Courtesy of A Burst of Beautiful

If you’re going to survive having to spend even more time at home than usual thanks to the blistering cold weather outside, it needs to feel totally homey and inviting. You’re not about to leave your Christmas decorations up through March (please, just don’t), so you need a way to transition them. Put away the red and green and bring out the neutrals, deep jewel tones, and cozy textures. Whether you want to DIY a few new things, or work with what you’ve got, we’ve got ideas for you on this list.

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Snowballin’ So Hard

The snow sucks, but this snowball pillow is insanely adorbs—and it’s totally easy to DIY. All the cozy vibes.

Get the tutorial at Sugar & Cloth.


Keep Calm & Carry On

You don’t need to go all out with bold color—keep your winter palette neutral. It’ll add a calming vibe to your space.

See more at A Burst of Beautiful.


Purple People Eater

Go home, red and green. Fill your winter table with rich emeralds and purples, then accent with brass.

See more at Lia Griffith.


New Season, New Wreath

Just because Christmas is over, doesn’t mean wreaths are over for the season. Swap your holiday greenery for this chic, modern wreath.

Get the tutorial at Lia Griffith.


Entryway Goals

Even if you don’t ice skate, you’re going to want to buy a pair to hang in your entryway. Add a wreath, some velvet pillows, and a winter white blanket and you’re set.

See more at Love Grows Wild.


Feelin’ Blue

Accent all-white decor with vibrant blue pillows. Up the winter vibes even more with a faux fur throw, candles, and fresh greenery.

See more at A Burst of Beautiful.


Get Lit

This DIY chandelier will dress up your space for winter, and looks beautiful when the votive candles are glowing at night.

Get the tutorial at Sugar and Charm.


Pining For You

For a rustic winter display, make this DIY pinecone garland. Finish them in gold leaf and watch them shimmer.

Get the tutorial at The Sweetest Occasion.


Greenery For Days

Skip the flowers and fill white vases with fresh greenery. Use them as decor around your house, or as centerpieces on your table.

See more at Sugar and Charm.


Set The Bar

The only way you’re going to survive winter is by having a well-stocked bar. Deck yours out with gold trimmed glasses, a gold wreath, and greenery.

See more at Lark & Linen.

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