No matter the season, farmhouse decor offers simplicity and comfort. Winter is especially a great time of year to embrace farmhouse decor, as it brings a warm touch to your home. Use our winter farmhouse guide to help you keep your home cozy all winter long.
Winter Farmhouse Color Scheme
Winter farmhouse decor is best characterized by light colors such as birch, cream, and white with pops of brown, burnt orange, and various shades of green. Keep your wall colors light to provide a neutral palette for your decor throughout the year. Bring in pops of color with greenery and pieces of furniture.
For example, the European Farmhouse Camelback Desk by Guild Master embraces the essence of the winter farmhouse color scheme with its summer green base paint finished with woodland sage green. Another beautiful piece is the Solid Mango Wood Cabinet by Yosemite Home Décor. This versatile piece adds a touch of color with its soft crackle country blue-green finish and aged brass hardware.
Winter Farmhouse Antiques
Antiques exude the warmth and charm, which are the hallmarks of winter farmhouse decor. If you do not have access to antiques, opt for new items with an antique look and feel. Weathered furniture items and accents give a “well lived-in” feel to your home making it a welcoming environment.
The Cornwall Round Dining Table by Four Hands captures winter farmhouse decor at its best. Made from reclaimed pine and finished in stucco white and sundried ash, this table emits a welcoming vibe in your winter dining room scheme.
Winter Farmhouse Rustic
The Zealand Trestle Bench by Yosemite Home Décor offers a farmhouse appeal and serves as a functional piece. Made from solid New Zealand Pine, this wire brushed wood is both durable and sustainable. This piece is ideal for your mudroom or front entryway.
Winter Farmhouse Lighting
When it comes to lighting up your winter farmhouse, you will want to think of interesting ways to incorporate light without using overly decorative lighting options.
Create a glow in your winter farmhouse kitchen with the Booth Island Chandelier by Quoizel. This piece embodies the industrial farmhouse look with its raw metal bands, metal mesh, and faux rivet. The vintage filament bulbs further enhance the beauty of this piece.