Published at Wednesday, September 13th 2017. by ella in Christmas design.
Christmas is a hectic time of year to say the least; Christmas seems to come earlier and earlier each year as decorations, advertising on TV and shops seem to fill their stores before we even feel autumn pass. It easy to feel under pressure in the festive season and whilst it s good to get in the festive spirit you dont want to create unnecessary pressure on yourself. If youre on a budget, as most of us tend to be, its a great opportunity to expose your creative side and enjoy putting up the Christmas decorations that need not be a chore.
What is in the entry point to your home? A table? Place a poinsettia there. A stairway to the upper floor? Wind a garland or lights or evergreens around the bannister. Is there a wall with a painting on it? Replace the painting with a holiday scene or place small lights around the frame. Perhaps you could put a mistletoe sprig on the ceiling. That provides a nice welcome for all your friends and relatives!
Shopping for kids bedroom decor can be stressful, especially if youre decorating for Christmas. Lillian Vernon has a great selection of boys decor like bean bag chairs and canvas prints. Wake up to a room full of holiday cheer with the perfect Christmas Themed Bedroom. If you are far from being the old Grinch or Scrooge, than this is the perfect bedroom theme for you. Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Jesus and the perfect time to bring families and friends closer together. Creating a Christmas Themed bedroom doesnt have to be tacky and can actually look pretty romantic and even bring you and your partner closer together. Many people would love to decorate the bedroom for Christmas but are too afraid of the room looking too "Christmasy". Your bedroom doesnt have to look so tacky if you choose the right color scheme and room decor.
Christmas Centerpiece Almost always dining room is the centerpiece for the whole holiday. Thats why you have to think how to decorate it beforehand. Decorate your dinner table with Christmas tablecloths. Fill your room with red and white colors. Add small silver and crystal things. Make your room shine and sparkle.
Have a wonderful Christmas! For a free copy of Kates ebook "Your Guide to a Thrifty and Memorable Holiday", and sign up for the mailing list. Kate Clancy is one of Two Smart Chicks who take advantage of their pleasure in celebrating the holidays to research all aspects of those special occasions. Kate and her colleague Lyn Smith wish you the very best for all your holidays!
A winter wonderland can be created in your room with a pale down comforter, gauzy curtains and silvery pillows. Use a light colored area rug or a rug interspersed with silver threads to highlight a sitting area. Add hanging icicle ornaments from your light fixtures. Let your textiles be cool in color and add warmth with nubby throw pillows intermingled with ice blue satin pillow shams.