With only a few more days of holiday decor, now is the time to start thinking about how you might swap out your festive decor pieces for something a little more seasonal. Luckily, holiday sales often include items that are neutral enough to pass as winter decor.
What's more, you can get ahead of the game for next near, scooping up discount holiday items and save hundreds of dollars in the long run.
From accent pieces and tabletop decor to garlands and wreaths, I scoured the internet for the best winter decor sale items to add to your cart before they sell out. You can refresh your space with seasonal items that aren't just for the holidays.
Winter Accent Decor
Spruce up your space for the winter season with accent decor. Right now, Pottery Barn’s holiday sale means you can get a great deal on seasonal items that are technically holiday-related but transition seamlessly into winter decor, too. From functional fireplace tools to snowy botanicals, here are our favorites.
Was $129, now $103 at Pottery Barn
With your holiday decor put away, your space might feel a little bare—especially in the botanical department. If you want to bring some of that back in with a wintery touch, consider adding these Lit Frosted Faux Berry Twig Branches from Pottery Barn to a large vase. Originally $129, you can now score a set of three of these for $103.
Was $199, now $149 at Pottery Barn
Winter is all about the fireplace vibes, and this tool set moonlights as a stunning decor piece. The Industrial 5-Piece Fireplace Tool Set comes in brass and dark bronze and features four beautifully crafted fireplace tools that hang from a matching stand. Pair it with the matching log holder, and you’re all set.
Was $169, now $126 at Pottery Barn
Winter is a smart time to add some velvet upholstery to your space, but you don’t need to swap out an entire accent chair to get the effect. Instead, go for this Everywhere Velvet Pouf, which can act as both an ottoman and extra seating. Available in two wintery colors (including berry red and evergreen), this pouf was $169 but is now on sale for $126.
Winter Bedding and Blankets
The easiest way to decorate your space for the winter season is to swap out your bedding for something a little more seasonal. From throw blankets to accent pillows to plaid sheet sets, this time of year is the best time to stock up—especially since these items aren’t really specific Christmas items. Here are a few of our favorite winter bedding and blankets from Pottery Barn’s holiday sale.
Was $179-$299, now $125-$209 at Pottery Barn
One of the best ways to spruce up your space for winter is to add cozy textures through throw blankets and pillows. The Faux Fur Ruched Throw is an easy way to add plush, cozy vibes to a couch, accent chair, or even the foot of your bed. Available in 10 colors and two sizes, this stylish yet functional piece of winter decor is a must (especially when it’s on sale).
Was $89.50, now $53 at Pottery Barn
If you love the Pottery Barn shaped pillows and aren’t ready to part ways with them just yet, the Shimmer Snowflake Shaped Pillow is an excellent option for the winter season. This gorgeous snowflake pillow is constructed from soft velvet fabric and features shimmering embroidery with glass bead details to accent the piece.
Was $129-$179, now $90-$125 at Pottery Barn
The cold of the New Year is an opportunity to swap your plain for a more homely print. The Stewart Plaid Organic Percale Sheet Set features a classic red and green plaid design that works well for the holiday season but could easily work for winter, too. The set comes with the fitted and top sheet, plus two pillowcases.
Winter Tabletop Decor
Anthropologie, JOANN, and Pottery Barn all have some of the best holiday sales happening right now, making it the best time to stock up on tabletop decor. Whether you’re looking for fireplace decor that can take the place of your stocking hangers or want a wintery take on holiday villages, we’ve got your decorating covered with these top picks.
Was $68, now $33.95 at Anthropologie
Pine cones are a winter staple and, while you might want to put away those tinsel trees, a pine cone-adorned tree is the perfect seasonal swap. This tree from Anthropologie is on sale for under $35 and features tons of gorgeous texture that looks great on an entryway, dining, or kitchen table as well as a fireplace mantle.
Was $34, now $19.95 at Anthropologie
This white-spotted reed diffuser brings white winter vibes that can open up your space with seasonal scendts of cedar and teak.
Was $19.50-$39.50, now $15.50-$31.50 at Pottery Barn
Red poinsettias might be popular for the Christmas season, but they certainly work all winter long. If you want to add the winter botanical to your home but are tired of the more obvious red, go for this white faux potted poinsettia from Pottery Barn, which is available in sizes small for $15.50 and large for $31.50.
Just because it’s time to put your Christmas tree away doesn’t mean you can’t still incorporate seasonal greenery into your space. Garlands are one of the easiest ways to celebrate the winter season and, thanks to sales at Anthro and JOANN, there are so many stunning options on sale right now. From star garlands to evergreen decor, here are a few of our favorites currently on sale.
Was $36, now $18 at Anthropologie
A garland is a go-to for holiday decor, but you can always keep it around during the winter. For a touch of sparkle, consider the Celestial Golden Star Garland, which was originally $36 at Anthropologie but is now on sale for under $20. The garland features a string of dazzling gold stars that look stunning draped on their own but also work well as an accent for evergreen garland.
Was $78, now $38.95 at Anthropologie
If you want to keep garland decor around for the winter, this faux evergreen option is a great choice for the season. The Terrain Faux Cedar Garland features a full, bushy design with realistic-looking cedar sprigs and a dash of snow for a nice winter touch. Originally almost $80, you can now score this winter decor find for under $40.
Was $39.99, now $11.99 at JOANN
For an even cheaper—yet equally as chic—garland, consider the Bloom Room Christmas Boxwood Garland from JOANN. This $12 garland measures 72 inches long and features a mix of boxwood leaves, and pine needles for a blend of evergreen textures.
Wreaths are another easy way to decorate for winter, and there are so many stunning options to choose from. Whether you want something a little more unique and decorative, like a feather wreath, or want something more traditional and evergreen, here are the best winter wreaths on sale right now.
Was $88, now $38.95 at Anthropologie
Swap out your holiday wreath for this gorgeous faux cedar option from Anthro. The 24-inch wreath features a simple design constructed from faux cedar sprigs in either a winter white color or a deep berry tone for a pop of color that feels appropriate for the winter season.
Was $68, now $34 at Anthropologie
Add some shimmer to your front door or entryway with the Golden Feather Wreath from Anthropologie. This 16-inch wreath is constructed from whimsical gold feathers that, despite their statement-making appearance, are neutral enough to pass as both holiday and winter decor.
Was $49.99, now $14.99 at JOANN
If you love the Bloom Room Christmas Boxwood Garland and want it in wreath form, JOANN has you covered with this matching Magnolia Leaves & Balsam Fir Wreath, which boasts a similar design. The 22-inch outdoor wreath looks stunning on your front door on its own, or decked out with a large bow detail in wintery red or silver velvet ribbon.
When should I take down my Christmas decor?
The traditional time to take down your Christmas decor is January 6th. Traditionally known as 12th Night, it's the final of the Twelve Days of Christmas. However, it's ultimately up to you and your schedule.
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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