Transitioning from Christmas to Winter Decor

Tips and ideas for transitioning from Christmas to winter decor plus New Year’s party ideas and party clean up tips!

It’s real. The after-the-Christmas-holidays need to empty your whole house of glitter, wrapping paper, extra toys, and greenery… Whether you have already thrown it all out or you wait until mid January, I’ve got some excellent tips on how to transition your home from Christmas to winter decor. Plus, if you’re hosting for New Year’s Eve, you won’t want to miss the party ideas and clean up tips. Check out all these posts below, and happy New Year’s Eve eve!

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Tips for Transitioning from Christmas to Winter Decor:

Maison de Pax | Quick Tips for Winter Decorating

bookshelf styling tips

Designthusiasm | Transitioning to Winter Decor After Christmas

Transitioning to Winter Decor After Christmas -

On Sutton Place | Easy Neutral Winter Decor Ideas

winter decor ideas on sutton place

Shabbyfufu | Five Easy Ways To Transition To Winter Decorating


New Year’s Eve Party Ideas and Party Clean up Tips:

So Much Better With Age | New Year’s Eve Party Ideas


StoneGable | 10 Priceless Tips For Cleaning Up After A Party


One Last Look at Christmas Decor:

Savvy Southern Style | The Christmas Farmhouse Style Bedroom

Christmas Farmhouse Style Bedroom

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  1. Everything is lovely, but I just don’t get the thing with putting the books backwards on the shelves! Just looks funny to me!

    1. Haha. Thanks, Gayle. I know it’s not for everyone… but many of these antique books are family heirlooms, so we don’t read them very often anyway. 🙂 Thanks so much!

  2. Everything looks lovely, sometimes the transition from Christmas to winter decor can be hard for me. But I found that a couple of furry pillows and lots of candles can do miracles. Thank you for the inspiring post.

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