November 20, 2020 3:53 pm
Christmas is a time of creativeness and self-expression, and what better way to do that than through interior design.
A little goes a long way! After all, they do say less is more. Going for a minimalist style won’t make your home feel less warming or inviting. With current times, many people will be spending Christmas with close family and some even alone, therefore keeping it minimal is a great way to not only avoid the seasonal issue of having nowhere to store the abundance of Christmas decorations when it’s time to take them down, but it also adds that festive touch to your home without overwhelming the space! Anything from a small garland on the fireplace, fairy lights draped onto the stairwell to a mini artificial tree will create a lovely illusion of abundance without being overwhelming!
There is no doubt that blue has been a huge colour all year round. With the Pantone colour for 2020 being Classic Blue, the rich royal hues have made for a stunning shade to incorporate into kitchens, living areas, bathrooms and shows absolutely no sign of slowing down during the festive season. Add a touch of glamour and sophistication to your home this season by incorporating the stunning shade into your Christmas décor! Rich navy blue tree ornaments paired with luscious gold, white and champagne shades not only look fabulous paired together it also adds that gorgeous sought-after glamourous touch!
Recycled / Natural Materials
This season is all about going green, from wrapping gifts in eco-friendly alternatives, to purchasing eco-friendly decorations. With searches for ‘eco friendly Christmas products’ up 150% over the last few years you are bound to find stunning, on trend decor items that won’t harm the environment, in turn helping you reduce your carbon footprint
Traditional Christmas Décor
Everything from the traditional tree, to the décor and everything in between, there seems to be a real desire for tradition this year, more than ever before. Many people are craving that nostalgic feeling of Christmas day, before the unprecedented events of 2020 came into place and stripped the normality out of many people’s lives. Ditch the brightly coloured baubles and metallic tinsel in favour of a more traditional decorating theme. Nothing says traditional Christmas like the classic combination of greens and reds! Think red knitted stockings hanging above the fireplace, red baubles, cushions and maybe even a pop of plaid!
Nordic Scandinavian Vibes
Scandinavian design is all about simplicity and functionality. So how does this differ from minimalism? Well firstly, with minimalistic Christmas decor you can choose any colour to play around with, however, with Scandinavian Christmas décor, white is the focal colour. Think white with natural wood accents, throw in a bit of green foliage and natural flowers, a few hints of silvers, a pop of gold and there you have it! Not only is the Nordic Scandinavian look considered wonderfully cosy it adds a real sophisticated edge to your home.
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