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- 100 Fresh Christmas Decorating Ideas - Southern Living
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100 Fresh Christmas Decorating Ideas - Southern Living
There are a lot of ways to make a house exude Christmas vibes without covering every inch of your home in bright red and green plaid. For a fresh take on Christmas décor, choose variations of the color. We love the pastel pinks and light greens used in this modern Christmas giftwrap theme. Patterned paper, wide satin ribbons, and clear tie-ons make this understated color scheme holiday-ready. Choose patterns of paper with coordinated colors that are not perfect matches for a casual yet crafty and creative giftwrap, and focus more on matching your ribbon shades. These understated gift packages look anything but boring when arranged under your tree.
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Give your Christmas wreath a personalized touch by vertically stretching a round wreath to create an oval shape. Choose a wreath with a flexible base that you can easily bend to the shape you desire. This elongated oval shape is perfect for entryways with double doors, as narrower wreaths are less overpowering when arranged in pairs. For another narrow arrangement option for double doors, you can create a door swag from seasonal greenery and flowers, such as poinsettias and Kew Greens. Attach Christmas floral arrangements to PVC pipe with wire, and suspend it above the door using wire secured to eyehooks screwed into the ceiling.
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Plaid is not just for school uniforms and collared shirts. Use plaid as a theme for your Christmas decorations for a classic, old-school take on holiday cheer. To avoid overloading on one pattern, don’t be afraid to mix and match plaids of varying sizes and scales. Start with a transparent plaid garland, and decorate with metallic, solid-colored ornaments. The easiest and most budget-friendly way to incorporate plaid into your Christmas is by using the gifts under your tree as decorations themselves. Choose 7-8 plaid patterned rolls of giftwrap, and 6-7 solid patterns in complimentary colors. Mix and match ribbons on each gift for a layered presentation of presents.
In search of the perfect holiday wreath? Get off Pinterest, and go outside into your own backyard. Search your own property for inspiring supplies to create one of these one-of-a-kind wreaths. They’re also great conversation pieces – when a guest asks where you found your lush wreath, you can tell them that you made it from your own back yard!
Need some inspiration? Purchase a wreath form, and choose one of the following ideas:
Create a formal and elegant Christmas centerpiece with romantic red roses surrounded by white tallow berries displayed silver vases made to resemble birch bark. We love choosing metallic silver vases, because they reflect the warm, glowing light from candles, the rich reds from flowers, and the patterns on table settings in an elegant, prismatic way. Add texture and dimension by tucking pieces of boxwood garland and sprigs of berries around the base of the vases. Arrange metallic votives around the centerpiece to add romantic lighting to the room. When serving a holiday meal, steer clear from candles with strong scents and let the savory aromas of your meal take the stage.
Swags are not only for doorways and porches. Craft a classic Christmas decorative swag on your mantel out of surprisingly nontraditional materials. Birch bark is one of any decorator’s favorite natural materials – its malleable flexibility and light, beautiful pattern are perfect for many occasions. In this Christmas swag, thin tree branches and birch bark shavings make up the rustic display for a minimalist living room. Red berries and frosted Christmas trees in varying heights lend holiday touches to the natural arrangement, which could be used throughout the fall and winter seasons.
Rejoice, rejoice. Disco is not dead. This unique Christmas idea is reminiscent of glory days gone but not forgotten. Pay tribute to Donna Summer, Abba, and The Bee Gees by making sure that your Christmas décor keeps the Disco stayin’ alive. Hang a disco ball from the ceiling to float it above your Christmas tree. This tip works best with flocked Christmas trees the mod silver sparkle of a disco ball blends best with nontraditional décor. A flocked tree needs a festive punch, so a run-of-the-mill start doesn’t suit it. A disco ball is much more appropriate. Top it with a bow, and you’ve got a tree worthy of the Disco Queen herself.
NEW YORK (AP) — In a story Oct. 78, The Associated Press reported that Target plans to push back on “Christmas creep” as it plans to ease in holiday marketing while better honoring Thanksgiving. The story should have made clear that push back wasn’t about reducing discounts.
No, we are not telling you to wrap your coffee table in wrapping paper. Rather, get creative and upgrade your living area by wrapping a coffee table in belts of festive Christmas ribbon. Transform your coffee table into a Christmas present by crisscrossing strands of ribbon over the top and sides of the table, like you would when wrapping a gift. To avoid over-decoration, choose a neutral ribbon color that is close to the color of the table, and wrap loosely. Add festive centerpieces, like spray painted pine cones, and metallic family heirlooms to add sparkle to the elegant decoration.
I bought the Nate Berkus gold hammered bowl (you’ve seen my Nate Berkus gold sea urchin from last time already), a gold glass tea light holder and a silver tray.
I also found a fabulous tall fake milk glass vase at the thrift store.