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Tips for this Christmas

Tips for this Christmas

Christmas is one of the most anticipated dates of theyear and getting your decorating skills are essentialfor your home, the Christmas decorations can be a charming and overwhelming experience at the sametime. Where do I start? Easy! You can do it from theentrance of your home.

Here are some tips for decorate this holiday:

1. Hang a festive wreath on your front door towelcome the season, whether you choose a classic wreath with holiday foliage and vibrantred berries or a modern LED wire star wreath.The festive atmosphere will be enhanced withhurricane lamps, potted plants, and garlands ofwinter foliage. Wreaths and other light decorations look fantastic on the walls as well as on doors.

2. For additional holiday decor, try hanging oneover a mantle or in a guest bedroom.Your home may quickly and easily seem festive by usingfragrance. Christmas fragrances combine citrus, cinnamon, clove, frankincense, and myrrh notes to create an opulently cozy atmosphere.


3. Burn scented candles in the living room whileplacing a reed diffuser in the hallway for a welcoming smell. Stock up on taper candles toplace in polished candlesticks on the mantle ordining table to welcome guests.


4. There's no reason why you can't give bedroomsa luxurious touch as well. Christmas decorationoften concentrates on the living room. Considera bedding set with a holiday design, a festive cushion, and fairy lights to create a mysticalambiance. This living area at a cabin in thewoods has a fair dose of preppy plaid, from thethrow cushions to the present wrap, which addsseasonal comfort and warmth.


5. The tree is decorated with the traditional glassglobes and popcorn garland, but the traditionaltree skirt has been replaced by a wooden box. Instead of the typical couch arrangement foundin most living rooms, a group of four chairsaround the coffee table promotes discussion and closeness more effectively.


6. Colors! Red and white, traditional Christmas colors, make the room uncomplicated and tidy. This peaceful, refined interpretation of theholiday season is made possible by small detailslike pinecones, soft cushions, a forest owl snowglobe, silver and gold decorations scatteredthroughout the bookshelves, and foliage hungupside down to resemble miniature trees. It's a great idea to select a theme before you startdecorating if you want your Christmas tree toseem polished. Want to make your own winterwonderland? Start with a tree covered in snow, then decorate it with contemporary metallics likeice white, granite, and silver. For a modernappearance with a hint of luxury, add blush pinkand black accents. Playing with different texturesis a great way to elevate your theme; try mixingglitter, glass and matte baubles. Take it one step further by sprinkling your tree with feathers and eye-catching ornaments in complementarycolours for a festive showstopper.

Top tip: Before you get out the decorations, it’s worthspending some time fluffing your artificial Christmas tree, spreading the branches out one by one to makethe tree look fuller.Red and gold are the perfectholiday colors.

To create a cozy atmosphere, start by encircling yourtree in soft fairy lights. By using geometricembellishments in various red tones, you can givethis traditional motif a modern spin. For a splash offun and sparkle, pair traditional ornaments with ourLondon-themed decorations with glitter accents. Prepare to enjoy the holiday season in style by tyingeverything together with red bow decorations withjewels.