Christmas is just around the corner. Have you decided on how you will decorate your room this year? Don’t feel pressured if you still don’t have any plans to do it yet. We’ve rounded up some tips on how you can decorate your holiday home with these top interior decorating ideas. Check them out:
Consider working with pink
Red and green have always been the colors of Christmas. These two have been the primary colors for Christmas, from Christmas stockings, balls, trees, and even gift wrapping presents. But just because these are the “traditional” colors everyone has been accustomed to using to signify the holiday season doesn’t mean you can stray away from it.
Shy away from the reds and consider working with pinks! It’s even better if you work with different shades and undertones of reds such as oranges, creams, and fuschias. It still closely resembles Christmas, but you’re giving a fresh take to it!
All white Christmas
White Christmas has always been a thing. But have you ever made this a theme for your holiday home? If not, take this chance to decorate your home with whites. Go all out! You can never over decorate with whites. It’s plain, simple, and it won’t hurt your eyes.
Of course, you would want to create some texture and not just have it lain out plainly. You can incorporate beiges, off whites, creams, and ivories into your setup. If you only want to decorate a room at home with white specifically, the dining table is the perfect place to do it! You can set the table cloth, utensils, and dinner mats all in white. You can also accentuate this with dried flowers to complete the whole look.
Christmas is always a joyous occasion. For this reason, the decorating ideas you might see on the internet or in other homes and establishments are very loud and colorful. But if this is not exactly your style, you can always go for the minimalistic approach. Go against all the usual holiday aesthetics by choosing minimalist decorative pieces.
Consider dried leaves and flowers as decorations. This idea is perfect, especially if you’re not into maintaining plants. The dried aesthetic is very modern. You can also get some fresh ornaments and wait for them to dry up! Order toned-down decors instead of going for the regular ones. For example, wreaths have always been thick, but since you’re doing this minimalist theme, a thinner version of a wreath would be the best fit for your aesthetic. You can find ones with dried berries and eucalyptus, and these will look great on your wall!
Your holiday home should be a place that will remind you of the cozy and joyous occasion of Christmas. But just because it’s the holidays and there are traditional designs you’ve always been accustomed to doesn’t mean you can change ways and follow a certain aesthetic. So start decorating your holiday home today with these interior decoration ideas!