From the pretty baubles on your tree to the sparkly red and green wreath on your door, taking down your Christmas decorations come January 5 can leave your home feeling a little bit empty.
The once festive corner, where your Christmas tree helped create a focal point, and the string of fairy lights that helped brighten up your home, are now dismantled and stashed back in the attic, marking the end of the festive period once and for all.
But panic not - as there's still a range of ways to help add a touch of winter glamour to your home and make it homely, not lonely, this January. Here's how...
Incorporate trees and plants
Does the corner of your living room look a bit vacant now that the Christmas tree has been taken down? Well, why not swap your evergreen for a large potted plant or a small indoor tree this new year to help fill the void.
Lights are the answer
Fairy lights aren't just for Christmas. The pretty illuminates can add some cosy cheer to your home, whatever time of the year.
Place some Mirrors
With all the shiny surfaces packed away, the Christmas baubles gone and the glittery decorations boxed up until next December, recreate some of the wintery magic with mirrors.
light some candles