Every year, you mostly do the same thing when it comes to decorating, so over time you get into a routine. Decorating is no longer interesting to you and you usually do it for the sake of the children and you try to finish it as soon as possible. If you recognize yourself it’s time to change that.
We bring you tips on how to make your ambience beautiful in order to take great photos and in the best possible mood to welcome the upcoming holidays.
About Christmas tree
Well, let’s start with the most important thing, without which no Christmas can pass, and that is the Christmas tree. Today, there are many choices regarding the size and quality of the Christmas tree, so choose the dense ones that look as natural as possible. It would be cool if you could get real wood.
The most common species purchased as a Christmas tree are actually spruce and its variety – silver spruce, which is the most beautiful type of spruce and best tolerates transplanting. Keep in mind that real wood takes in oxygen and its presence can cause allergic reactions in sensitive people.
By buying seedlings, you will join the general trend of environmental protection, and you can keep the Christmas tree in the sod, with good care, until the next New Year. Later, it can become a decoration of your garden and, if you wish, in the coming new years, a garden Christmas tree.
The New Year’s tree is an evergreen tree that is brought into the home or placed outdoors a few days before the start of the new calendar year. The Christmas tree is decorated with various beads, decorative ribbons, and light bulbs, while before they were more often decorated with candles. An angel or a star representing the Star of Bethlehem from the story of the birth of Jesus Christ is often placed on top of the Christmas tree.
Beautiful holiday scenery
Everyone loves to see nicely decorated rooms for the New Year and Christmas holidays. There is no better feeling than coming to a seasoned and beautifully decorated home. Decorations make the season of Christmas holidays magical, so we all try, especially in this period, to better and more beautifully decorate our place of residence and living to the joy of us and our loved ones.
See how you can best decorate the Christmas tree and home in relation to the ambience of your space.
Bright shades of space
If your space is quite bright, there is a lot of sunlight and the walls and the furniture are white or cream, then it will be best for your Christmas tree to be in a similar tone. The decorations on the Christmas tree should be light and pastel shades but you can also play with darker shades of blue and purple which will give a good contrast.
We recommend white decorations under the Christmas tree or somewhere in the room, such as a white deer, white or cream blanket, white sock, or white Santa Claus toy.
If you want to “break” the whiteness, you can do so with pastel shades of bombs, such as blue, gold, pink, and meat color. Avoid red and gold decorations unless you have some red piece of furniture such as an armchair or carpet.
Dark shades of space
If your ambience is dark, in the sense that you have black or dark brown furniture, then red tones will go well with such an ambience. Have your Christmas tree decorated in a classic Christmas stimulus, red-gold bombs, red gift socks, a gold star, and neutral pain lamps.
The red color will give a perfect tone to darker ambiences. You can’t go wrong with the red-gold combination, but if you want to get out of the routine, then you can pair the color of red wine with classic green or terracotta red with olive green which will give a pleasant and warm atmosphere to your home. Also, and blue goes well with red.
Multicolored shades of space
If your space is full of colors, then you do not have a classic light or classic dark note, but various colors can be found there, then follow the color matching.
For example, if your sofa is blue then the combination of blue-gray decorations fits perfectly. If the other piece in the space is for example pink or powder, then instead of gray you can put that particular color. It all depends on what your ambience is. We bring you basic color matching to make the decorating process easier.
Matching individual colors:
White: blue, red, black
Beige: blue, brown, emerald, black, red, white
Gray: red, purple, red, pink, blue
Pink: brown, white, mint green, olive, gray, turquoise, light blue
Red: yellow, white, green, blue, black
Brown: cream, green, beige
Orange: blue, lilac, purple, white, black
Yellow: blue, lilac, purple, gray, black
Olive: orange, light brown, brown
Green: golden brown, yellow, brown, gray, cream, black, cream white
Turquoise: red, yellow, brown, cream, dark purple
Black: all colors, especially orange, pink, green, white, red
We hope we have given you some simple ideas to prepare your home in the easiest and best possible way for the upcoming holidays. Be creative and enjoy the warmth of the holidays.
Merry Christmas! Rejoice! And stay safe and sound. And yes, don’t forget the gifts.
We hope you enjoyed the article. We would like you to write to us in the comments about how you decorated your homes and how you plan to spend the Christmas holidays.