Winter Decorating Ideas for After Christmas

Winter Decorating Ideas for After Christmas

Winter decorating after Christmas is often tricky.

You don’t want it to look like you just forgot or were too lazy to take down your Christmas decorations, but you aren’t ready to move to spring decorating either. Even if you decorate for Valentine’s Day, most likely you don’t want it to look like Valentine’s Day exploded all over your house either. How do you strike a balance? I’m still figuring it out myself and would love to hear insight from others about how you strike that happy medium. I’ve rounded up some inspiration today for all of us who are still figuring out how to create a fun winter decor scheme.

Silver White Winters That Melt Into Spring Home Decor Sign

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Pinecone and Snowflake Door Display

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Candle Holders Wrapped in Old Sweaters

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Festive Winter Decoration

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Winter Table Setting

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Snowflake Winter Decor

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Winter Table Decoration

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Elegant Holiday Bedroom

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Farmhouse Kitchen Decorated for Winter

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Neutral Winter Home Decor

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Winter Kitchen Display

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Neutral Master Bedroom

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How do you decorate for winter after Christmas?

I’d love to hear about your favorite post-Christmas decor ideas and inspiration!

More post-Christmas resources:

Post-Christmas Winter Mantel Inspiration | https://www.roseclearfield.com

Post-Christmas Winter Mantel Inspiration

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Women's Winter Business Casual Fashion Inspiration

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7 thoughts on “Winter Decorating Ideas for After Christmas”

  1. I solve the problem by basically never decorating for the season 😉 I suppose it’s easier to get away with that when the weather doesn’t change much!

    I was actually thinking about this dilemma the other day while browsing Pinterest. Finding things that are suitable for winter but don’t seem completely Christmas seems difficult!

    1. I definitely agree finding items suitable for winter that don’t look Christmas-y is difficult. I only have a few items I leave up past Christmas.

  2. Kirste Ganobsik

    The winter white is beautiful – I love the sprigs in the 3rd and 7th picture down. I’ve got some brown and white candles I’ll put out, but honestly don’t do much between Christmas and spring!

  3. I love decorating for winter. I love snow, so I like to use snowflakes. I fell in love with the sign, silver white winters that melt into spring. It is the perfect piece for this time of year. I want to make one!

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