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20 Cool Snowy Website Designs for the Winter Season

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It’s that time of year when the snow starts falling (unless you’re in the southern hemisphere) and the ski season is in full swing, so I thought it would be fitting for this week’s web design showcase to appreciate some designs that are based on snowy Winter scenes. Many of these sites actually look the same all year round, but now is the time their themes are most relevant, especially those from the Winter sports industry. Grab your thermals and enjoy browsing this collection of 20 snowy website designs all featuring seasonal photography and interfaces.

Protest Boardwear

Protest Boardwear

Fischer Sports

Fischer Sports

Mariusz Cieśla

Mariusz Cieśla

Hello Monday

Hello Monday

Moment Skis

Moment Skis

Ines Papert

Ines Papert

The Three Bees

The Three Bees

Merican Made

Merican Made

What You Are

What You Are

Travel Alberta Tripplanner

Travel Alberta Tripplanner

Yan Odnoralov

Yan Odnoralov

Leve Hytter

Leve Hytter

Snowbird

Snowbird

Snowpixel Fight

Snowpixel Fight

Yeti Spotter

Yeti Spotter

Sidewalk

Sidewalk

Stephan Siegrist

Stephan Siegrist

Combadi

Combadi

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Written by Chris Spooner

Chris Spooner is a designer who loves experimenting with new web design techniques collating creative website designs. Check out Chris' design tutorials and articles at Blog.SpoonGraphics or follow his daily findings on Twitter.

15 Comments

  1. These all websites themes are much perfect, i am fully inspired from Sidewalk theme which is effetely and fully matched to snow website.
    Thanks in advance for sharing
    Shawn Denzal

  2. Diana says:

    I looove winter themed designs. As someone who has never actually seen snow, these are always such a magical experience. Thanks for finding and sharing these.

  3. Nothing for blogs? Needed a snow like theme for my blog during Christmas but couldn’t fine. Ultimately had to settle down with the default snowfall script inbuilt by WordPress.
    They look cool :)

  4. Ian says:

    Really liking the sidebar slide out effect on a few of these. this is becoming quite popular amongst sites now. Might be the influence of apps on smartphones

  5. particularly like “What You Are”. it does give me the winter chills!

  6. Andrew says:

    I really love ‘Mariusz Cieśla’ it’s very clean and friendly, but I do wish we had snow in the UK already where we live!

  7. Really amazing collection. Thanks for sharing !!

  8. I love winter theme designs

  9. These seasoned themes are becoming quite popular now a days. They give a sense of reality and enhances the user experience. Loved the Leve Hetter theme.

  10. Sweet themes and really great designs! Winter is something that gives excitement and enthusiasm!

  11. Davide says:

    Travel Alberta is freakin awesome! I love that flat green elements, i definitely love that style :) Really cool collection, keep it up the great job!!

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  13. Chris, you have done a great job by collecting some of the good snow related website designs. “Sweet themes and really great designs! Winter is something that gives excitement and enthusiasm!” I like the quote shared by one of the blogger. Keep going and share some more useful designs also.

  14. Superb collection Chris. Thanks

  15. I know the value of seasonable design in websites, I am dam sure by using above snowy designs can improve sales of all online businesses, thanks by sharing these effective design with us.

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