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Christmas Decorating Tips!


Feeling a little overwhelmed with holiday décor? In all the madness and chaos of the holiday season, it can seem overwhelming, but it can be a lot easier than you think! Here are some simple tips to get you started.


Consistent Color Scheme


It's important to stick to a consistent color scheme throughout the house, whether you choose neutrals or even a monochromatic color scheme, the colors play an important role in setting the mood for the room as a whole. By sticking to a color scheme, your space can feel more balanced and you can pick focal points by adding your favorite pieces of décor to them! Decorating with many different colors may sometimes feel overwhelming to look at. Usually the color scheme is even more important than the decorations. Think about what colors catch your eye when deciding what kind of Christmas décor to choose.

Use The Current Color Scheme


There's no need to run to the store to grab new paint for Christmas, you can easily use what you already have, and choose to compliment it or contrast with it. For example, if you have a navy blue living room, just add some blue or silver ornaments/decorations to make the blue really stand out! Adding a garland or miniature trees would look great in a separate color. Just remember not to clash your colors!

Adding Some Textures


One of the easiest things to add for the holiday season are some cozy textures. Some favorite textures for the colder season are faux fur, velvet, fringe, wood, knits etc. Without very much effort, these homey textures will really enhance the holiday spirit in your home.


Feel free to layer up your couch pillows, throws, blankets, and even the rugs! You can also add natural elements this time of year, such as pine cones, wood crafts, trees and garlands. Also, Christmas lights are not just for the tree, putting Christmas or fairy lights around your house can add warmth and make the space feel welcoming.

Great Christmas Color Combinations


Struggling to find colors that work together? Below are some examples to help you get started!

  • Green & White

  • Red & White

  • Red & Green

  • Blue, White & Silver or Gold

  • Dark Green & Gold

  • Burgundy & Gold

  • Sage Green & Bronze

  • Light/Dark brown & Sage or Forest Green

  • Blue, Green & Gold

 

Still have having trouble decorating for Christmas? Don't hesitate to reach out and ask for our help!

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