After all your Christmas decor is taken down and packed away, your home can feel a bit empty. But I’ve got a plan to help you bring warmth to your home that will be in line with your farmhouse style.
I shared a few years ago how to create a cozy winter home after Christmas. I suggested that…
Building on these concepts, I’ve rounded up 10 farmhouse home decor essentials for winter.
I love utilizing stems in our home for winter! These can include winter greenery, twigs, iced sticks, and more.
Simple DIY White Twig Wreath by Thistlewood Farms blog
Mixing shine with vintage finds looks great in farmhouse-style homes. Mercury glass is perfect for winter decor with votives, winter trees, hurricanes, and more.
Decorating for The Winter Season by My One Hundred Year Old Home blog
I have had this faux fur blanket from Pottery Barn for a few years now, and it’s become a beloved item around our home in the winter. It’s a bit of a splurge but worth every penny.
Faux furs define warm and cozy.
Ambient lighting includes candles, twinkle lights, fires, and more.
Winter Mantel Decor By Lily Pad Cottage Blog does this perfectly in her home.
Bringing nature inside with birch logs is always a great choice for the winter. For a farmhouse look, place inside a crate or basket and finish off with winter greenery and lights.
Christmas (Faux) Mantel by Blue Roof Cabin blog
Farmhouse style includes the concept of collections. What better to use for winter than collections with winter whites? I love the idea of grouping vases, candles, and serving ware as Liz Marie did in the image below.
DIY Tree Stump Centerpiece by Liz Marie Blog
Winter wreaths can be placed indoors and outdoors in farmhouse decor. And, a “wreath” doesn’t necessarily have to always be round or made of greenery. Get creative, use a basket like the one in the image below to hold your winter mix. Or, make a wreath out of wood slices!
Winter Wreath For After Christmas by DIY Inspired blog
I love using wood signs in our home for a farmhouse look, and they are wonderful to use in the winter. For a more budget-friendly version, you can use winter printables as seen in the photo below. A bonus, tie a cute plaid scarf around a deer neck!
A Winter Mantel & Free Printables by The Everyday Home blog
I have always loved pom-poms, and they are easy to make too! Look for items like garlands, blankets, and pillows to add to your home winter.
Fireplace Mantel for Winter by Hymns & Verses
I love collected pinecones around the home for winter. Place several in a bowl or hurricane-like you see in the photo below.
Woodland Glam Christmas Tour (2014) by Rooms for Rent Blog
I hope you enjoyed these farmhouse home decor ideas for winter. Which essential are you most drawn to?
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