The holidays season is in full swing and Christmas is just around the corner. The holiday joy is in the air as the neighborhood begins to put up their decorations. As you start your home decorating, take a look at these helpful tips to make your home stand out and have a welcoming, warm vibe.
The Front yard
The lights in the front of your home are a holiday tradition getting the lights just perfect is always the goal. Keep in mind this season that too many lights does not mean you have more holiday joy than the rest; instead, it gives off the opposite message. Keep your holiday lighting simple. If you’re using color lights, keep a subtle pattern throughout. If you’re going white lights, try and stay with the white light theme throughout. It’s not about how fantastic your lighting is, but on the nice welcoming feel, you can create.
Christmas tree lighting and decorations tend to get a little out of hand at times. One of the things you can do to make sure your tree stands out is using different size lights in the tree. Having large lights wrapped around and then small lights will contribute to making your lighting unique and shine brighter. Don’t be afraid to put up your ornaments on the tree. Holidays are a time of family, friends, and yourself so put something of every one of the tree to personalize it.
When it comes to decorating your living room accessories are the key. An easy way to bring the holiday spirit to the living room is to scatter around Christmas hats. You’ll be surprised at how many guest will put on the hats when they are within reach. Hang up stockings and add decor that represents you and your family traditions.
Yes, you can add holiday joy to your kitchen as well. Set up a gingerbread house and have the ingredients needed to have your family add to it every chance they get or replace the parts they have ate. This is an excellent interactive activity because you might slowly see the house grow and grow or start crumbling down.
You have a beautiful display of lights outside the home, but make sure not to neglect the inside of the home. Your inside lights can be an add on to the rest of your decor inside the home. Have them surround your living rooms holiday accessories. Make sure you’re not covering the inside of your house, though, keep it simple and you’ll have a warm vibe that will instantly put anyone in the holiday spirit inside and outside of your home.