, warm effect.
As the air becomes colder, make sure you warm up your home with these fun, outdoor-inspired trends. The weather outside may be frightful, but the fire in your Tennessee home will be quite delightful!