When it comes to a winter home décor, it means every part of the room needs the seasonal updates, including the windows. Also, they are the most noticeable feature of any room in a house. Thus, they really deserve a winter makeover. Turn your drab windows into something pretty and frosted through decorations. But, we are not just talking about drapery or curtain. We are speaking about exclusive winter window decoration ideas.
So, cheer up your wintertime with these simple décor ideas.
1. Snowflake Icicle Light
Bring the snowy and wintery vibe into your home. You can use snowflake ornaments to decorate your window. Buy or create them and install on your window to cheer up the winter decoration in your home. With the white color of the snowflakes, it can strengthen the winter vibe in your home and make the winter season more pleasant.
Have some snowman stickers? Fix them on your wall. This idea may be the lightest window décor, but it gives you an enchanting look of the window from the outside. Make it like a real window guard by also fixing a sign says “peeking not allowed” over it.
Winterize your window décor by having a snowball wreath hangs over your window. Create your snowball from styrofoam balls wrapped in colorful yarn, or burlap. To add its super-simple style, you can have one snowflake ornament attaches to it.
Design Wreath is made from soft white fur on a cute window that is combined with a red and green Christmas house. Added accents of cups and pillows with snowflake motifs. creating a special winter ornament.
Draping garland along the top and bottom of your windows is another way to decorate your windows during winter. Use as many various garland materials as you have, such as evergreens, pine cones, cutouts, and flowers. Isn’t it easy to make?
Make a few hearts, then cut into pieces. All you need is to hang it over the window or fix it on your window. If possible, attach the fairy lights above the heart details. So, you can have a brighter heart icon at night. We hope the window decoration ideas above inspire and motivate you to decorate your window for the winter. If you need to save these ideas, please copy them.