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.
Well, Christmas is less than a week. Is your home ready for the holidays yet? If not, we totally understand because we all have a busy life. And to be honest, there’s really nothing to worry about. It is what it is. Here is a trick question you can ask yourself from now on to Christmas : what is one thing, one little thing that I can do to make my home festive—that little things can be just decluttering your yearly-around mail mess, re-styling your bookshelf, getting rid of tired decor on your coffee table, add some fresh greenery and citrus fruits on your display plates… So, from today, we are going to share some simple tips to make you home holiday ready. As you know, we, Californians, always love laid-back style. So, please read on.
If you don’t have that much energy to do the whole-house Christmas decoration, we know that can be a daunting job, why not focus on one area in your house to make it festive, sweet, warm and super cute. We always love to dress up a little Christmas corner–use a pop of color, an unique piece of artwork, a statement furniture, and of course a fresh Christmas tree and some very cute Christmas gift boxes. Then you may feel you don’t really need to travel anywhere for the holidays but just chill out at this soothing corner with a lot of holiday cheers.
So here is our little Christmas corner for this year. It’s modern, chic, mixing high-and-low with some traditional Christmas elements.
Chic—a fresh nutral color palette: light pink , taupe, brown and white to make all of Christmas things shine.
Organic—We contrast traditional checkered pattern Christmas packages with brown paper wrapped packages to bring in some organic vibes.
Natural—We always love everything natural including Christmas trees.
Festive—Color of red somehow always bring holiday cheers to people.
Hope you find the above tips helpful and can reduce a little stress out of you.
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The holiday season is just around the corner. we hope you are excited as much as we are. As you know, all of the beautiful things are out there. After all , the holidays are about celebrating the special moments with family and friends. So plan the celebration ahead and plan it well.
There are many many ways to decorate your holiday home. And besides Christmas trees, greenery garlands, for sure, can play off another drama for your holiday decor. You can get them from Trader Joe, nurseries, flower markets or DIY by yourself. The key here is to get the real one. We guarantee the natural lush greenery garlands will instantly fresh your mind, put you in the mood and make you feel like you are in paradise.
So today, we are going to talk about 5 ways to leverage these natural greenery garlands:
Hang around your front door to gracefully greet your guests.:
2. Drape around the stair rails.
3. Beautify your china cabinet.
4. Yes, hang above your bed to have a sweet dream about Santa.
5. Drape loosely on your open shelves decorated with in-season citrus fruits like lemon and lime.
Suzanne Kasler is always one of my favorite designers. For over twenty years, she has created warm, inviting environments that strike a balance between elegant, traditional design and practical comfort. I came across her Christmas deco for her own home back to 2012. It’s just stunning.
Hello, December! Christmas decorations are in full force. No matter what’s you mood and how busy you are, it’s really up to you to make any holiday season festive, happy and special. There is only one Christmas a year. Why not make it beautiful? If you are not into big construction work, there are so many different ways to decorate your houses in this holiday season. Here is our project I would love to share with you :
There are 5 steps we did for this project:
Change the wall color from the old dull yellowish color to cheerful candy pink—it’s youthful, feminine and elegant. The traditional Regency walnut breakfast table, Louis-XVI chairs and trimmed upholstered sectional sofa add a touch of classic and make the space more grow-up.
Add a cream faux fur area rug to make the room cozy and inviting.
We go all natural from Christmas tree, green branches around beams to dried fruit wreath at the back of the chairs. It’s more fun, inspiring to play with natural materials. Here are some guidelines on how to take care of real Christmas trees.
Have some modern brass lighting fixtures to make the room dazzle–it can truly fresh up an old space immediately.
Make your table display festive and beautiful—it’s show time.