The Christmas decoration infects everyone with the Christmas spirit! See how to rock your decor this year!
Christmas is just a few days away. And what is Christmas without decoration to match? Check out a list of Christmas ornaments to make your home even prettier! Make use of combinations and creativity and get inspired to make the party even happier.
These are just a few possibilities to make your Christmas look even more beautiful. Be creative, get to work, and happy holidays!
They are rustic and charming, easy to be decorated, simple, and very useful. Fill them with fruits, nuts, leaves, flowers, balls, candy, cookies, small gifts, gifts for guests, etc. Line them with fabric or paper and thread satin or velvet ribbons, or raffia, through the straps. You can use them to serve rolls, and you can even place individual bowls or platters of soup inside them. Please place them in the bathrooms with towels or soap for guests.
The most versatile are the white ones, in all sizes and shapes, from the tiny, thin, to the thickest. There’s an almost unbeatable elegance in white candles, though you can also use reds and greens, whose availability increases in stores this time of year.
Fresh, dried or artificial, flowers are an easy way to bring the beauty of the season to any corner of your home. Arrange them in baskets or vases, add them to wreaths of dry branches, tie small bouquets with ribbons, attach them to the Christmas tree, or frame the door with ribbons and flowers.
Join several wherever there is light to reflect or add a splash of color. Mix all sizes and colors in a basket, vase, or crystal bowl for a spectacular effect. Use them in unexpected places: hanging from ceiling rafters or hanging from curtain bars in the kitchen.
Wreaths of dry branches
You can add little lights, dried or silk flowers and leaves, fruits, nuts, and ornaments – in short, anything that pleases you and your family. You can also use it without decorations. It stays clean and elegant!
Rows of lights, white and colored, can guarantee a festive glow to any decor. Do you like warmer weather? Decorate a vase of cactuses. Do you live in a high-floor apartment? Frame windows or the porch, or place a row of lights along the tops of cabinets and shelves.
Bed, table, and bath
We’re not just talking about tablecloths. The house’s trousseau can have a tremendous impact on the feeling that each room conveys, adding coziness, elegance, and precious colors. Tablecloths, lanyards, placemats, fabric napkins, bedspreads, sheets, bath towels, tea towels, coasters, or simply scraps, large and small, should be part of your collection.
Pine cones, branches of your favorite tree, dried flowers can all be put together to create a centerpiece or an arrangement to decorate the corner of a room. Combine them in their natural state for a simple, rustic look, or sprinkle some gold or silver metallic paint to give the whole a Midas touch. Other raw materials such as fruits (apples, oranges, and pomegranates in particular), nuts, corn husks, wheat sheaves, mosses, among others, can be used throughout the holiday period.
The elegant ones, the simpler ones, the porcelain ones, the sparkling metal ones, the ceramic ones, the big ones, and the small ones. Pots can receive plants, dried flower arrangements, or fabric: stack balls or nuts inside the smaller ones. Don’t think that some vase won’t do because it’s “the wrong color”! Get everything you have out of the closet and find the best way to use them.
The most common use for them is in baskets, vases, or wreaths, but you can also wrap ribbons around handrails, tie them around bowls, lamps, or headboards, frame a door, enhance the setting of a table, and much more. More. Buy ribbons in primary colors (red, white, green, blue, orange, and yellow) as well as more exotic colors (gold, silver, turquoise, hot pink, and lime green).