How to Add Pops of Color to Your Winter Décor

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

Snow is finally hitting our area and it seems to be trying to make up for lost time. While it is beautiful, the monochrome landscape isn’t doing much for my mood. Instead of twiddling my thumbs waiting for spring to arrive I’m getting proactive. If you are suffering from the winter blues too, bring the color inside your home. To help you get started, I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. It’s easier than you might think!

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If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

Throw Pillows

Throw pillows are an easy way to add pops of color to your décor. You can find them in thousands of colors and styles to fit your décor and your mood. I love this family rules pillow from Shutterfly! Personalize it with your family name and throw it in a comfy chair. You have just created a bright and cheerful reading nook to relax in! It doesn’t get much easier than that.

 

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

Mantel

Don’t forget to dress up your mantel, too. This is one of the easiest areas of your home to add some color to. Be creative when choosing items and layer sizes to create visual interest. Here are some awesome ideas for what to add to your mantel:

 

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

Paintings/Pictures – Your child’s artwork can totally be utilized as mantel décor. Throw it in a frame and display it proudly. Your kids will love being included in your decorating!

Toys – I collect unique and nerdy toys that absolutely deserved to be displayed. I don’t recommend using your kids’ toys because they will likely try to scale your fireplace to play with them.

 

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

Candles – These are another super easy way to add color to your décor. Up your décor personalization with colorful candles that display family photos. The awesome ones in the photos came from Shutterfly and are beautiful. They also smell incredible which makes me one happy momma.

Fabric – You can totally swag some colorful fabric across your mantel and then add your décor pieces on top. This adds additional depth and color to your home instantly.

 

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

Bookshelves

Bookshelves aren’t just for books! Even if your shelves are packed to the brim with books, like mine, you can add some pops of color. Add some colorful toys or trinkets in front of your books. For some reason our family has an excess of fun banks. These make fantastic decorative pieces.

Tip:

  • Don’t overload your shelves or they will look cluttered. Stick with 2-3 items per shelf grouped in a corner.

 

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

Wall Art

This is another fast and easy way to add some color to your winter décor. You can purchase your favorite family photo on a canvas from Shutterfly to display on your wall year-round. You can also make your artwork like this DIY Family Wall Art. Either way, you’ll have some gorgeous, colorful accents for your wall.

 

If you are suffering from the winter blues, bring the color inside your home. I’m sharing some easy tips for how to add pops of color to your winter décor. #ad

Brighten up your winter with these tips to add pops of color to your winter décor! Shutterfly makes it so easy by making custom pieces designed by you that are delivered right to your door. Open the package, toss into place in your home, and you’re done. It’s the perfect easy solution for busy moms. Don’t forget to utilize what you have in new ways too. Don’t limit your décor to traditional items. Get creative and see what you can re-imagine. What is your favorite way to add color to your winter décor? Let me know in the comments!

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I’m a nerdy, crafty mom of three adorable little kids. I love writing and creating, but in my non-existent free time I also love karaoke, taking my kids to the zoo, and reading. I got my degree in Science (no idea how that happened) but I took every English class I could get my hands on because, yeah, I’m that girl.

  • Kim~madeinaday

    Lovin all the pink! Not sure I would call it winter here in NC. It’s been in the 70’s for the last few weeks! Ugh! Sharing on Twitter! #MM
    Kim