6 Ways To Transition Your Home For Winter

I don’t switch up my personal home décor through the holidays. I prefer to keep it seasonal—and winter décor is my favorite. If you don’t have a budget to overhaul all of your décor, these little touches will do all of the talking for you without breaking the bank.

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A little velvet can go a long way. Winter décor is all about texture, and velvet is the number-one texture you should have in your home this season.

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All-white everything screams winter wonderland from inside your very home. No cold snow needed.

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Brighten up the heart of your home with a gorgeous tablescape. There’s no need to go all out throughout your home when you can focus on the key areas of your home that are important to you.

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The best transitional décor for fall and winter is probably just sitting in your backyard. There are so many ways to use pine cones around your home, and it’s a subtle way to tell your guests that winter is here.

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Faux fur for the win! Faux fur accents all over your home will surely cozy up the place. Think pillows and rugs.

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Wooden accents around your home give it an outdoorsy touch.

Looking to spice up your home this winter? Check out 8 Holiday Décor Ideas For Small Spaces and 5 Classic Decorating Rules French Girls Always Follow!

Author: Wendy Vazquez

Wendy is the Editorial Assistant here at the Glitter Guide. She has a background in PR and marketing, but her true passion is editorial. She enjoys all things beauty and lifestyle.