Winter Interior Design Trends

Winter often provokes feelings of family gatherings, awaited festivities, and delicious home-style cooking. It also brings a change of temperature and the desire for warmth.

Five Winter Interior Design Trends

Incorporate one or more of these winter interior design trends to help create a seasonably stylish home that’s sure to feel warm and welcoming to your  family and friends.

1. Welcome the Holidays and add Warmth with Decorative Mantels.

As temperatures dip lower, dazzling fireplace mantel displays create a cozy gathering spot for winter entertaining. Snuggle up and sip cider or hot cocoa after up after playing  in the snow, or spend time entertaining guests during the holiday season.



More fabulous mantel decorating ideas

2. Light it up with Elegant Candles

Candles provide warmth, a calming glow, and a festive element. Candle holders and votives are always a great go-to accent, but this winter design trend looks to the candlesticks themselves. These lovely light sources add color and even texture.



 3. Add a Pouffe

Winter interior design trends

 pouffe /po͞of/noun

A cushioned footstool or low seat with no back, essentially a big knitted ball of wool for your feet.





4. Add Luxurious Comfort and Warmth

Indulge yourself with this season’s throws, rugs, and cushions; plush, strokable textures are as important as warmth.

Place a sheepskin rug on the floor and toss one over an ottoman or a chaise to provide a toasty spot to tuck chilly toes while reading or relaxing.
Add a fur-covered stool to any space to give it instant warmth and style.


To instantly add warmth, place faux fur on your bed with a warm winter blanket and a sheepskin rug beside it.


5. Create Warm and Holiday Cheer with this Christmas Tree Designed for Small Spaces

If you love decorating for the holidays but cannot fit a tree in your home, our small-space holiday decorating ideas are sure to provide some great options.

I love how warm and inviting this idea of a tree is.
You can still have the smell and feel of a Christmas tree by placing branches in decorative vases. If the branches are large and strong enough, you can decorate them and even add lights.

Enjoy More decorating ideas for small spaces


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