As the days grow shorter and the temperatures drop, decorating your family room with winter decorations can add a touch of winter magic.
Whether you’re looking for a simple and elegant touch or something more elaborate, there are plenty of winter decorations to choose from. From pillow covers and blankets to wreaths and garlands, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. On the blog today, we’ll take a look at some of the best winter decorations to help you add a touch of warmth and cheer to your home this season.
The Best Ways to Add Winter Decorations to Your Family Room
The family room is where we spend a lot of time in our home. We gather here, dine here, watch movies and sports, and relax as often as we can. This year’s winter decorations in the family room might just be my favorite!
Here are tips for decorating your family room.
Pick a Color Scheme
Use a color scheme: Use a color scheme of warm tones that you love to create a cozy and inviting space. I chose sage green and a warm taupe as my winter color palette.
Warm Toned Lighting
Accent the lighting: You can use warm-toned lighting in your lamps and candles to create a cozy ambiance. I just discovered and updated all of my bulbs to daylight bulbs in all of my lamps. What a difference this simple change has made!
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Add Blankets and Throws
Cozy up with blankets and throws: Add blankets and throws to your furniture to create a warm and inviting space for your family and friends to curl up and get comfy.
Add texture: Incorporate texture into your decor using items such as woolen rugs, chippy furniture, and textured pillows.
Add Winter Florals
Use winter flowers: Add winter flowers that compliment your color palette to add a touch of color to your space.
A quick and easy arrangement of faux hydrangeas on the dining table will last all season.
Additionally, I added a fresh flower arrangement on the coffee table.
Light some candles: Use candles to create a warm and inviting ambiance in your family room, you can use scented candles to add a wintery fragrance to your space.
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How I Used Sage Green and Taupe in our Family Room
As I mentioned, I chose sage green and taupe for my winter palette. Sage and taupe are stylish color combinations that can add a sophisticated and elegant touch to any space.
Sage is a versatile color that can be used as the primary color in a room. You can paint the walls sage, add sage-colored furniture, or use sage-colored accents and accessories.
Neutral colors like taupe complement sage so I used a taupe-colored rug, lighting, and accents to balance the sage.
I also mixed and matched patterns in sage and taupe to add interest and dimension to the space. As you can see here, I combined a sage floral patterned pillow with a taupe geometric pillow pattern.
Texture was added to the table by adding items such as woven placemats and double chargers.
Metallic copper accents add a touch of glamour and shine to the space.
Art, such as paintings or photographs, is another way to add color to a room. The Samsung Frame TV offers an art feature that allows me to add art in shades of sage and taupe to add a personal touch to the space.
I think it is a good idea to mix in a few other colors and the purple in the painting on my TV balances the space and makes it more dynamic.
By adding winter decorations to your family room, you can create a stylish and sophisticated space that combines the elegance of sage and the warmth of taupe.
Frequently Asked Questions
Adding a warm and cozy blanket, throw pillows, and candles can create a cozy atmosphere.
Adding a large area rug can add warmth to the room, both visually and physically.
Incorporating warm lighting, such as table lamps or floor lamps, can also add warmth.
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