Etsy Roundup: Winter Décor

There’s no short of festive winter décor in stores right now. But, it can all
start looking really same-same. So, if you’re looking for unique décor items,
but don’t want to make them yourself, what are you options? Design blogger
Kirsten Krason says Etsy is her go-to shop, for those one-of-a-kind décor
items. She shares an Etsy roundup of all things winter!

Winter Terrarium: Doodle Birdie

Terrariums are really hot right now in design. It’s like an aquarium but for
plants instead of fish! I am obsessed with this winter wonderland terrarium.
It’s whimsical and the best part is it’s super easy to keep alive! Just spray it
with water every few weeks.

Snow on Snow Print: Sarah Jane Studios

This little cottage print is called snow on snow. It captures that feeling of
coziness that we call love in the wintertime. This print would be a great thing
to pull out each winter season to start getting you in the mood for snow!

Holiday Poinsettia Pillow: 603 Home

Isn’t this pillow adorable! I love the homemade yet sophisticated feel of it.
Plus better way to add a seasonal feel to your home than with a poinsettia
and bells!

Woodland Deer Holiday Pillow: Blue Leaf Boutique

This is a hand-drawn and hand-stitched pillow done in a folk type style. It’s
got all your holiday favorites. Rudolph’s red nose, snowy white-mountains,
holly wreath, red berries and the north star!

Glittery Penguins: Wish Daisy

These little guys are right up my alley. Cute and glittery! What more could
you ask for. I think these would be a hit in any room in your house. I could
see them in a bathroom on the sink, standing on a coffee table book, atop a
mantle or even on a window ledge.

Custom Silhouette tray: Simply Silhouettes

These are really unique and a great way to add some personal decor to your
home. You just send her the pictures of who you want included on the tray
and she’ll put each person in their own snowflake. Please note there is a long
lead time on these so order them fast if you want them for the Holiday

Cable Knit Coasters: Red Bird Ink

When I think of winter I think of cable knit. These coasters are really
beautiful. They are letter-pressed with a dark gold ink. These would make a
great gift or how fun would they be to pull out at a Holiday Party. They would
look really great on a winter theme tablescape.

Let it Snow Banner: Designs by Devany

Once again I am loving glitter! I think this would be really beautiful hanging
from a mantle. In my house I don’t have a mantle so I had to improvise and I
decided to hang it between my windows which I think is also a fun idea.

Pinecone Garland: Naturally Natalie

I love pine-cones in the winter and I especially love when people find ways to
decorate them. They are such a beautiful natural decoration. This garland
would also be great on a mantle.

Monogram Wreath: Embellished Living:

This wreath is decorated with natural twine and paper rosettes. This is a
great way to personalize a wreath. Plus I think you could even leave this
monogram out all year!

Shabby Chic Paper Wreath: Pretty Foldings

I love bringing in a little bit of red with my winter decor. Each of these little
flowers is made by hand and glued onto the wreath that has been covered in
ribbon. This is what I love about Etsy. Handmade products this detailed are
hard to find elsewhere.

Boxwood Wreath: Blaithin Blair

Boxwood is one of my favorite things about winter. I just think it’s so
beautiful. I love it in garlands and wreaths. They are made to-order so they
are incredibly fresh. They are beautiful on their own but you could easily add
other berries or flowers to them if you wanted.

Musical Holiday Wreath: Crafty Lori Jean

Each of these flowers has been hand rolled with sheet music. This wreath is
great for the family that enjoys music. How cute would it be on the door to
your music room. But even if you are not musically talented like me you can
still enjoy it.

Kirsten Krason is a designer and blogger. She loves mixing her two passions
of blogging and Interior Design to bring advice and inspiration to her
thousands of readers. If you are in need of full service design services or
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