Published at Wednesday, 13 September 2017 by ella in Christmas design, with total 42 digitals.
If you plan to give your spouse furniture for Christmas, or maybe indulge in a family gift, your first instinct may be to wait until after the holidays are over. This way, you can pack up the tree and decorations, send visitors on their way, then really look around the house to decide where everything goes. If youve considered more than one piece there are a few things you want to consider:
Whilst every area of the house may want to be decorated, try and focus on the areas and spaces that will be most lived in a visited by guests in your home. For example the kitchen and your living room. That way you can start with the centrally focused areas and work outwards; again not feeling the need to cover every square inch of your home. One of the most important features to your home is the Christmas tree; perhaps it is the most important. Try not to over decorate your tree, choose your colours, your theme and stick to it.
These days my husband and I do not exchange gifts over the holidays. If there is something large we need, we usually pool the money and buy it, then pretend to look surprised when it arrives. In recent years, our purchases have been more practical than frivolous, and this time around the discussion of bedroom furniture came up again. Weve had the same suite since we were married, and while its held up well were wondering if its time for a change. Should we get a new set and relegate the current one to the guest room?