What’s better during Christmas than transforming your home into a cozy, and comfortable nest of magic?
Christmas is the time to share your love, and a time when all your loved ones comes under a roof to share a happy time over a meal. And what makes this moment more magical is the decor that radiates glory, and warmth. Whether you put in beautiful Christmas tree, a fireplace with stocking, or a colourful bunch of fairy lights, the living room being the focus point of every house should made ready for Christmas in the best way possible.
1. Don’t Forget The Winter Warmers
It’s the coldest time of the year, and it’s probably snowing outside. This indicates just one thing that it’s time to pull out those woollen blankets, and the cushions for the arm chairs. Layer your home with coziness, place some blanket boxes in the room so that your guests could pull out a blanket whenever they feel cold, and snuggle up on the sofas, and chairs.
There is a plethora of Christmas designs available online that you could refer up for Christmassy ideas. Get the Christmas tree, and the furnitures coordinated so that the rooms looks comfortable, and not clumsy.
2. Ivy, And Holly
The classic red, and green colour scheme though traditional, still looks best in any home regardless if it’s size. A lush green tree is a must in every modern home, with sanguine baubles, and cute paper ornaments hanging down its branches.
The theme on the walls go the same way as well. Sage green matt paint and some red berry wreath would look amazing in the decor. For that added beauty, throw in some floral mismatched cushions, and some framed prints.
3. Glowing Vibrance
Toffee brown, and yellow colour do wonders to even the smallest house in the town. It brings in a festive ambience, and engulfs the room in a feeling of comfort. The honey colored fairy lights, and ornamental cancels creates a deeply rich, and cozy aura around the room.
On the tree alongside the fairy lights, black, and white baubles adds a sleek, and contrasting look. When wrapping up the presents, stick to your theme and go with some monochrome, and metallic colours to add to the effect.
4. Around the Christmas Tree
Christmas decorations doesn’t really have to include a mistletoe and stocking. You could use Something modern with the traditional decoration to create a hybrid look. For instance, you could use some neon lights, and sputnik style ornaments on the Christmas tree.
Huge paper decorations in red, blue, and white along with some chocolate coins in a glass jar as the centerpiece on a table would add to the Christmas vibe.
5. Copper and Rose Gold
Rose gold accessories, and tree decorations are ruling the market these days. A plethora of metallic candles over the table, and a plenty of copper baubles tied to the Christmas tree would enhance the Cheistmassy effect. Harmony, and festivity would start dominating your home.