It’s finally that time of year again: the most wonderful time of the year! With the holidays approaching, we can finally dive headfirst into the newest festive design trends and have some fun implementing them into our homes. Keeping with the spirit of the season, we have compiled our advice on Christmas decorations. Here’s our instantaneous how-to on producing stunning Christmas displays, so keep reading!
Inviting Christmas decorations
The festive spirit may be sparked by both interior and outdoor decorations. It’s hard to describe the magic of a neighborhood decked up in Christmas lights and decorations. In such case, open your door and let the holiday cheer in. The warmth of a well-appointed space is unrivaled. Some of our favorite ways to adorn our homes during the holiday season are as follows:
Put the star on top of the tree
A Christmas light string inserted into an electrical socket signals the start of the decorating process. For me, it’s best to start at the very pinnacle. If your tree topper has a plug-in power source, you may use this to power it. I painstakingly decorate the tree by wrapping lights individually around each limb. The tree and I make a big circle. I make sure the strand doesn’t become tangled around the tree by switching directions just before completing a full circuit. When decorating a Christmas tree, I like to do it when the lights are already on; this allows me to stand back and check the tree’s progress as I go.
Decorating your Christmas tree with a star
The last step in decorating a Christmas tree is placing the star or angel on top. Over the years, we’ve completed many different types of tree tops. After a burning star, Santa Claus, an angel, and a bow, this year’s holiday decoration is complete. There’s no one correct way to decorate a tree, but there are plenty of interesting options. Putting the tree ornament on now helps me avoid knocking anything away from the branches later on.
Deck the halls with ornaments and a tree
Decorating a Christmas tree with beads and garland comes after stringing lights around the tree. To better notice any holes in your Christmas tree, you might want to switch off the lights now. From the highest point of the tree, I carefully string beads all the way around. You may add as much or as little as you want, depending on the fullness effect you’re going for with your tree.
Embellishing your tree with ribbons and blooms
Trim your tree with bows and faux or dried flowers once you’ve strung beads and garland around it. When decorating the Christmas tree, one of my favorite things to do is to choose wired lace to make little bows to place around the limbs. I also use clip-on artificial poinsettias, which I fasten to the tree.
Somewhere along the line, I heard that the ideal form for a bouquet of flowers or a bow would be a triangle. Add branches to the tree in a triangle design.
Color scheme for the Holidays
Want to know some Christmas decorating tips? Just keep things straightforward. Using just Christmas-appropriate hues and this year’s most fashionable ornamentation may turn any room into a winter wonderland. The most common colors for Christmas decorations are green, red, and gold, although blue and purple are also common. You only need one bold hue to create an impact, and that hue should be red.