Okay, here’s the thing. I need you to prepare yourself about these Winter Classroom Decor pieces because I am just a teensy weensy bit excited about them. I cannot contain myself. Possibly I have other pieces to photograph, but I DON’T WANT TO TAKE THIS SET DOWN. The colors and the patterns and the overall aura are just TOO FREAKING CUTE.
Also, is this the part where we talk about how this winter color scheme would go just as well with classroom decor themes that include:
- Boho accents
- Farmhouse aesthetics
Because these Winter Classroom Decor pieces straight-up WOULD go with classroom themes already in progress. Like, maybe you want to freshen up your classroom for winter but you don’t want to start entirely over? YES. I get it. That’s where these materials come in. They fit with what you already have.
Also, and this is just a side note, this theme matches my home office decor, and I could not be more pleased. I am absolutely giddy. Thank you for understanding.
Seasonal classroom decor themes that fit into broader classroom decor themes? This is how we win the seasonal decor battle without overextending the budget or our energy levels. So let’s dive in!
Winter classroom decor
So what can you find in this color scheme? How about:
- Google Slides Templates – Winter
- Winter Google Sites Templates
- Winter Bulletin Board
- Editable Teacher Binder Covers, Spines, and Name Tags – Winter
The Google Slides are perfect for welcoming students each morning or outlining activities for the day. The Google Sites Templates are a fun way to welcome visitors to your classroom website. The bulletin board set is super-cute with seven posters and bunting. And last, but not least, the teacher binder covers set is a festive way to stay organized!
Winter color schemes
These resources break the mould with their vibrant blues, greens, sea foams, cranberries, and corals. Winter classroom decor pieces in these colors are bound to match with other themes, too, and all without being too over the top. Just enough vibrancy and cheer to catch one’s eye, but not so much the materials are distracting.
If you can believe it, in addition to winter accessories from around my house, I decorated this theme with items from my summer collection, too! I accessorized with:
- Plastic buckets in coral and seafoam colors
- A white plastic bucket in a basket pattern (and used a desk name plate to label it)
- Garland tree
- Cute snowman
Now that’s my kind of decor!
Winter classroom bulletin board ideas
Okay, so I’ve already mentioned how these materials fit into existing themes, thanks to the colors. I did mention this, didn’t I? Only 436528963 times? Okay, good. But here’s another point. This bulletin board is accented with materials I use in other themes.
The rainbow bulletin board border is the same one I used in my Back to School classroom decor theme. And the woodgrain paper is the same one I used in my Boho Farmhouse classroom decor theme. Yet the combo still works beautifully.
This is definitely a theme where you can shop your home or your classroom before investing in more pieces for your classroom. The bunting in the bulletin board set is perfect for decorating more than one area of your classroom. And thanks to the vibrant-meets-pastel color scheme, you could just as easily decorate with this bunting in spring as you could in winter.
Bottom line? You can get a lot of mileage out of the accents found in these Winter classroom decor resources.
Happy holidays, Spiriteds! Stay wild, and, as always, know how glad I am that you’re here. 💗💚💙