We did it! We made it to January. Let’s celebrate. Now we just have to get through January where most of us have chilly temps. grey skies and no pumpkins and cinnamon-scented pinecones. This is why I love the idea of transitioning to winter home decor with all the feels and Netflix.
Here are my go-to home decor ideas for January and February. We need to embrace the start to a new year, celebrate a new year and make January our stay at home and nest.
5 WINTER HOME DECOR IDEAS
Winter decor in January is like the transition from Hallmark Christmas movies to the January theme romance and dilemmas on the most popular network. Same plots just different decor.January at home reminds me of blustery nights and snow days with less sparkle and more cozy throws and candles.
I love candles. I have an entire cabinet dedicated to them (some as hostess gifts, but most are for me). My favorite go-to year-round candle is this one.
There is also a Capri Blue perfume (I bought the large and the travel size).
Speaking of candle scents I love to sample all the candle scents at Homegoods! I make some funny faces on a few of them, but I always find at least one (or two) to add to my collection).
January is the perfect month to light all of those pine needle Frasier fir candles you stocked up on for the hostess gifts that did not happen this year.
This sounds like the perfect reason to splurge on those candles stashed away.
I love January and February for candle lighting. It’s a great reason to light those wicks and then do this with the empty candle jars in March.
One of my favorite things to do the morning after Christmas is to browse the online sales. It’s the perfect time to buy a throw and use for the winter months. With two months of binge-worthy new shows like this one why not treat yourself to a cozy throw (on sale).
I love to pair red and white winter and Valentine’s Day. It’s a nice way to ease out of Christmas and before spring!
I have a confession- I keep a few strands of warm lights on my windowsills. Fairy lights and warm lighing are my new favorite, subtle ways to add some much-needed light in January.
Lamps are huge at my house too! This is a quick post filled with suggestions for the months before spring.
If you are a frequent reader at Everyday Edits you know how much I love buckets. I love to add snow-covered branches with a pop of red berry stems for winter decor. The red and white is a great way to transition from January to Valentine’s Day.
On the other hand, rugs look a little rough this time of year with snow and dirt (snirt) and muddy pawa. With the exception of my office, I prefer dark color rugs. What are your favorite places to find rugs?
What are your go-to decor staples for the months of January and February! Of course, Colorado tends to get more snow in March and April! Ha!