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5 Decor Tips to Make Your Home Feel Warm and Cozy This Winter 

‘Tis the season to be cozy! Winter ushers in shorter days, colder temperatures, rooftop raindrops, snow flurries, and holiday cheer, creating the perfect backdrop for snuggling up in the comfort of your home.   While winter is pretty darn cozy in and of itself, you can up the hygge vibes by adorning your living space with winter-inspired decor. Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered! In this article, we’ll introduce ReadyFestive’s three winter themes and share five decor tips for creating an uber-inviting ambiance that will envelop you, your family, and your guests in warmth and comfort.   ReadyFestive’s Three

Liz
Dec 6

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‘Tis the season to be cozy! Winter ushers in shorter days, colder temperatures, rooftop raindrops, snow flurries, and holiday cheer, creating the perfect backdrop for snuggling up in the comfort of your home.  

While winter is pretty darn cozy in and of itself, you can up the hygge vibes by adorning your living space with winter-inspired decor. Don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered!

In this article, we’ll introduce ReadyFestive’s three winter themes and share five decor tips for creating an uber-inviting ambiance that will envelop you, your family, and your guests in warmth and comfort.  

ReadyFestive’s Three Winter-Themed Boxes 

We understand that everyone has a different vision when it comes to creating a cozy winter home. That’s why we’ve created three winter decor box options, each with a different theme.

Nordic Winter: Even if you don’t have snow where you live, you can still bring the feeling of a white winter into your home with our Nordic theme. Featuring snow-covered trees, snowflakes, and a mixture of light and dark elements, this theme is sure to induce the warm-fuzzies.

Woodlands Winter: Calling all nature lovers! Keep your Decor down to earth with our woodlands theme, which focuses on traditional winter elements inspired by nature. In this box, you’ll find items showcasing classic Christmas trees, deer, faux greenery, and earthy tones. 

Neutral Winter: Looking to create a calm, peaceful ambiance in your home this winter? The neutral theme is for you. This box features wintery outdoor elements like trees, snowflakes, wood, and antlers in soft, neutral colors. Smooth textures and gold accents are also prevalent, giving your home a modern yet cozy feel!  

5 Decor Tips for Creating a Cozy Winter Home 

Regardless of which theme you choose or what decor items you have on hand, here are some tips for creating a cozy, hygge home this winter.   

1. Make Your Fireplace a Focal Point

During the chilly winter months, ample time is spent next to the fireplace. After all, there’s nothing cozier than burrowing up in front of a roaring fire when it’s raining or snowing outside! 

Add some winter charm to your fireplace mantle by decorating it with candles, faux animal horns, tiny tree statuettes, garlands, and mantle signs (like the wooden “Winter Wonderland” sign in the Woodlands Winter box). These wintery items will transform a lackluster mantle into the center of attention. 

2. “Winterfy” Your Kitchen

The combination of cold weather and holiday festivities means people typically spend a lot of time in the kitchen cooking and baking delicious, warming meals in the wintertime. 

Here are some ideas to give your kitchen a winter makeover:

  • Up the winter vibes and cozy factor by using a winter-themed table runner on your dining table. 
  • Bring the outdoors in by building a beautiful table centerpiece with tiny trees, pinecones, ornaments, white flowers, and candles.
  • Swap out your regular kitchen hand towels for festive ones.
  • Display charming signs, like the “Welcome to Our Winter Wonderland” sign in the Neutral Winter box. 
  • Incorporate a doormat or winter rug in front of your kitchen sink. 

3. Deck Out Your Coffee Table

A great way to give your living room an impactful winter update is to refresh your coffee table decor.

If you have the space on your table, a layered look can add dimension and interest. Try stacking a few big, winter-themed coffee table books on one side with candlesticks on the other side for some contrasting height. 

Once you have the larger items in place, add smaller wintery items (think: coasters, candles, tree or deer figurines, etc.) into the mix. 

If you’re working with a smaller table surface, organizing the smaller items on a tray can keep everything looking clean and simple.

4. Create a Warm Welcome

When visitors enter your home, greet them with a rush of winter-themed items, textures, and colors. 

Here are some tips for decorating your entryway.

  • Add a wintery welcome sign, such as the “Winter Welcome” sign in the Nordic Winter box.
  • Place festive pillows on a chair or bench near your front door.
  • Hang a garland across an entryway mirror.
  • Place themed items on an entryway table. Gnome, deer, or tree statuettes would all work great. 
  • Lay down a festive doormat, such as the “Home” doormat in the Nordic Winter box. 

5. Decorate a Side Table

Don’t forget about your side table! Use candles, small decorative trees, coasters, or other small pieces to add a winter touch to any side table. 

Get Winter Ready with ReadyFestive

If you’re looking for winter decorations that fit your personal style, choose ReadyFestive! To set up your subscription, simply choose which holidays or seasons you’d like to receive decorations for. You’ll then be prompted to fill out a survey to help us determine your favorite themes. Don’t have any specific preferences? No problem—we’ll surprise you!

Join the ReadyFestive family today to get one of our carefully-curated, winter-themed boxes delivered straight to your door, allowing you to stress less and snuggle more. If you’re already a subscriber, you can add a box to your subscription here

Don’t forget to tag #ReadyFestive on Instagram or Facebook to show us your cozy winter wonderland home!