It’s the time of year when everyone’s feeling festive and joyous! Welcoming families and friends to your home may be exciting and exacting at the same time. You’d probably want everything to be flawless and beautiful, as if they’re entering a wonderful Christmas abode. If you’re looking to find inspiration on how you can decorate your home for the holidays, you’ve come to the right place.
Get that holiday vibe you want and start filling your house with these design ideas.
#1 Snow-less White Christmas
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Who said you need snow to have that White Christmas feel in your home? Deck the halls with silver decorations and put up a Christmas tree with white, silver, and glittery ornaments. Wrap gifts in silver papers and scatter them all around your house. The key is to be consistent. Perhaps you can change your curtains and use silver ones as well? Or play with light to achieve that clean, comforting white Christmas vibe.
Perfectly pair your White Christmas home decor with a bit of golden table setup. A hint of gold gives an elegant feel, no matter how simple the dishes are. Accentuate it with tall candle holders, neat table napkins, and some flowers and greens for a more sophisticated and polished look.
Go for that enchanted forest look with wreaths, baubles, and ornaments in evergreen theme. Use decorations that come in hues of browns, greens, tans, or blue with slight hints of red and orange to counter a gloomy look and add some vibrant feel. Adding some boxed lighted candles will also make it more magical.
To be consistent, set up your dining table with a rustic, woodsy vibe with fresh greenery and wood-inspired table toppers.
Don’t have a big space for a giant Christmas tree or are you simply the type who doesn’t want to overdo it? Go minimalist. Think socks hanging on the staircase handle, some Christmas-themed countertops and a simple Merry Christmas with a wreath greeting on the wall.
#4 Sparkling Lights
Sometimes, it’s all about the lights. Fill your home with Christmas lights, complete with holiday ornaments, and watch your space come alive. You can put up lights in your living room, at staircases, window sills, and even in bedrooms. Wow your family with a grand reveal!
#5 Paint The Town Red
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Nothing beats a Christmas feel than a house decked in red—from your baubles, to countertops, not to mention the Santa decorations. You can also change your sheets and pillowcases to red and wrap your gift in red papers! Red gives off a vibrant and energetic feel, putting everyone into a celebratory mood.
For your dining table setup, be a bit more playful by adding some goodies that guests can toy around such as Christmas-themed candies, chocolates, and baked goodies, and Santa-inspired decorations.