New year…those are the famous words this year. After many of challenges and adventures from 2020, I wanted to do a clean crisp start to the new year and that even means cozy farmhouse winter styling This year I made a goal to keep things simple and overcome the challenges. I am making sure to start with the cozy spaces of the home. Winter whites and wood tones are my go to’s for the winter vibe.
Starting with the space that is the welcoming of the home, the entryway. This space I had all of the Christmas green tones and winter greens here but I wanted to make it light and bright. I brought in the winter crisp whites and wood tones to create a warm feeling when you enter the home.
Many times I get the questions of how do you decide what you want to layer winter spaces. My first thought of what I do is, what do I find warm and cozy? My mind goes straight to chunky throws, baskets, and greens. That is where I start to build my base for the space.
When finishing up this space I popped in some fun winter elements, like a sled and winter snow boots. Then for the final look I layered with the chunky sweater pillow. All the layers and textures that you have in this space is creating that cozy vibe for your home.
Cozy winter bedrooms are a must. My favorite phrase for this is “layer them up” What do I mean by that? During the winter I still want the crisp clean feeling but I want to be cozy. The must haves in the bedroom is a chunky throw, layered bedding, and tons of pillows.
Although both of the bedrooms are similar I do keep them different that way I have a few textured layered looks for the winter. Warm duvet covers and blankets are what is used in our home a on a daily base. When styling spaces I keep in mind that I still want them to be functional.
Functional is the big goal when styling the bedrooms, like I mentioned. I have this vintage wall hook in the master bedroom and it is the best source of being functional. This space is layered for the winter with chunky throws and bags that I love to use during the winter. Then of course I had to bring in those winter greens with a sweet puppy face.
Funny story about this space, I was styling this space and little miss Magnolia had to get into this space and be all cozy. The best part was that she pop her little head up on the bed with those adorable floppy ears.
The guest bedroom is layering with a chunky pillows and a fun mantel that has fun elements on it. I love adding in a fun element with vintage pieces and light textures to bring in warm for winter. This vintage picture and cloche help add different dimension to the space.
The kitchen is always a fun space to change and style. This space I chose to keep it simple and airy. Layer with fresh greens and winter white pieces. The table was fun to create, did you happen to check out my Instagram stories of how this tablescape came about? If not friends, you really missed out. I wanted a fun space that is fun with winter greens and textures.
My vintage mug rack is one of my favorite pieces to style. Layer your tablescape with simple winter white linen napkins a fun layer of silverware and table runner.
One of my favorite ways to use a table runner is to fold it in half and make it look like a large tea towel on the table. They are so much fun to use this way since sometimes they are not long enough for your table.
Those are my favorite spaces to style in our home but they are some other fun winter spaces that I did create to that my main focus was baskets and winter greens. I will be sharing those more in depth next week but, here is a little sneak peak to hopefully help inspire you to create cozy spaces in your home.
Styling for winter does not have to be one that makes you want to scream, make it fun and warm. I hope these tips will help you create some fun winter spaces for your home. Thank you for stopping by the blog today and everyday. Make sure you check out this easy how to create peg rack that you see in my laundry room before you leave, XOXO