I’m excited for another tour of holiday homes! Today I’m sharing some tips for how to create simple Christmas decor that easily transitions into the winter season!
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Joining me this week are some amazing bloggers each sharing as part of the Christmas Homes Tour hosted by A Stroll Thru Life! If you’re joining me from Life on Cedar Lane, thanks for stopping by! Make sure to visit all of the holiday homes at the bottom of this post.
Simple Christmas Decor Ideas
Each year I am so excited to decorate for Christmas. This year, with Thanksgiving being so close, I knew we wouldn’t have as much time to enjoy the decor.
So, I decided to make my main living space full of Christmas decor ideas that can transition into the winter season.
The main “Christmasy” decor I used in this space are simple greens. Cedar, juniper and pine are all beautiful winter greens that I feel can easily be left up after Christmas is over.
Mixing this greenery into my everyday decor adds that Christmas touch.
Another way to add some simple Christmas decor is to use cozy textures. Velvet pillows, sherpa throws, warm wood tones, and soft rugs are all easy ways to warm up a space.
Plus, none of them are overtly “Christmas” so they can easily be left out all winter long.
One of the often unexpected delights of decorating for Christmas is coming up with new ideas for decor I already own.
This season, I moved some of the furniture around to accommodate some ideas I had. This simple swap gave my rooms a fresh feeling without actually purchasing anything new.
Often a Christmas tree will cause us to rearrange furniture to accommodate it. So this winter, try doing the same with your furniture even after the holidays are over!
More Christmas Decor Ideas
I hope that these Christmas decor ideas help you as we approach the winter decorating season. So much work is put into decorating for the holidays, so why not do it in a way that can be enjoyed all season long?!
If you’re looking for more Christmas decor ideas, I have so many spaces already on the blog for you to enjoy!
- Asymmetrical Christmas Mantel Tutorial
- New Ideas for Traditional Christmas Decor
- Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Christmas Decor
- Full Christmas Home Tour
- 4 Ways to Create Simple Wrapping Paper
- Cheap Christmas Decor that Makes a Statement
- Meaningful & Elegant Family Christmas Tree
- Christmas Tablescape
Now, head next to my sweet friend KariAnne at Thistlewood Farms to enjoy her Christmas home tour!
Christmas Home Tours
Monday December 9th
Tuesday December 10th
Wednesday December 11