Favorite Rustic Winter Decor

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This week after Christmas I really wanted to focus on winter decor here on the blog to help any of you struggling with taking your Christmas decor & not knowing what to do with your house, or those who are about to take your christmas decor down & are sad because you don’t want a bare house. Of course I’ll be sharing our winter home soon, but today I wanted to share some inspiration for you that I have been loving & some of my favorite winter decor that inspires me. I shared some of my favorite winter decor last year at this time [here] so you can call todays post part two. I hope you enjoy this lovely rustic winter decor inspiration & that it makes you a little less sad to take down your Christmas decor in your own homes. Of course there is so much more winter decor inspiration out there, here are just a few of my favorite winter decor elements to get you started…

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Natural greenery wreaths & rustic elements [here]


Pinecone mason jar candle holders [here]


Lovely greens on a chandelier [here]


hanging some lovely cozy garland for texture [here]


simple mini rosemary wreaths [here]

Lots of chunky throws lying around the house [here]


Basket filled with greens, birch logs, & a cozy blanket [here]


Cable knits & faux fur accents [here]


Giant wooden snowflakes [here] here is a great tutorial for one as well [here]


A rustic fireplace with skis, birch, & lots of candles [here]


Having a hot cocoa bar in the house all winter [here]


Super simple winter wreaths [here]

DIY winter snow globes [here]


Simple potted trees [here]


Displaying rust skis [here]


Cozy rustic bedroom with winter greens & winter art [here]


Display a “let it snow” sign [here]


Add birch candles around the house [here]


Cozy seating all over the house [here]


Wood slices, mercury glass candle holders, & greenery filled table [here]


Buckets of pinecones & other natural elements [here]


An epic wintery gallery wall [here]

This pinecone art [here]

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Lanterns & greenery [here]


cinnamon sticks, linen, & pine [here]


Cozy gray winter living room [here]


Wreath on a skin [here] enough said.


& of course more faux fur [here]

I could keep going, but I will stop there for today. I am obsessed with rustic winter decor & honestly you could use all of these elements for Christmas decor & winter decor just to make it easy on yourself. Winter decor seems to be a tough one because it comes after such a grand decor holiday so I hope this helped a tiny bit. What is your favorite way to decorate for winter? Let me know in the comments below, find me on Facebook, & chat with me on Instagram. As always, THANK YOU for stopping by my little blog it means so much to me! xx

See more winter decor inspiration [here]

See where you can buy some awesome winter decor [here]


See this dreamy winter bedroom [here]

14 thoughts on “Favorite Rustic Winter Decor

  1. Terri

    Love this post. I used my grandmother and great grandmother’s real furs and turned them into throws and pillows. They are so beautiful and I like that they aren’t tucked away in a box in the attic. I would never wear them here in south Florida.

  2. LizzyO

    Love everything! I have a giant rosemary bush that I have had for 7 years or so. Due to our mild winter here in Michigan, I have been able to leave it out and it is growing out of control! Great idea to make the rosemary wreaths and hang as garland on my fireplace mantel! Looking forward to the opening of your store!!

  3. Katrina V.

    Thank you!! I needed this! I was super sad putting Christmas away this year…and not finding the inspiration I needed! This was perfect & right on time for me! Thank you, thank you! Your blog & IG are my very favorite!

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  5. Mic Jagoer

    Elizabeth forgot part of the inspirational words , your blog is that so when you praise you raise and when we complain we remain! You are a very strong young woman , chin up , we are very blessed to have you and J ose back safely in Mich. keep up the good work honey

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