The Holiday Season is knocking at your doors. What are you going to do? Welcome it with open arms. Well, Of course! But before that make your home welcoming and warm with holiday decor for this holiday season.
As soon as November starts, people get excited about the festive season and kick off some indoor decor. From decorated dining, shimmering lights to the Christmas tree; it all starts with ideas. And the epitome is you can expand your creative boundaries far beyond the new year.
We have Santa’s bag full of the best Indoor Decor ideas for you. Let’s hang lights together. Shall we?
Hands down the most common and beautiful decor for the holiday season are garlands and wreaths. They are easily found in holiday markets and they can be DIY too. The beauty of these pieces is that they are very versatile and are part of nature. You can hang garland down the staircase railings, on the fireplace, doorway, etc. Similarly, wreaths go on top of the fireplace, on doors, they can be also hung as chandeliers, and on windows.
Garlands and Wreaths can be made with lights, beads, flowers, fall leaves, ribbon, jute, and different ornaments. You can also drape garlands around lights and on windows. It doesn’t necessarily have to be over the top, it can be basic as well.
From Thanksgiving to New Year a tree is customary. If you think that having a tree is a very traditional idea and there’s nothing unique about it. Pause. Have you tried ‘companion trees’?
‘Companion trees’ are about clustering more than one tree in a room. All trees are of different heights and decorated with ornaments. Another trick is to put a tree in every room of your house to bring festive cheer to every room. They can be of any size you want, but conceptually small trees fit well in small rooms. Some interior designers like the idea of using a planter as a stand for Christmas trees. How do you like this idea?
Moreover, decorating the trees is a task of its own. You can decorate your tree around a color theme like red or white. Or you can decorate your tree to tell a story from the passing year. Shining stars, ice balls, Santa’s sacks, lights, candies, heirlooms, etc are basic and affordable ornaments to decorate a beautiful tree. Throw some gifts under the tree for festive vibes.
The best way to relive the year is through pictures. You can make a garland from pictures, create a mantel or create a whole gallery wall. Get canvas prints of pictures from throughout the year and create a meaningful and celestial gallery wall.
Canvaspop has custom handmade canvas prints, so you can choose the canvas’s color, size, and edges. It’ll give you freedom for creativity. You can choose the color of canvas prints According to your color theme.
As soon as nights start cooling down, fireplaces get their flame back. But, a fireplace doesn’t have to be boring, it should have its own spark both in a literal and decorative sense. Decorate your fireplace with garland, wreaths, candles, canvases, DIY decors, and everything that winter has to offer. The holiday season is also famous for mantels. A mantel is easy to create, you’ll have to add layers and textures to it.
More things that go with fireplace and mantel decorations are vases and bowls. Like vases filled with seasonal flowers, or decorative flowers, leaves, berry twigs, etc. Bowls of pine cones, apricots, dry fruits, candies, chocolate, give welcoming vibes to the decor. You can also put a loaf of bread and wood on the mantel; simple.
The holiday season is about maximalism. So, why hold back from layering? Throw some pillows, cushions, and blankets on the sofa. This will fulfill the concept of layering, texturing, and warmth. Warmer color tones like orange, red, mustard, etc., go well with holiday decor. Choose a warm color theme for this season and decor around it.
Talking for themes, rustic, metallic, celestial, farmhouse-like themes are holiday favorites.
Whether it’s a dining table or coffee table it should be presentable and welcoming. For decorating a dining table you have to consider space carefully because you need space for enjoying food as well. So, be minimal yet practical. Decorate your dining table with candles, metallic shining crockery, or mud pots, wine glasses, and of course warm food. Hung a beautiful chandelier over Dining.
For a coffee table or living room table, you can use some books, a decorative tray with bowls of candies, a coffee bowl, a coffee mug, vases, a crochet table top piece, candles, etc. Isn’t that efficient and effective?
This season is about friends and family. And with your close one coming to meet you, you need to decorate your space accordingly. You have to create a welcoming, comfy, and cozy environment.
Fur throw at sofa or bed, books, scented candles, flower vases, meaningful notes, mesmerizing lights, welcoming front door with a wreath, these all can bring warmth and comfort for your guests. Don’t forget about good food, hot chocolate, and a warm coffee!
Bring nature indoors, not just with trees, but flowers, twigs, fallen colorful leaves, wood, jute, etc. Decorate your home with greenery; from garlands to a mantel, you can fabricate so much. You can crochet tabletops, handmade table runners, Santa’s socks, stuffed cute toys, vase covers, pumpkins, gnomes, etc.
Handmade options are endless from knitted tree skirts to a handmade snowman. And the best part is handmade stuff can be incorporated into any space; from the living room to the guest bedroom.
Talking of a handmade snowman or Santa clause? You can make anything and put your art to showcase.
Besides, if you want to keep it minimalist; keep it minimalist. Stick to a theme and color combination. But, no restrictions to experiments.
Lastly, have a happy holiday!