Freshen Up: 4 Tips for Readying Your Holiday Home
Filipino’s Christmas preparations start as early as September. For some families, dressing up the home can be a chore—after all, you have so many decor to hang around the home with so little time. Natural elements, distressed wood, classic furniture, and antique metals give your living room, dining room, or even your private reading room a festive spin without fuzzing your essential design with these easy tips.
Homey For the Holidays
A rustic appeal is an easy style to pull off if your house exudes the atmosphere of an old home. Organic elements, rough wood, old-styled furniture, and unpolished metal already create a homey feeling, highlighted by the natural warmth that’s much needed during the cooler season. Decorate with elements of the season that match the rustic atmosphere—some air plants, punches of color with tabletop berries, and even some playful accents like a small reindeer. These simple additions can complete the look and you can have yourself a simple tablescape even just for two
Curious Curator for Christmas
Let your quirky eclectic personality shine by decorating your holiday home with items as unique and interesting as you! Just be careful of the line that toes between tasteful and tacky. Having an anchor element in your design can help. Pick out a single festive color when choosing your décor for a sophisticated look. Touches of gold can add a wonderful bit of sparkle to your already amazing home.
Old Soul, New Tricks
Having neutral tones in your interiors creates a timeless, classic style perfect for those quiet little corners in your holiday home. Dress up your space for the season of giving by adding punches of fun holiday colors! Green works best to retain a relaxed and soothing atmosphere while giving your home a festive yet refreshing look.
This holiday season can tend to be all about colors and frills, but that doesn’t mean deviating from your signature minimalist look. Incorporate the festive feel of the season by adding subtle yet striking elements to your spaces. A splash of one holiday color—like yellow—can work wonders! Create a warm welcoming feel for your guests in your foyer by adding pops of this color along with more versatile decorative pieces like candles, instead of the usual seasonal décor.
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