Between buying the presents and baking those delicious cookies, there never seems to be enough time to decorate for Christmas. On the other hand, decorating your home for the holidays doesn’t mean you have to cover every wall in the house. In other words, simple and easy decorating ideas will bring a little holiday cheer into your home this season!
With a modern mix of traditional, rustic, festive details. Keep reading for a unique home tour to inspire your own holiday decorating.
THE IMPORTANCE OF CREATIVITY AND INSPIRATION
Whether you have a big budget or a non-existent one, you can create magic by simply using your creativity. That’s why time spent getting inspired is so worthwhile; it’s like money in the bank. I hope this tour gives you some new ideas and inspires you to decorate your house this Christmas season.
Your surroundings should add joy to all your holiday celebrations. I hope this post motivates your own holiday decorating.
CLASSIC CHRISTMAS WREATHS
Create a festive welcoming look in your home with beautiful Christmas wreaths. Certainly, nothing is easier than placing a holiday wreath on your front door or wall inside. They are the perfect way to spread a little holiday cheer with ease. Similarly, we adore decorating with wreaths like this one featuring that traditional green glow. Designed with frosted pine cones and accented with golden berries This wreath brings a festive touch of nature to your home. Whichever wreath you choose, it will be a great addition to your home!
HOLIDAY THEMED THROWS
Winter is about staying cozy on cold winter nights. Make your home feel more comfortable with festive throw pillows and blankets. Watching your favorite holiday movie while snuggled up in a Christmas themed blanket. It will surely make it even more enjoyable. There’s nothing better than adding style and warmth to your space during the winter months! Adding both throw pillows and blankets is easy and will add that festive warming touch to your space.
Have you finished decorating your Christmas tree, but still have a good amount of ornaments leftover? It’s time to use your imagination and create Christmas decorations that will stand out in your home. Mix and match a few glass ball ornaments in a decorative bowl filled with foliage or lights to create an elegant centerpiece. Finish off your railing with garland accented with leftover ornaments. Looking to add a decorative touch to your mantel? Hang a few ornaments to match the theme of your tree. Christmas ornaments have endless opportunities when it comes to decorating with them!
ENTRANCE DECOR FOR YOUR HOUSE
As you step through the doors in the hallway you can decorate it in vignettes. You can put the tree just beyond the staircase inviting guests to the celebrations.
Cozy Christmas touches create a warm, rustic feel amidst the more classic details. The casual ambiance says relax and stay awhile.
THE ENTRANCE CHEST
You can start decorating with a special Christmas sign. Adding some holiday stars, and finished it off with white glitter pine cones for a bit of sparkle. Moreover, evergreen/boxwood items add a pop of color and give it an organic feel. You can add a symmetry by adding two evergreen plants and two similar metal deer.
FAMILY ROOM FOR CHRISTMAS
Let’s move into the heart of the home, the family room. A wall of glass sliding doors allows plenty of light. And a beautiful year-round evergreen view of garden. This view might influence your desire to bring the natural feel indoors. Therefore, you can choose to decorate the family room with traditional reds, holiday evergreen, magnolia, and elements of farmhouse and rustic decor.
Fur pillows mix with bright red ones to add a punch of color against the sea of neutrality. Throws and blankets add a cozy winter feel to this family gathering spot. Cozy Christmas reds, whites and evergreens create a relaxed holiday vibe.
Rustic elements add warmth and a country cabin feel. In addition, an antler candle holder, a rustic twig nest, evergreen accents, pine cones and candles can be used. A winter holiday mood is achieved using a reclaimed wood tray. A red-stripe cotton runner, rustic basket, and old books tied with string.
DECORATING THE CHRISTMAS TREE
STEP 1; SET UP YOUR TREE
Firstly, your Christmas tree is the focal point of your home for the holidays. So, make sure the tree will be visible from various spots throughout the room. Secondly, once you pick that perfect spot, place it in the stand. Many artificial trees come with a tree stand included. There is a selection of tree stands for both artificial and live trees. Consequently, tree stands even come with an easy watering feature, saving you time and hassle.
STEP 2; CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
If you don’t have a pre-lit Christmas tree, make sure you test your Christmas lights first. Plug each strand of lights into an outlet and check for burnt-out bulbs. Replace any dead bulbs and make sure no cords are damaged.
Who says you only have to use one type of light on your Christmas tree? It’s your tree so get as creative as you want. For instance, you can mix and match different types of lights. Especially the traditional mini lights with novelty lights. It’s a beautiful combination that won’t go unnoticed. If you are using any themed lights or novelty lights, be sure to put them on after the mini lights.
STEP 3: THE TREE TOPPERS
One of the iconic decorations on your Christmas tree is the tree topper. While the majority of people enjoy using angels and stars as their tree topper. Similarly, it can be fun to try a unique approach. Let Santa Claus spread holiday cheer from the top of your tree or try a final topper. If you want to bring an elegant touch to your tree, choose a pre-lit tree topper to brighten up your Christmas tree.
If your tree topper is electric, make sure to plug it into the socket.
STEP 4: THE GARLANDS AND ORNAMENTS
With garland, it’s best to start at the top and work your way down in a spiral pattern going around the tree. Firstly, a gently swagged garland looks more graceful spiral pattern going around the tree. However, each Christmas tree is different, so make it unique to your family. Whether you’re adding a few elegant ornaments or a lot of memorable ones, your personal taste will tell you when you have enough. Similarly, you can use Santa ornaments, balls, snow flakes, floral, woodland, trees and wreaths.
In conclusion, whether you’re busy with work or preparing for Christmas, these easy decorating tips will have your home looking festive in no time!
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