As winter sets in and the weather turns chilly, we often find ourselves spending less time outdoors in the garden. Just because the temperatures drop, doesn’t mean we have to abandon the beauty of nature – a treasure many of us want to keep close.

By bringing the feel of your garden inside, you can create a cozy but natural atmosphere during the winter months.

3 great ways to bring the outdoors in

Indoor plants

One of the easiest ways to recreate the garden ambiance indoors is by incorporating indoor plants into your living space. Choose a variety of plants that thrive in low-light conditions and require minimal maintenance. Consider options such as spider plants, pothos, snake plants, and peace lilies.


Floral arrangements

Brighten up your home with beautiful floral arrangements.

Although fresh flowers may be scarce during the winter months, you can still find a wide range of dried flowers, artificial flowers, and faux greenery to create stunning displays. Opt for colours and textures that remind you of your garden. Place them in vases or even repurpose mason jars or decorative bottles to add a rustic touch.


Nature-inspired decor

Incorporate nature-inspired decor items to bring a touch of the outdoors inside. Choose accessories like botanical prints, landscape paintings, or nature-themed wall decals to adorn your walls. Additionally, consider incorporating natural materials such as wood, wicker, or rattan in your furniture and home accessories.


Scented candles & essential oils

Capture the scents of your garden in the form of scented candles or essential oils.

Look for fragrances that remind you of blooming flowers, freshly cut grass, or earthy notes. Light these candles or use essential oil diffusers strategically around your home to create a soothing and aromatic environment that evokes the essence of your garden.


Don’t let the winter chill dampen the love for your garden. Embrace the beauty and tranquillity of nature even when you’re snuggled up indoors.


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Originally written by for Woman&Home.