3 Winter Holiday Decorating Tips
Dec 15, 2017 // Interior Decoration //

Decorating the home for the holidays is something almost everyone will enjoy, though the specific decorations and themes will vary based on the holiday being celebrated. For the purposes of this article, we will be focusing on holidays around the winter season, which we are in the middle of right now. So, without further ado, here are three winter holiday decorating tips:

Lights and Candles

Christmas lights, otherwise referred to as fairy lights, are a great way to add not just light to your space, but also a holiday feeling. Many people use hooks to help the strings stay in the place they wish (often strung around the tops of their walls). You can add lots of colour with the multicoloured variety, but we recommend the clear fairy lights for a cleaner aspect of winter holiday decorating.

In addition to these lights, you can also use scented candles, both as statement pieces when unlit, and a great way to keep the air smelling amazing and adding light to the room when lit. Many stores around this time of year will be well-stocked with winter and holiday themed candles. Think pine trees, baked cookies, roaring fires, et cetera.

Get Ready For Cozy

Is anything better than curling up in a nice blanket next to a roaring fire with a hot chocolate in hand when it is ridiculously cold outside? We didn’t think so! One of the key elements in winter holiday decorating is being as cozy as possible. This often means plush pillows, soft blankets, and warm colours, among many other cozy ideas. Think about everything that makes you feel cozy and then consider how you can incorporate that into your interior decoration.

Wintery Plants

Pine trees and poinsettias are almost synonymous with the winter holiday season. Those who celebrate Christmas often have their large tree in the living room, but did you know you can also buy other pine and evergreen trimmed plants to decorate your whole home with going overboard? Take a look at the winter plants that interest you and strategically place them on coffee tables, bookshelves, the floor, et cetera throughout your home.


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