December is here. The time has come for you to say “Winter is coming!” without people looking at you as if you are just another crazy Game of Thrones fan. Not that you should be ashamed of that! Winter is the season with probably the most beautiful natural landscapes. Everything is glowing and is covered with snow. It is truly a beautiful season! Which is why, today we have gathered 80 gorgeous winter wallpapers and backgrounds to decorate your screen with.
Winter wallpapers and backgrounds – Elsa from Frozen
What are the most popular winter wallpapers and backgrounds?
As we said, winter landscapes are truly magical. So, naturally they are definitely very popular. On the other hand, Frozen 2 is taking over box offices all over the world, which is why Elsa and Olaf are amongst the most popular characters you can find on people’s phones.
Trees, peaks and rocky mountains covered with snow. There is nothing better to get you into the mood for winter than them.
Decorated Christmas trees
The holiday season everyone is waiting for is here and with it comes winter. That is why, Christmas wallpapers are quite popular during December.
Snowflakes and ice
Whether they are painted or photographed snowflakes are truly one of a kind. On the other hand, ice is so beautiful and it forms so many interesting shapes that it definitely makes for some pretty amazing wallpapers and backgrounds.
It is well known that they create a warm and cozy feeling. That is why, Christmas lights on your phone’s lock screen are a must-have.
Now, scroll through our gallery, where you can find wallpapers and backgrounds for both your phone and your laptop, and pick the ones that suit you best.
This is your year to sparkle – motivational quotes are a big part of your New Year’s resolutions
December wallpapers and backgrounds
Cute animals with beanies – what more could you possibly want
Merry Christmas – the best holiday of the year is during the winter
Breathtaking mountain winter landscape
The Northern Lights are one of the most beautiful wonders of nature
Winter landscapes can be very gloomy, but very beautiful
Colorful lights make everything better
Just looking at this makes me feel cold
This scenery looks as if it was taken out of a fairy tale
Throw some lights into any winter background and you will get that Christmas feeling
Frozen bubble – the beauty of nature
Beautiful winter scenery
The clearer the sky, the more stars you can see
Sweater weather is here
Gorgeous winter night scenery
Even the simplest backgrounds are beautiful with a dash of snow
Look at this symmetry
Ice, ice, baby
All I want for Christmas is you – sweet message for your special someone
Invite someone to keep you warm with this wallpaper – Baby, it’s cold outside
Get yourself into a Christmas spirit every time you unlock your phone
Oh, Disney, you look so lovely
Such a cutie
Arendelle – Frozen‘s fictional town, home to Elsa and Anna
No two snowflakes look alike, just like people
Say hello to winter with this beautiful background
In the words of Andy Williams – “It’s the most wonderful time of the year”
Some good advice – keep warm and snuggle up
Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow
Meet me under the mistletoe
Merry Christmas, everyone
Fall and winter – two seasons clashing together in this mountain landscape
Pusheen cat knows how to get cozy
Look at this gorgeous forest landscape in all shades of grey
OMG, just look at this cute little pup
As we’ve already stated, Christmas lights make everything better
Winter isn’t a season, it’s a feeling – we couldn’t agree more
All is calm, all is bright – desktop backgrounds
Merry Christmas – cool desktop backgrounds
More winter mountain landscapes to grace your laptop’s screen with
Let it snow – winter desktop backgrounds
The coziness of being somewhere warm while it’s snowing outside has no match
This one makes me feel cold, but it is super beautiful, nonetheless
Let the sunshine in – who doesn’t love a bit of sun during those cold December days
To be honest with you, I wouldn’t mind living here
And this one brings the end to our winter wallpapers and backgrounds