Well, hello my blogging friends! How are you doing this first week of January? Is your Christmas tree down yet? I took mine down yesterday, but left a few things up to share my Winter White Home Ideas.
I just can’t quite let go of ALL of it yet. And I think having a Winter White Home is relaxing and peaceful.
Do you decorate for Winter, too? It has been a passion of mine for about 4 years. I would look in store windows and shops and see beautiful and inviting Winter White decorating. So, I decide to bring that same feel into my own home.
Let’s start off with my kitchen shelves. They are filled with white and gold Winter White Home Ideas. You MIGHT think it looks a little Christmasy, but to me it says, “Winter”.
Using a few of my Christmas decorations, I filled my kitchen shelves with frosty, glittery goodness. Everything from my cotton ball snowballs, to my cotton ball trees, snowflake topiaries, a gorgeous crystallized wreath that was a raffle win (YAY ME!) to my own thrifted white glittery tree.
Don’t you love those teeny tiny crystals on the shelves? They look like tiny pieces of ice, don’t they? I am PRETTY sure I found those at Hobby Lobby. I also had fun painted a few pin cones gold for a wintry touch, as well.
Below you will some of the same pieces as I have had fun creating for this post. I want to give you as many ideas as I can.
I kept my brown and worn vintage sled as part of my Winter White Home Ideas. I like how rustic and aged it looks. Kind of how Winter feels sometimes, huh?
I love this faux snow with a few vintage silver ornaments and bottle brush trees. I found a steal of a deal on the trees (90% off) at Jo-Anns on Christmas Eve-crazy huh? But I knew I would be decorating for Winter and they would be just the right touch.
I originally bought this LARGE canning jar to use for my brown sugar, BUT it looks so lovely with faux snow, snow flakes, ornaments, a tree and a silver feather, don’t you think?
A few more trees with my Grandma’s vintage church sitting on a candle holder. I love it.
I made the silver wreath as I did the silver Popsicle stick tree last year. The tall white bottle brush tree was a before Christmas/half-off find! I could hardly wait to add it to the Winter White Home Ideas.
And if you know me, You KNOW I am a little obsessed with vintage muffin tins. With crystals, silver vintage ornaments and a few sugar gum balls, I have a Wintry vignette.
With a little imagination, creativity and a few Christmas ornaments, you can have your own Winter White Home Ideas for yourself.
Have fun and let me know what you come up with, I would love to hear all about it.
Have a wonderful day filled with those you love.