In this Cozy Winter Home Tour, I share all the elements I love to incorporate this time of year and I hope it is an inspiration to you!
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After the holidays, I always ask myself – how can I make my house cozy in the winter? Over the years, I have found different elements that can help achieve this, and today I want to share them in this cozy winter home tour.
I recently shared some of these cozy spaces on YouTube, but I wanted to share a blog post for those that love to read about all of the details. I also am including my living room and sunroom in this tour!
It finally feels like winter here in Michigan! After a mild January, the snow has finally come and as I type this I am watching a beautiful snow storm from my window.
As much as I enjoy watching the snowfall – this time of year makes me want to bundle up inside, snuggle with thick throw blankets, enjoy hot tea and just surround myself with all things cozy!
I recently shared a blog post on Simple Cozy Home Ideas for Wintertime. I have loved taking my time decorating for winter, and incorporating so many of these ideas into my home.
Cozy Winter Home – Dining Room
My dining room space is an area that constantly evolves, from the chairs, to the hutch, to the console table, I love playing with this space until it just feels “right.”
I have had so many beautiful pieces in this space, but currently I feel like the green console table is a perfect fit. I scored this table on Facebook Marketplace for only $25! This may not stay in here forever, but I love it for now.
I added a few simple, neutral decor touches to the table mixing wood elements with faux greenery and stoneware. I have a flameless ivory taper candle on the table, and have these candles throughout my entire home as well. They add such a cozy touch and are so much safer with the little ones!
The majority of the shelves in my dining space display my Pfaltzgraff collection, but I broke up the white with touches of glassware and wood elements. I truly enjoy decorating these shelves each season, they are one of my favorite parts of our dining space.
Between the shelves I hung an antique window above the console table. I turned this window into a mirror, which was a simple DIY project and I still love the vintage effect this gave the window.
I absolutely love my table which my husband built for me from reclaimed wood. It is a gorgeous centerpiece in this room with so much character. I have how he built this table saved on my Instagram story highlights if you want to learn more.
On the opposite wall, I still have my corner hutch displaying more Pfaltzgraff, and the DIY cutting board display holding all of my beautiful antique cutting boards. I have a super unique grocery basket below that I found antiquing just below the boards. All of these different elements really bring warmth and texture creating a cozy feel in our dining room.
Cozy Winter Home – Kitchen
I carried the cozy winter home elements into my kitchen with simple decor and warm textures throughout the space.
I also brought in a few of my grandpa’s pieces including this beautiful antique spoon rack that I recently painted. I love using his decor throughout my home whenever I can, and decided to paint his initials on this piece to make it even more special.
Similar to my dining room, I combined stoneware, baskets, copper and wood elements that once again brought so much warmth to this space and really incorporated a cozy feel.
I have a few live plants potted in beautiful antiques, and I love the pop of fresh green that I feel also helps make the kitchen cozy.
Cozy Winter Home – Living Room
After Christmas, I decided to move the antique table I had in my kitchen under our chalkboard into our living room and I absolutely love it here. This is such a beautiful piece that was easy to decorate for winter with greenery, vintage books, stoneware, and a candle.
I replaced the lampshade on my lamp with a vintage shade I found and added it to this corner for even more warmth.
Across from this space, I still have stacked baskets, and vintage artwork hung on the walls. The artwork brings color and depth to this corner but is still simple and neutral.
The fireplace of course adds such a cozy feel, from the reclaimed wood beam mantle, to the stone and painted millwork. This space has truly transformed throughout the years, and I love to turn on our electric fireplace and to sit with my boys cuddled up on the couch.
I added coziness throughout the rest of the living room with more greenery, and lots of throw blankets and vintage books. I still love the paint on our built-ins and trim. It really brings warmth and adds a cozy touch throughout our home.
Cozy Winter Home – Sunroom
We love our sunroom so much and use it daily. I am so thankful we were able to finish this space a few years ago, and I love incorporating my seasonal decor into this area as well.
I used so many of the elements from my recent post Simple Cozy Home Ideas for Wintertime. Fresh greenery, vintage artwork, candles, lamps, antique books, throw blankets and more. If you are looking for ways to add coziness to your space after the holidays, I encourage you to read it.
I hope this cozy winter home tour inspired you today friends. There are so many simple touches that you can add that really bring so much to your space. What elements do you love to incorporate to make your home cozy? I would love to read them in the comments.