On Trend Christmas Decorating Ideas

 

 

Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, some may say, others may strongly disagree.
However, you can’t deny that having Christmas decorations up around your home doesn’t make you feel at least a
little bit more cheery and warm inside!
When it comes to the festive period decorations, they don’t have to be bright red, shiny or glittery.
Choose a theme that best suits your home already. Be that dusty pink, neutral tones, monochrome or perhaps traditional red
and green is exactly what you’re looking for!
Below are some on trend Christmas decoration ideas to give you some inspiration for your theme this year.

 

 

 

If you are a fan of Scandinavian interior, then this Rustic theme will be perfect for your home.
Think painted white wood, snow dusted fir tree branches and faux fur rugs.
The idea is to fill the room up with lots of greenery and wood instead of tinsel and decorative Christmas ornaments.
Not only is this a gorgeous theme, it gives everyone a chance to get creative with making your own Christmas décor.
Check out our previous blog post on how to make your own Christmas wreath,
which can also be used as a table setting display!
https://www.johnevansdesign.com/how-to-make-a-christmas-wreath/

chirstmas decorating theme ideas

 

 

christmas decoration theme
You can never go wrong with these traditional Christmas colours.
Not only are red and green the epitome of Christmas, they are cosy, warm hues that instantly make
a room feel incredibly festive and above all, homely.
For this theme, ensure your room / home has plenty of green foliage complete with red berries throughout,
twinkling fairy lights and comfy red throws and cushions.
The Christmas tree should have a mixture of red, green and gold baubles. For that magical finishing touch,
place an angel or star on top of the tree.

 

 

christmas decorations

A white Christmas theme is not boring in the slightest. More is definitely more when it comes to white
decorations during the festive season.
Make sure to experiment with different textures such as faux fur rugs for under the tree, white twigs placed
within the Christmas tree, dusted pine cones and white tinsel. It won’t look as garish as it sounds!
To complete the look, wrap some plain white fairy lights around the Christmas tree, and
on your fire place if you have one.
You’re home will be looking like a (stylish) winter wonderland in no time!

 

monochrome christmas decorations

Black and white aren’t exactly the first choice of colours you would chose as your Christmas decoration theme.
However, when styled correctly, monochrome can look extremely cosy and not to mention incredibly stylish too.

Start by introducing black and white accessories such as Christmas stockings,
candle holders and baubles for your Christmas tree.
For that snug finish, ensure you have plenty of candles to give the room a gorgeous warm glow and
hang some pretty fairy lights from the ceiling, around the fire place or even wrapped around a twig tree.

christmas decorating ideas monochrome black and white

 

Rose gold christmas decor

There isn’t anything more millennial than dusty pink and rose gold.
When put together, the two colours complement each other exquisitely well.
For Christmas decorations, dusty pink baubles are essential for this theme, accompanied with
twinkling fairly lights and silver tinsel for the Christmas tree.

Rose gold candle holders are the perfect accessory, set them on your mantel piece, dining table and coffee table,
the subtle glow along with the soft colour pallet will make any room look cosy and certainly on trend.

 



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