Cozy Sweater Candles
If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind hostess gift - or a way to bring texture to your space - wrap basic candleholders with sweater remnants. Add leaf accents of pinecones for an easy way to add a winter look. Design by Camilla.
Wintry Sweater Lampshade
You can easily transform your home's decor from fall to winter by incorporating sweater elements. Alicia brought a wintry feel to her living room by covering a vase and lampshade with sweater material. The look instantly warms up the space during colder months. Design by Alicia
Entryway Sweater Rug
Placing a sweater rug in your entryway is one way to welcome your guests during the holidays. The neutral color doesn't take away from the design of the space, while the texture brings just the right amount of interest.
Sweater Serving Tray
Serve warm apple cider to guests by covering an old cutting board with a sweater. To get this look, wash your sweater in hot water and put in the dryer to felt it. Cut a rectangular shape from the sweater big enough to cover the board. Sew the sides and bottom to create a pocket, and slip over the board. Design by Camilla
Winterize your home's decor by covering spring vases and candleholders with sleeves from an old sweater. For a rustic look, Alicia chose a neutral-colored material and embellished it with twine. Design by Alicia.
To see the entire list of 16 ways to decorate using an old sweater visit HGTV
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