With winter creeping closer, it’s time to stow away the summery decor. Switching to thick, cozy curtains and plush throw blankets are a definite must. However, it’s also important to pay some attention to seasonal decorations. Fall and winter provide a perfect opportunity to get creative. With holidays galore, gorgeous natural colours, and the automatic acceptance of anything cozy, it’s easier than ever to make your home a haven! Below are some of our favourite decorating ideas for November and December.
Candles. Yes, candles provide beautiful decoration year round. But there’s something about the warmth and light they cast that makes them ideal for the colder months. Choose warm scents like cinnamon, coffee, or chestnut. Arrange candles with driftwood, wine bottles, or glassware to create multiple levels.
Burlap. Cute stockings, artful table runners, and fabric planters can all be made out of burlap. This rough fabric adds texture and interest to any room, and is neutral enough to work just about anywhere. Don’t knock it till you’ve tried it! For great burlap ideas, try here.
Wreaths. Even if you don’t like the look of traditional wreaths, there may be one out there for you. Simple, rustic wreaths made of plain twigs and fairy lights may be more your style. Perhaps you’d prefer to eschew the nature theme entirely and construct a wreath of glass orbs or cardboard. Whatever your preference, a wreath provides a personalized touch to your fall decor.
Hammocks. There are some instances where a hammock can work nicely indoors. An attic play room or boho style living area can occasionally benefit from the addition of a hammock. Additionally, with the emergence of stylish hammock chairs, this great seating option is more versatile than other. However, there is no reason to pull the plug on your outdoor seating just yet. Fall evenings under a blanket are still amazing, and the right hammock will pull together the colours in your yard. Choose warm reds, plaid, or a whimsical leaf print.
What are your go to decoration ideas for fall and winter? Let us know in the comments below!