Blue is the most favorite color by people in the world. Although it is not in the traditional Christmas color palette, it can be a perfect backdrop to showcase all of your Christmas dazzlings. We love to use shades of blue to enliven a space or create a holiday festive atmosphere with a calming modern flair. Today we are going to share 5 ideas to use blue to dress up your holiday decoration.
Blue on your front door.
If you are thinking to fresh up your entry door, color of blue can be a great choice. It is so dynamic and can create either modern, classical or something in between style to showcase your taste and personality.
What can be more excited than setting up a festive Christmas table? And the best part is that we always can try a new fresh color palette.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3_zNZNPQ4w&feature=youtu.be KHK Designs’s Home for the Holidays 2019-2020—-Christmas Tabletop—featured with Pantone color of the year 2020 Classic Blue, Waterford Crystal wine glasses and candlesticks, Wedgwood dinnerware, GlobalViews accessories to create a festive modern classic tabletop.
So , here is our dining room for KHK Designs’ Home for the Holidays 2019-2020 featured with light lilac Chinoiserie wallpaper and design furnitures in a muted nutral color palette.
Inspired by Pantone color of the year 2020—Classic Blue, we would like to featured this dark blue shade on our holiday table-top. Opposite to the traditional green and red color palette, the blue color palette does deliver a super chic festive feel. And Waterford’s crystal glasses add a touch of glamor to the table. Meanwhile nutcrackers in navy blue and white uniforms talk to blue on Wedgwood’s fancy dinnerwares and Waterford’s dazlling blue holiday wine glasses. So the tables-cape we created for this year’s Christmas is elegant, sophisticated, chic and modern. A pop of red fresh flower centerpiece anchors the whole table and adds another happy and cheerful layer.