We are in the deepest cold of winter with negative temperatures and everything is buried under a thick blanket of snow. What glows in the wintry landscape are all the beautiful evergreen trees and the leafless branches and tree trunks.
I got inspired by this muted and peaceful color palette and brought it indoors to decorate our living room for winter.
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Seasonal decorating doesn’t have to cost a lot of money or take a lot of time to put together. This winter living room was done in no time with things I already own. I only purchased two checker plaid throw pillows, which cost $12.88 for both pillow covers. I also made two DIY hanging juniper botanical prints and I scored a free antique slat rocking chair on Craigslist.
Another inexpensive idea for seasonal decorating is to take a walk, snap a picture, and pop it into a frame. I took a photo of the church to the left of our property and had it enlarged at our copy center for $2.00.
I like to use different types of greenery during the winter than I used during the holidays. I clipped some juniper and pine cone bush branches from our land and sprinked them throughout the room.
For the cupboard, I kept it simple with fresh greenery, pinecones, and tealight candles.
I also hung an oil lantern above the crock and vintage snowshoes on the antique door.
I hope this inpired you to infuse some winter cheer to your home, even if you are short on time and working on a shoestring budget.
With love and gratitude,