Home Style Guide for Winter Prints

Home Style Guide for Winter Prints

Cozy winter prints are what make our homes extra inviting during the coldest season. From bright nature patterns to warm seasonal designs, there are so many ways to get creative in your digs. Dressing up your home with fun colors is easy thanks to the trove of playful patterns Lands’ End has to offer for every room.

Transform your interiors into a winter wonderland that’s a feast for the eyes and the spirit, while adding a healthy dose of personality to your living space. From bed sheets to throw pillows, here are some of our favorite winter prints to add warmth and excitement to your home.

Keep It Comfy With Plaid

Perhaps the quintessential winter pattern, plaid is the perfect way to add some seasonal style to your home. Its warm and intricate nature is ideal for sheets and cozy blankets, whether you’re tucking into bed under a fluffy down comforter or taking a cat nap on the couch. Its dignified design is also well-suited for the kitchen and dining room. Everything from plaid table runners to dish towels will add a bit of winter spirit to these gathering spaces, making them even more festive and welcoming for family and guests.

Plaid and flannel are almost synonymous, so it’s no surprise that plaid flannel bedding is one of our favorite ways to bring winter prints into the home. This warm winter fabric goes perfectly with this classic pattern, making your bed the most inviting space to come home to and keeping you extra warm as you drift off to sleep.

Brighten Up With Winter Nature Patterns

While winter is often associated with snow and bare branches, a winter floral or nature pattern is often just what a room needs to inject some lively seasonal spirit. A bright winter floral with hues of light blue and white can suggest a snowy nature escape with a dose of vibrant wildlife. Sheets or throw pillows with soft winter trees or exciting plant patterns, like pine or holly, can also add a little color and life to a room while maintaining a cozy vibe for cold winter nights.

We also love our fun and whimsical animal patterns, from sheets with dogs having fun in the snow, to coastal winter crabs, that add a bit of playfulness during the winter months.

You don't need to leave the house to engage with nature when it's cold outside — Lands' End brings nature right to you. Winter bird patterns on a throw pillow or sham are another lovely way to bring a bit of wildlife into your design scheme, suggesting the thrill of spotting a beautiful flying creature on a winter nature hike, all from the comfort of your home.

Embrace Seasonal Spirit

Christmastime is the perfect opportunity to add patterns to each room, letting you bring Christmas characters and winter foliage to your regular home palette. Lands’ End has a wide range of homewares specifically designed for Christmas, so the sky’s the limit when it comes to decorating your home for the holiday. Christmas bedding sets accented with jovial seasonal sentiments to Christmas placemats and tablecloths for festive holiday meals are perfect additions in the wintertime.

Our collection of patterned Christmas tree skirts and Christmas stockings is another wonderful way to add holiday spirit and bring a dose of cheer to your main living space. Our classic patchwork patterns offer a bit of hygge coziness and ancestral charm to the winter hearth, and plaid or snowflake stockings are fun for the whole family.

Adding winter prints to your home décor is a fun and easy way to get into the seasonal spirit, a time when you're spending more time indoors and when coziness is key. The effect of adding one simple print to a room can be huge, and once you start, you may find it hard to stop. These are just a few suggestions for ways to incorporate patterns into your space for the winter, and can quickly turn any room into the perfect winter refuge for you and your family. Whether you want to deck one room out completely in one pattern, or mix and match for a more unique stylescape, we've got you covered with all styles of winter prints, from classic to contemporary.

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