Published at Wednesday, 13 September 2017 by ella in Christmas design, with total 25 drawings.
Christmas is a special time of year. We are more generous, more forgiving and more inclined to focus on our loved ones. We tend to entertain more, to spend more time together and to enjoy that time a little more. Perhaps it is the weather that makes us turn our thoughts inward, or perhaps it is just the season, but we seem to spend a bit more quality time with the people we care about.
If you are having an actual getaway for the holidays, you can still create a space in your home that allows you to take a break from the hoopla and find some peace before delving back into it. Carving out that peaceful space might require a little extra effort but will be worth it. First, decide that you will use your bedroom as an oasis, not grand central station for purchases, wrapping and hiding presents. This means you will have to designate another place in your home for these purposes.
-One idea that really dresses up a room is throw pillows. There are so many great choices that kids will like. From a stuffed Thomas the Tank Engine to zebras, dinosaurs and ladybugs, kids will love having them on their bed or piling up on them on the floor to read a story. Pillows not only show off the kids interests but also give them something to lay on they like.