Take A Cue From Top Christmas Decoration Trends for 2018

Christmas decoration

It’s the most wonderful time of the year,

With the kids’ jingle belling,

And everyone telling you “Be of good cheer”,

It’s the most wonderful time of the year,

It’s the hap-happiest season of all,

With those holiday greetings and gay happy meetings,

When friends come to call,

It’s the hap-happiest season of all.

You’re right, sirree! It is a merry season, indeed. We just can’t stop this feeling of glee from taking over our mind, body, and spirit. We want to deck the halls, bring in a gigantic Christmas tree, and hang up all the fairy lights we can find in the market.

If you’re just as crazy about Christmas decorations as we are, here are some lovely ideas that are going to spread the festive spirit to each nook and cranny of your house.

A Christmas Centerpiece

What Christmas celebration is complete without food? And what dining table is complete without a centerpiece? When thinking of ideas, try and be ingenious, not elaborate. Use Christmas decorations, stars, balls, candles, and flowers to craft yourself an eye-catching decoration. For those who are slightly better with DIY projects, consider making festive-themed snow globes or mini Christmas wreaths at home.

Long story short, chuck that token vase of flowers and think of a Yuletide-inspired Christmas centerpiece, so that when friends and family pop in for a hearty feast, they can compliment you on more than just the food!

Have a White Christmas

Ditch the traditional red, green, and gold, and have yourself a nice wintry Christmas. An all-white Christmas decor is very chic and reminiscent of mountains and snowfall and everything calm and quiet. If you’re hesitant about going ‘color-less’, add just that tiniest dash of color – may be green or gold – to make things a bit more interesting.

Simple, Subtle, Superb!

Gone are the days when Christmas was a festival of excess, where more was less, and less was unheard of. Today, less speaks volumes, less is indicative of high taste, and less is the poster child for subtle sensibilities.

So, show some restraint, put back 90 percent of the decorations you retrieved from your attic. Select a few choice pieces and let LESS do all the talking.

Think Rose Gold

Who knew that when Apple launched a rose gold iPhone, the color was going to wrangle its way into Christmas celebrations? That’s right. Rose gold has become trendy, and when paired with copper, champagne, and pastel pink, it looks quite stunning. What do you say? Time to reconsider the traditional Christmas color palette?

Spread the Cheer

The Christmas cheer is spreading, and it’s escaping your living room to touch every corner of your house. This year, turn your attention to all those places you’ve been ignoring. Not just the halls, deck the stairs, the kitchen, that lonely little spot in the corner, and while you’re at it, hang up a string of stars in the bathroom as well. Why play favorites with your rooms. Let them all be touched by the Christmas spirit.

Observe Tradition … by Breaking Tradition

We all love the Christmas tree – it’s so beautiful, so uplifting, so heartwarming. It personifies the spirit of the festival, but as far as embodiments go, it doesn’t have to be that exact. As long as it’s in the general vicinity of a tree-like shape and looks nice and festive, we’d say you’re pretty close.

Think out of the box. Make your own tree. There’s no dearth of ideas on the Internet and some of these minimalistic trees are so eye-popping gorgeous that you won’t regret giving up on the good old evergreen conifer.

Be inspired by our these stunning, awesome & unique decor trends and make yourself ready to welcome it. I am quite sure that your family friends & guest will get surprised by these decorating tips.

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