The best time of the year is slowly coming to town and we can’t help but think how we are going to get our house ready for Christmas season decor. The truth is, we can have the exact same decor with just a few new elements, but that wouldn’t be that exciting, right? So let us teach us how to (jingle bell) rock the perfect Christmas style!
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Let’s start easy. You know every house needs a mistletoe during Christmas, so that’s something you cannot forget about! Let the magic of Christmas into every corner of your house and heart. Gather the season’s deep winter mistletoe and decorate rooms with modern traditions as well.
There’s nothing better for this season as the Christmas tree. Every house you visit as one and you must have it too. What’s trending? Scandinavian Christmas trees are the way to go. The more simple and more minimalist, the better!
Get a cozy ski lodge look with a traditional feel. Layer sofas and armchairs with seasonal cushions depicting forest friends like owls and stags. Don’t forget a soft throw for curling up on a snowy day. Save money on wood paneling and cheat the look using a wallpaper instead.
Open your presents in a snug-as-a-bug sleigh bed. Mix winter weaves in favorite tartans, plaids, and stripes in a seasonal palette of berry reds, cool sky greys, and deepest indigo blues. The perfect way to celebrate this festive season is to go cozy on every part of your home decor.
Give this celebration a little rustic with the glowing and burnished tones of the season. Vintage style finds and authentic wooden furniture adds heritage and reassurance. Choose pendants, wreaths, and decorations in shining rust and copper finishes. Add cheer with to the windows with tie-top curtains in modern country stripes. Decorate tables with collected cones and lit candles.
Get ready for Santas imminent arrival, with a row of colorfully knitted stockings pegged up on a length of bobble trim. Co-ordinate the stockings with your tree decorations, gift wrap and ribbon for an elegant folk feel in your living room. In front of the woodburning stove, soft sheepskin and reindeer hide rugs make for a warm welcome.
Create a Scandi-inspired display with a statement wallpaper featuring alpine scenery, mini fir trees, and carved wood houses and wildlife. Ring the changes with an Advent calendar suspended along a beam.
This is the time of the year that deserves all of your effort to put your home decor together.
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