Cozy is a feeling as well as a tangible state of being, so today I’m sharing some ideas on how we can transition our homes into cozy retreats during the next couple of months of Winter weather. Here in the South, we get an early reprieve and Spring starts happening by March, but what about those after Christmas days? Here are some great ideas from fellow bloggers on how they add cozy vibes in their homes to stave off the Winter blues.
I’ll also share a couple of areas of my home that I’ve added some cozy Winter vibes. Have you added cozy in your home yet? I’m just finishing up taking down Christmas this weekend and I’ve kept a little Winter decor up for some cozy vibes around the house.
I decided to keep my Christmas mantel the same and I took down the sparkle garland that was up as well as the Merry Christmas sign and added this Thankful sign that I got a few years ago (from Between You and Me Signs). This seems to be a good look and feel for now and I love this sentiment. So that’s the mantel and I also changed out the foyer table for Winter.
I decided to add in this bamboo chair that I bought years ago at a yardsale. It’s a lighter feel and I really like it. I kept the deer and candle on the bottom and got some magnolia sprays to add in this old white urn and I love the simple feel of this.
I love mercury glass and Lauren gave me a 6 piece set from Pottery Barn (affiliate link) for Christmas and they are perfect for this time of year. I had a few already and these are all so pretty together. Those tall mercury glass candle holders came from my trip to Milledgeville last month. I love them!
Simple feel for the Winter season.
Now enjoy these shares from blogger friends! You’ll get lots of good ideas for Winter decor.
Love the whole feel of Christina’s at The Frugal Homemaker family room, so cozy!
I love how Lauren at Blesser House adds a few cozy touches in her home, a pretty Winter vignette and cozy pillows and throws.
Sheila at Maison de Cinq is so good at pretty vignettes and these fresh greens, pinecones and those cute trees under glass add such a great vibe to her countertop.
Another pretty Winter vignette from Meegan Makes, so cute!
This cute Winter scene from Julie at My Wee Abode shows how you can keep a bit of Christmas around after the Holidays are over and transition into Winter mode.
Shannon at Fox Hollow Cottage adds twinkle lights and candles to a side table for some Winter cheer. We all need Winter cheer, don’t we? Amazing what candles can do.
Rita at Harbour Breeze Home shares her tried and true tips for decorating shelves for Winter.
Thistle Key Lane kept her wintry Christmas trees on the mantel and that’s another way to leave a bit of Christmas out for a beautiful mantel vignette.
Add a little sparkle in glass or metallic candle holders from Up to Date Interiors.
A simple Winter white mantel from Paula at Virginia Sweet Pea is just the right touch.
Make a lovely Winter feeling wreath from Rocky Hedge Farm.
I love the feel of this lodge home, with this pretty Winter vignette from White Arrows Home. Skies, plaid Thermos, cozy throw, check!
Leslie from My 100 Year Old Home shares how to make this cute chenille wreath.
This Winter white table scene is simple, pretty and easy to do from Nancy at Artsy Chicks Rule. She shares several ideas for transitioning from Christmas to Winter.
Hope you enjoyed all these ideas and got some ideas for yourselves! I’ll keep mine up until March and then I’ll transition to Spring ideas.