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Holiday Decor That Can Stay All Winter Long

It’s almost Christmas and I am so looking forward to having some time off to relax and enjoy the Holidays! Family time and time to make memories for sure. I have to admit that usually around New Years though, I get anxious and a little melancholic at the same time. Anxious to start fresh in every kind of way and also decor wise of course. And melancholic, because this favourite time of year that it is for me, is coming to an end. Each year I wish Christmas and all it’s preparations and decorations would last a little while longer.

But hey, why can’t wintertime be as special in terms of decor? Sure, maybe I will take out the typical red decor items, but a lot of my already pretty simple Holiday decor can really stay all the way through winter, maybe just changed around a bit. Well, in case you’re feeling the same, here is some inspiration to keep up the Holiday decor all winter long. Really Simple. Really Beautiful.

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Holiday Decor That Can Stay All Winter Long





Winter Villages



Pine Cones



Simple Greens In Vases

“ (via Un Noël classique en Suède | | PLANETE DECO a homes worldPLANETE DECO a homes world) ”



Faux Snow Candle Holders


Simple Green Wreath



Decorating With Logs


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I am still not ready, I mean, Christmas is just about to happen, but I know I will be very soon, so this is really getting my creative juices flowing. I hope yours too! Wishing you a wonderful Wednesday!

Btw, my kindergarten kiddos will perform our long practiced song today in front of the whole school and parents, wish us luck! Who’s got a beard that’s long and white?? Must be Santa! Anyways, they were doing great rehearsing, and it is such a fun week seeing my little ones all excited.  I hope it all goes well.


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  • Keri Roberts
    24/12/2017 at 05:39

    Katrin, these winter decor ideas are perfect for keeping up for a while. Thanks for sharing them. Oh your little ones must have been so excited about performing their song. I’m sure they did a wonderful job, and I’m sure they were super cute singing it.

  • Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff
    21/12/2017 at 20:44

    If it weren’t for the hubby and the boys I would leave the Christmas tree and Christmas decorations up till March… But, I cannot… You’ve got some great ideas listed here! Might give them a try!

    • Katrin
      23/12/2017 at 08:33

      hahaha, yes exactly!!! Have a wonderful time Marjan, Thank you!

  • Michelle Leslie
    21/12/2017 at 05:49

    I so get what you’re saying about Christmas Katrin. It’s such a special time of the year, so full of expectation and loveliness and then bam, all gone. Love all the inspiration you shared to keep that lovely vibe going for a few more months and I’m sure your kids did beautifully yesterday, they’ve got you for a teacher 😉

    • Katrin
      23/12/2017 at 08:32

      Right? i need that vibe in January and want to have it just a little longer! The kiddos did such a wonderful job singing their song, all went really well 🙂

  • Ardith
    21/12/2017 at 01:02

    These are beautiful choices, Katrin. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Ardith

    • Katrin
      23/12/2017 at 08:31

      They are , Thanks Ardith, Merry Christmas to you too!!

  • Ellen
    20/12/2017 at 23:21

    Your ideas are perfectly inspired and beautiful too! This year my theme (revisited from 1996) is Snowmen. I loved the idea of not having to take everything down and packing it all away right after Christmas. Benjamin is all about snow and snowmen this year, which prompted the return of 1996. The only thing that I did not repeat was covering the Christmas tree branches with cotton to mimic snow. It was divine, but took me 9 hours for a 7 foot tree and dozens of boxes of rolled cotton. Your ideas are much less labor intensive and 21 years later…a must! Love those wrapped candles and it’s now on my list. Thank-you for these last minute lovely ideas that will stay until Feb.!

    • Katrin
      23/12/2017 at 08:30

      Oh that is a great theme, and wow I can imagine that covering the tree in cotton must have been such hard work but looked amazing! Wishing you a lovely day Ellen!

  • Tanya Derrey Bingham
    20/12/2017 at 20:04

    Katrin I LOVE the greens in vases, leaf wrapped candles, and the great ideas. As usual your post and photos are BEAUTIFUL!!!

    • Katrin
      23/12/2017 at 08:28

      These ideas are so great hey?? Photos are not mine, they look amazing, I agree!! Thanks friend!

  • Mary
    20/12/2017 at 16:26

    Katrin I also feel this way after Christmas, everything feels so bare. I love your ideas of keeping some of the ornaments that are just perfect for the winter. And I love those tin houses.

    • Katrin
      23/12/2017 at 08:27

      Right? The tin houses are so pretty hey?? I think they look great for winter too!

  • Julia - Vintage with Laces
    20/12/2017 at 11:00

    I like your winter decoration features very much, Katrin. Nature elements and beautiful lights are just perfect for the winter season. Have fun celebrating with your kindergarden kids today! I’m sure they’ll do great performing the song.
    I wasn’t been able to comment last week. My comments just disappeared. Hopefully it works today.

    • Katrin
      23/12/2017 at 08:05

      Thanks Julia, these are all great ideas and I plan on using some for sure!
      I don’t know why the comment section does that, I have had it happen a few times and it ends up somewhere else… Well, this time it worked, Thanks Julia!