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The temperature has dropped and the holidays are fast-approaching, but there’s plenty of time to get festive. It’s the most anticipated time of the year for children and adults alike - when we look upon winter, we can't help but think of Christmas. They say Christmas is a magical time; part of its magic is the exquisite delight that the holiday brings to the senses – the smells, tastes, colours, lights and memories. It’s a season full of wonders, where hearts warm up with joy and excitement. Christmas is also an excellent occasion to unleash your creativity and express yourself through wonderful decorations.
Not sure how to decorate your Christmas tree? Whether you keep it neutral with a pared-down aesthetic or lean into major glitz, we're certain you’ll find something to make your spirits merry and bright. So with that in mind, we listed the most desirable ideas for Christmas decor in 2019. Come and discover the magic!
Reminiscent of flamboyant nightclub scenes in the 80s and 90s
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Sparkling lights and holographic textures, it's a fierce look that will perhaps divide opinion. This party theme is a celebration of neon nostalgia to transport you through Christmas. Using a bold palette of colours including; gold’s and pinks allow this holiday scene to handle glitter galore. A self-expressive theme, the key here is to select unusual shapes and textures, building on it with vivid colours to create an eclectic look.
Christmas time can be the ideal moment to take a step back and escape into our very own sanctuary
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As the name suggests, this theme is driven by mindfulness responding to new priorities of wellbeing, rest and rejuvenation. Harmonious, calm tones are mirrored with soft hints of blush pink, rose gold, pearls and crystals to create a soothing and joyful aesthetic. Mix with soft teal hues, knitted cushions and a cosy Berber Beni Ourain to create a retreat to recuperate in.
We already know Christmas can be a stressful time of year, so why not soothe the mind and escape for a moment of calm amidst all the chaos
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Take inspiration from nature for your decorating scheme this year: A rustic theme, rich with wood details and neutral shades are a perfect complement to the raw natural beauty of the season. Adding fresh evergreen greenery, such as garlands and wreaths layered with pinecones and acorns, will bring the outdoors in - providing your home with a beautiful natural look, which smells heavenly. Create a welcoming and rustic atmosphere with reclaimed wood accents, soft fur textures, and a variety of greenery to bring some wintery woodland joy into your home this holiday season.
An understated yet beautiful theme, combined with the tranquillity that snow-filled landscapes present
Crunchy snow, icicles and laughter from building snowmen are reflected in the mood, textures and colours in this theme. Set the scene by mixing faux furs, natural materials and layering woollen blankets over the furniture. For a finishing touch, opt for glistening silver and whites, frosted effect decorations and snowy white animal baubles.
You can't beat a traditional look for conjuring up that nostalgic magic
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A classic, traditional theme, is probably the most popular decorating style that is seen in homes year after year. Nostalgia plays a key part in the festive season and this theme touches upon past traditions and new ones. The classic red and green colour combination is guaranteed to create that warm feeling around Christmas. And what better way to accessorise your theme than with a perfectly coordinated rug, we have chosen the GEORGIE Persian Rug for this classic traditional look.
Are you looking for a more toned down vibe this Christmas?
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If decking the halls for the holidays feels like an overwhelming chore and you’re ready to scale back on your décor; consider the hygge way. Create a gorgeous minimalist festive space, focusing solely on the essentials. Decorate for Christmas without spending much time and money. Use understated decorations to bring some simple Christmas cheer to your home this year. Who needs flowers? Branches and tea lights set a cosy, wintery mood. Gather a few mason jars and some twigs to recreate this very hygge-friendly look. Add a few simple ornaments or paper snowflakes, and you can use this arrangement as your dinner centrepiece.
I hope these Christmas decorations gave you some ideas on how you can decorate in your home for the holidays this year! If you liked our post on 2019 Trending Christmas Themes? Don’t forget to follow us on Pinterest and Instagram.