For those who like Christmas decorating your home in this special holiday can be a unique feeling. If you are waiting for this moment all year this is the time! Join your kids and the rest of the family and together create a special decoration to embrace this feeling. It can be created a decor home that imbued your guests as soon as they get into your luxury home.
Today we are going to show you how to combine Christmas decoration with the rest of your home furnishings and your contemporary furniture. Exterior decoration can’t be forgotten!
Take a look at this decorating ideas and have yourself a Merry Little Christmas!
Create a Warm Welcome
Our favorite way to light up the season is with a brilliant array of paper luminaries. Line them along front walks, driveways, and porches for a fiery Christmas display that’s so simple (and affordable) to pull off.
To create your own gleaming arrangement, generously cover the bottom of white paper bags with sand, which will keep them sturdy and stationary when exposed to the elements. Arrange bags in desired positions (the luminaries lining the walk above at left all 2 feet apart), and then insert tea lights or battery-operated LEDs.
Bright Idea! For a twist, use a hole punch to create snowflake patterns, or adhere letter-shaped stickers spelling out a holiday message such as “NOEL” or “CHEERS” to the bags.
Drape Your Mailbox
Wrap sheer ribbon loosely around a pine garland and drape the garland around the mailbox. Wire clusters of bright nandina berries to the top of the post, and finish with a big bow for an eye-catching Christmas flourish.
Trim the Fireplace
Get inspired by nature and layer for lushness. Across the top of the mantel, arrange a thick length of garland. Wire a green bow to the middle, and then artfully weave the ribbon tails throughout. Work in pinecones, berry branches, and various greenery sprigs for color and texture.
Give Your Dining Table a Vivid Focal Point
Pair velvety red with chartreuse green to give the classic Christmas colors a fresh update. Round base shapes work best here. To make arranging easier in a wide container, use tape to make a grid across the top of the punch bowl. Add chartreuse-colored hydrangeas at each corner. Then add flowering cabbage toward the center and sides of the bowl, and pack in roses between the hydrangeas. Fill in with sprigs of red hypericum berries and white pine.
Give a Twist On Tradition
For a twist on tradition, switch out evergreen wreaths for ones made of branches or strings, like these versions.