25 Winter-White Holiday Decorating Ideas Making Us Wish For Snow
A white Christmas is on everyone’s wish list, but regardless of the weather you can always achieve the covetable snow-dusted look indoors. Click through for winter white holiday decorating ideas to bring an enchanting look to your home this season.
Spruce up a white kitchen with pieces from nature. A hanging branch brings seasonal sculpture to this white kitchen that’s reminiscent of a winter scene.
Dress up your dining table with white on white. This monochromatic look is anything but boring thanks to layers of texture in the same snowy hue. A garland and wreath made of greenery and seasonal fruit stands out against the serene setting.
Decorate with feathers. This mantelscape pairs a white feathered wreath and matching trees with shiny silver accessories for an ethereal look.
Try a white tree. Colorful ornaments sit pretty and get the attention they deserve on this white Christmas tree that’s the perfect blank slate.
Bring dimension to white with gold. Gold foliage and metallic accessories glamorize this snow-white mantelscape, bringing subtle contrast and sparkle.
Fluff up your mantel with pom-poms. This DIY garland made of yarn creates the illusion of fluffy snowballs and softens the hard lines of the fireplace.
Get crafty with birchbark. This wreath’s white birchbark leaves offer up a wintry look. Tiny red cardinals are a festive touch.
Welcome with beautiful white calligraphy. Transform your entryway mirror into a welcome sign to greet holiday guests. White ink keeps the feel soft and serene.
Dress up an all-white room with greenery. A garland draped over the mantel and freshly picked sprigs on the chandelier are a laid-back approach to holiday decorating in this serene space.
Entice with simple sparkle. Ornate vases, a metallic garland and drop crystals on the mantel add a touch of sparkle to this simple white space.
Try a tasty spin on place settings. These mini gingerbread houses make unique place settings for a holiday get together and double as dessert.
Get creative for the kids. Mini white paper bags hold fun treats, small gifts and special notes from Mom and Dad in this personalized advent calendar.
Create a charming vignette. This white room exudes coziness with plush pillows and a shag rug. Decorations enclosed in glass cloches create the feeling of a winter wonderland.
Mimic the look of snow-covered trees indoors. This miniature white-flocked tree stands tall on a wood side table. The lavender and white palette offers a wintry feel.
Mix metallics for a dose of holiday glamor. Gold and silver accents add glitz to this living room designed by Sarah Richardson, creating the perfect spot for a Christmas cocktail party.
Incorporate string lights for maximum coziness. Globe lights strung across a peg rail cozy up this bedroom for an affordable price and create the illusion of a starry night sky.
Use white to accent a lush evergreen. Milky white ornaments ring in the holidays with a classic and sophisticated feel.
Make edible snow globes. This gingerbread village is as sweet to look at as it is to eat. Encased in sugar-filled jars to mimic snow, this creative vignette is guaranteed to keep your kitchen smelling like a bakery all through the holidays.
Leave a lasting impression with a beautiful wreath. A simple white grosgrain ribbon and sprigs of snowberries elevate the greenery.
Try an understated tablescape. This table setting features a mix of rustic (cerused wood and dried thistles) and refined (crystal glasses and vintage silverware) elements. Place settings are wrapped up like presents using twine.
Make shortbread-inspired ornaments. Roll out porcelain clay and use cookie cutters and stamps to create keepsake ornaments that double as placecards. Punch a hole at the top of each ornament using a plastic straw and let them dry overnight on a baking tray. Once dry, apply a thin coat of white paint over top of the stamped ornaments using a foam roller, and thread pieces of ribbon through the holes.
Add plush pieces to warm up a white space. Bring a wintry feel to a white bedroom with layers of texture.
Draw attention with a burst of color. This shelving display’s neutral palette is complemented by a simple burst of red, adding Christmas flair to this vignette.
Use a white envelope to your advantage. Eucalyptus, a garland of greenery and tea lights in mercury glass are all that’s needed to bring a magical holiday vibe to this rustic barn.
Be inspired by what’s outside your window. If the weather cooperates, there’s nothing like a fresh dusting of snow to create the ultimate Christmas curb appeal.