We make the holidays memorable by sprucing up our spaces with fun, colorful, and bright decorations — after all, it is the season when we deck the halls with boughs of holly! Christmas decorations are already up in the malls. You've already decided on a theme for this holiday, but you're not yet ready to go shopping!
Here are some interior design tips before going on your holiday decor shopping spree to have a stylish home this holiday season.
Evaluate Your Space
Before making any decisions, constantly evaluate your available space. Your space will help you determine whether your decorations are appropriate for your home. Consider the size of the room as well as how you intend to use it. Is there usually a lot of traffic around here? Do you use it for social gatherings? If so, think about decorations that aren't easily knocked down or that don't clutter the functional surfaces. Make sure to get proper measurements to make sure your decor fits!
Themes As Guides
Having a theme in mind will help you make your home's design decisions, but you shouldn't feel constrained to adhere to it in every detail. It's there to guide you and not restrict you! In the end, it all comes down to the themes that bring you the most joy. Avoid sticking to trends and traditions just because they are widely used—most of the time, being unique is good too!
Pick A Color
The best way to make a room look fantastic is to use a wide variety of colors and fabrics in creative ways. Pick out what you think will look best in your house. Classic and complementary color schemes include red and gold, silver and white, and gold and green. If you're having trouble coming up with ideas, mood boards can help you get inspired!
Each space should have a focal point, whether it's the tree in the living room, a garland leading up the stairs, or a beautiful centerpiece in the dining room. By concentrating your decorating efforts on one section of a room at a time, you can establish a solid foundation for the rest of the room's design, making sure that all of the elements flow together and complement the room's focal point without making the space feel crowded.
You don't want to be restricted from performing your daily tasks. People frequently make the mistake of becoming so preoccupied with decorations that they end up selecting something impractical that interferes with their day-to-day schedule. A great way to avoid this is by thinking of your family and your guests. Focus on making them feel at ease while they are in our home when decorating!
Know your personal style and how you want your home to appear this holiday season! Do not be afraid to break the rules. After all, Christmas is the season of magic where anything is possible. Experiment, mix and match to create a unique Christmas look that everyone will remember beyond the holiday season.