Entry #3066, December 3, 2013
Upgrading your home according to the winter season will make it feel warmer and welcoming. Moreover, decorating your home to reflect the season is an easy way to keep your home from looking outdated. Wondering how to transform the look of your home this winter? Here are some winter decorating ideas for your home.
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Winter Decorating Ideas for a Festive Home
It’s certainly not practical to paint the walls every season. You may want to accent your house with a bright yellow, orange, or burgundy this winter. So, bring these colors in by using accessories such as candles, throw pillows, and cushion covers. Changing accessories is the easiest and an inexpensive way to transform your house into different seasons. You can also consider colors of ice and snow for a contemporary winter room.
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Changing artwork according to the seasons is another great way to upgrade your home. Floral paintings and cheerful prints from summers can make your home look too bright for winters. Consider using black and white pictures of nature for a winter home. You can also add some holiday paintings to showcase your festive spirit.
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Just like wall paint, switching furniture every season can be expensive. So, hold on to your existing furniture, and add rich, dark colored slipcovers over it. Alternatively, you can use large blankets as covers to warm up the area. Patchwork pillows look great during winters. If possible, rearrange the furniture near a fireplace.
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While you don’t have to concentrate just on the holidays, putting up some holiday or Christmas lights is a wonderful way to decorate your winter home. Hang some lights around a room or use them in the garden area.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to upgrade to a comfortable atmosphere that brings warmth to your home. Proper use of colors, right accessories, and some creativity can help you drive away the winter blues.
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