Christmas is just around the corner, and it is the magical time to decorate the house. This year, you can make a pact with the planet and bet on a more sustainable Christmas. This translates into less, but better, and a firm commitment to natural materials.
Don’t forget any corner of the house: Christmas begins at the door of the house, passes through the kitchen, the living room and, of course, the table, which these days becomes the real protagonist. Reds, golds … your home changes color during these dates, filling with a new energy that can accompany you throughout the year.
This may be the Christmas of ecology. Start with small changes like a bamboo Christmas tree. In addition to brightening up your living room, it is a sustainable option.
A special toast
This year, you cannot miss the toasts. For our loved ones, for the magic to return, for many more happy moments … Do it with these red glasses, which will give a note of color to your table.
A round gift
To experience complete parties, you have to start decorating from the outside, from the door. So that, when the guests enter (although this year they are few) they breathe Christmas from minute one. The Vinter crown has a diameter of 38 cm.
There are figures that immediately refer us to these dates and that make our house breathe a more festive atmosphere. Hang them from the tree or distribute them throughout the house to illuminate this Christmas different but just as close.
Christmas with star
Light up this Christmas with these lampshades from Ikea. They come in different colors and textures, and they all bring warmth and style. Try combining them to get a cozy corner.
Red detail on the usual plate is enough so that, suddenly, Christmas also explodes at your table. As the reference is so subtle, you can continue using them the rest of the year.
Invest in a festive shelf
Finally, if you don’t have room for a tree and don’t have storage space to display the decorations. The solution: a suspended tree bookcase. Therefore, you only need wood and clothesline materials to design the project. In addition, you can evoke the scent and charm of a real tree by adding fresh branches and keeping it year-round by changing the decorations for each season.
Use light where possible
The warm glow of Christmas lights always ignites festive joy and you can display a cozy woolen garland. That is, it is perfect for homes with neutral color palettes and you can add details in red or gold for an extra touch.
Achieve your greatest potential
When your apartment lacks width, you can enjoy any height by hanging these snowflakes from cardboard. To do this, just climb a ladder and stick the tape for easy installation and removal when the holiday season is over.
Use your kitchen cabinet
As much as you want to cover everything with baubles, you need a free kitchen counter to create festive dishes and cocktails. Keep things tidy and use your lockers instead.
Then, tie the ribbon into small wreaths of flowers or embellishments and secure them at the back of their closets for a festive touch that will not interfere with your everyday life. In addition, you can use this idea for bathroom cabinets or storage throughout the home.
Hang lights on the curtains
White lights always make a space look more appropriate for the season. Some lights directly on the curtains are the idea of simple decor that always looks elegant.
Use your cards as part of your decoration
Were you impressed with your Christmas cards? Keep the decor using some of your favorites to decorate your bookshelf for the season.
Experience Poinsettia flowers
There is no denying that flowers are a Christmas classic, so if you are not willing to make room for a traditional tree this year, they are a perfect option. Place it on a side table, on a window sill, or even on a bookcase to add charm to your holiday decor.
Make a candle holder
If you are looking for the perfect opportunity to express your creativity, invest in a candlestick. Simply wrap your candles in garlands and pine cones to create an attractive Christmas look that is sure to impress your guests.
Make a Christmas arrangement
When you’re decorating a small space, every inch counts. Instead of struggling to make a traditional tree work in your apartment, opt for a small bouquet decorated with colorful ornaments. It’s so chic!
A simple grouping of white stars, especially above your television, is all you need to make your living room cheerful. The best part? They don’t take up any space.