Published at Wednesday, 13 September 2017 by ella in Christmas design, with total 33 images.
Now look around the room. Do you have a mirror you can decorate? A flat surface to hold a poinsettia or a basket of seasonal potpourri? Candles, properly isolated to prevent fires, can add a wonderful atmosphere to the room.
The bed is considered the main focal point because it is usually the largest piece in the room. We can easily purchase a Christmas themed duvet cover or comforter set but it can look pretty tacky and not romantic at all. Choose solid colors instead. Gold, red, green and white are the perfect choices. All four colors can be used together to create the perfect scenery. For example, if you choose a green duvet or comforter set for your bed than throw in 4 or 5 small solid color pillows with the other colors mentioned previously or mix up solid colors with small Christmas themed pillows. Wrap red ribbons onto the solid color pillows as if they were Christmas Gifts. Decorative ribbons can also be used to tie back window curtains. You can also align your window frames with swags of garlands.
A popular idea is to tie ribbons in bows around the living room on door handles, around candles, curtain holders. Placing flowers, artificial or natural around the house will bring fresh and vibrancy into your home. Festive flowers such as mistletoe, Christmas flowers and ivy are suggestions for decorations. Hang stocking around the fireplace for a more traditional living room look. Glass bowls are great for filling with water for floating candle decorations, petals, or leaves. You could even fill your bowls with crisp pine cones, sprayed silver snow or gold for effect, as well as glass balls or marbles. The more innovative your ideas are you create the greater satisfaction it will bring when guests comment on how original and festively warm your home feels.