Today I’m sharing Winter Shelf Styling Ideas! Tips and products I like to use for the months in between holiday and spring!
While I was packing my Christmas away, I made sure to keep a few non-holiday winter prints out on display. I love to mix a few non-winter pieces of artwork in as well. Below, you can see I used this Minted Wild Radish Artwork with this Snowy Man In The Woods print. My shelves aren’t entirely winter, but it is sprinkled throughout.
Along with the winter artwork, I like to sprinkle in family photos in more muted and winter-like colors. Save the brighter colored family photos for spring and summer. Use frames with texture in earth tones this time of year. I love this McGee & Co Double Weave Frame.
I also stick to neutral colors for my home decor books on display for winter. The combo of this Houses: Atelier AM book with this Down To Earth book is my favorite right now. Both are beautiful books to flip through, as well as stunning styled on open shelving.
Adding candles to your open shelving is the perfect way to add coziness to your winter shelves. I’m in LOVE with this McGee & Co. Candle, as well as this more affordable Cement Hearth & Hand With Magnolia Target option. If you would rather, a Flameless LED Pillar Candle is also a great choice.
Faux greenery is always a good idea on open shelving! These Faux Fern Drop-Ins look very realistic and look great in a basket or vase. I also love this affordable Mini Faux Potted Plant stacked on top of a couple of books.
Tips For Winter Shelf Styling:
- Sprinkle in winter art prints
- Add a candle or two (or three)
- Use family photos in more muted colors. Pictures of kids in the snow would also be perfect!
- Stack books in earth tones throughout (vertically & horizontally)
- Add a basket or vase (or both) with fresh or faux greenery
If you would like to read all about how we turned IKEA Billy Bookcases into the wall of built-ins shown above, find the IKEA Billy Bookcase Hack Tutorial Here.
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