Winter home decor isn’t just about decorating for one particular holiday—it’s about fostering cozy vibes all season long. So how do you do that? By decking the halls (literally) with velvet pillows, taper candles, throw blankets, string lights, and garlands galore. Even if a trip to Aspen, Stowe, or Telluride isn’t in the cards this year, spruce up your space with wooden skis and pint-sized tchotchkes that offer the look and feel of a luxurious ski resort. As for a color palette, stick to hues like white, cream, evergreen, and metallics to turn your home into a frosted winter wonderland. We’re sharing our favorite seasonal buys that you can keep up for many chilly months to come.
How charming are these wooden homes made from oak, maple, and walnut? Build a neighborhood complete with cabins, chalets, brownstones, and townhomes—they’re the definition of model homes.
If you have a large porch or foyer to spruce up for the season, add a pair of these 20th-century wooden downhill skis for a wintry touch.
Obviously, taper candles are an easy way to dress up your home year-round, but the texture and staggered shapes in this set are extra-special. The moss-colored candles convey the feels of a sylvan forest, but a mixture of green and parchment (the cream-colored collection) would be stunning, too.
Dress up your dinner table with linen napkins ensconced with festive napkin rings. Their gold metallic finish and jingling sound will get everyone in the holiday spirit.
Spend chilly nights under this super-soft throw blanket, which will look effortlessly chic if casually draped over a couch or chair anytime it’s not in use.
If you’re decorating your home for winter, a garland is a must. This pearl white glass garland doesn’t feel specific to one holiday or another; in fact, it’s versatile and glamorous enough to stay up all season long, which is exactly why it’s a must-buy.
Fill a hurricane vase with these mini pine cones if you’re not up for foraging them yourself. Add a large pillar candle to illuminate their natural beauty.
Even if you don’t have a fireplace, a small stack of white logs adds a natural touch to your winter décor.
We love the quirky, bulbous nature of these candle holders, which are made from beech wood in the Netherlands. Choose a single hue (such as green for the holidays) or mix and match a few colors for your next tablescape.
Upgrade your throw pillow situation with this French design. The contrasting green hues on these scalloped-edge pillows are just darling for the holiday season.
The team at Annie Selke wrapped this festive garland around a large hurricane vase, which is simply brilliant. Worried about destructive cats and little ones? The balls are made of plastic, so they’re totally shatterproof.
Adds to cart immediately. The interlocking emerald green fabric elevates any room design.
Featuring sweet embroidered adornments like skiers, Champagne glasses, and vintage sleds, these cotton napkins are festive enough to use from December through February.
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Give your bookcase a festive touch with this coffee table book. It’s the ultimate après-ski read.
I didn’t know that I needed to build a collection of light-up glass mushrooms until now. They’re battery-operated, which means it’ll be easy to keep the glow alive for years to come.
Its trademarked name holds true—this is, hands down, the softest, coziest blanket I’ve ever wrapped myself in. And if you’re like me, you’ll probably want to drape it over your couch all the time, for bundling up year-round.
Hang this felt garland, which is made in Nepal, from banisters, mantles, and more. Choose among five different colorways or grab the bunch for very merry holiday décor.
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