Cozy Winter Home Decor – Slowly Transitioning to Spring

It’s still freezing outside and you’re not ready to transition your home to full on Spring Decor. I get it, neither am I.

In a prior post, we talked about transitioning Christmas Decor to Winter HERE. We took down the trees, got rid of all things Christmasy, but still left our home feeling like Winter.

Let’s take another step and bring in some cozy elements that will transition easily to Spring.

fullsizeoutput_7904Look no further than your local grocery store. This is such a beautiful time of year to bring fresh flowers into your home.

fullsizeoutput_7927These gorgeous pink hydrangeas were a grocery find and have lasted nearly a week so far. If you are wary of brining hydrangeas home because they wilt quickly, check out my post for a surefire tip on how to bring them back to life HERE.

fullsizeoutput_7928Bring in a chunky throw HERE. Cozying up in a chunky throw on a cold day with a cup of tea, is my recipe for happiness. The throw will transition well into Spring, I will leave mine out through March.

fullsizeoutput_792aBring out all yourĀ candles, the more the better. Nothing says romance like the flickering glow of a candle. They will brighten up any room. I recently painted these candlesticks from gold to white using spray paint, you can check out post HERE.

fullsizeoutput_78faBring on the blush! This beautiful color is perfect for Winter, Spring, and Summer. I recently bought these soft pillows from Home Goods and am thrilled at how they brighten the room against my neutral tones.

Add in a furry sheepskin rug HERE, it adds warmth to any space in the home. Looking for a versatile piece of decor, I love my bar cart HERE, I have used it on so many occasions already and it’s on SALE for $149!! Woohoo!

Lastly, if you’re feeling ambitious, how about painting your walls to brighten up your space? We recently painted our sunroom a neutral color HERE and love love love it! We went from dark gold/brown walls to light walls, it feels so inviting and appears bigger (or maybe that is because the Christmas tree is gone) šŸ™‚

Those are my tips for transitioning to Spring decor without saying goodbye to Winter Ā – Done the easy way.

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12 thoughts on “Cozy Winter Home Decor – Slowly Transitioning to Spring

  1. Absolutely gorgeous! And I love the way you use an essentially neutral palette as the foundation for your home so that you can add a variety of colors and decor for each season and holiday. So smart!

    1. Thank you Lynn!! I love neutral for sure. I have made many costly mistakes in the past going with flowery patterned sofas..only to hate them shortly after. Neutral is the way to go for me!

    1. Thank you! I am always finding new places in my home to put them, so versatile. Thanks for visiting.

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