7 Skilful Christmas Decorations Ideas for a Merry Christmas


'Tis the season to be fancy! Fa la la la, la la laaa. You are about to be skilful, you are about to be Christmassy, and you are about to nail Christmas decorations this year. 
Get your creative ducks in a row, as we shower you with ideas to compete with some of the world’s best Christmas decorations. Who knows, maybe your home may shine brighter than Rodeo Drive Holiday lighting of Beverly Hills. Are you ready with your supplies? 
Here is your decor itinerary:

  1. Candylicious Christmas tree
  2. Christmas-y hot chocolate station 
  3. A snowy winter wonderland 
  4. Peppy Christmas table decorations 
  5. Christmas gifts in elegance 
  6. Snug staircase 
  7. Savoury Christmas aroma


1- Candylicious Christmas Tree

Candylicious Christmas Tree

While there is no one way to decorate a Christmas tree, here is a fun idea to make yours pop- adorn it with candies. You can’t go wrong with a little sweetness! 

Here is how you do it: 

  • Get some store-bought Christmas tree ornaments in different candy types. Choose them in an assortment of colours to make your living room shout sweet merry Christmas.
  • Hang those candy canes, peppermint candies, popsicles and gummy bears alternatively in a circular fashion. 

 

2- Christmas-y Hot Chocolate Station

Hot Chocolate

Amp up your decor game and bring Christmas to your kitchen and bar. Let every nook and corner give extra warmth and accentuate your decorations. 
Serve drinks and beverages in style and give a Christmas vibe to it. 

Here is how you do it:

  • Decide on a dedicated place to set up a beverage station (if you haven't decided on one already). 
  • Go for traditional Christmas colours like brown, red, green and white. The idea is to set up the station in synchronization with your overall theme. This will definitely take your festive decor game up a notch. 
  • If you want to build the beverage station from scratch, go for a wooden log for the base. If you cannot find one, paint the base to imitate wooden texture. 
  • Place a white and red canvas tablecloth on top of it for effect.
  • Decorate the hot chocolate dispenser with wreath or fir tree leaves.
  • Hang up a poster to make your station more welcoming. 
  • Put up a little blackboard and write the specials. 
  • If your station has drawers, neatly fill them up with mugs, mason jars and decanters. 
  • To make the station more lively, leave thoughtful little notes. 


3- A Snowy Winter Wonderland

wonderland

If you want your guest to drop their jaws to the floor, go crazy with the entrance to your home. Make them lose their minds with your outdoor Christmas decorations. The best idea is to create a winter wonderland that looks like some scene right out of Narnia. 

Here is how you to do it:

  • Begin by decorating your front door. Find contrasting baubles and wreaths to hang up on it. Nowadays, unique yet simple looks chic, and what’s more ‘chic’ than simple, attractive yet in sync with your overall decor? Something so small like a doormat can become a statement piece. 
  • You may go a bit more cutesy by adding fairy lights to the door frame. 
  • Apart from the lights, you may also use garland to give a cool touch. 
  • Moving from the door, it’s time to bring Christmas to the porch too. 
  • Install a mini Christmas tree for the porch. Add some logs, stockings, lanterns, sledges, baskets and throw in a lawn chair for that cosy rustic vibe.

 

4- Peppy Christmas Table Decorations

table decorations

Say grace with Christmas on your table as you sit down to enjoy every meal. A spectacular centrepiece, leafy table runner, mini Christmas tree or personalized Christmas ornament will tie your decorations together.

Here is how you do it:

  • Create an appropriate centrepiece to match up with your overall decorations.
  • If you went with the candylicious tree for the festival, go ahead with a similar centrepiece too. Colour code and put candy in a beautiful glass bowl and decorate it with bows and leaves to make it more appealing.
  • Furthermore, do away with the regular table runner and go for one which suits the theme better. A green grassy one can be a great fit. Throw in some blankets or warmers on the chairs too. 
  • Add little effect artefacts like a DIY snowflake coaster here and there. Also, don’t forget to add little gingerbread men around the serving bowls. 
  • Mindfully plant some pinecones (if possible) and fresh flowers as edgy toblerones. 


5- Christmas Gifts in Elegance

Christmas gift Elegance

In addition to the general excitement in the air, the most fun thing about Christmas are the thoughtful gifts. After all, we all want to be rewarded by Santa for being good all round the year! Don’t you think we need to put a little extra effort into wrapping them?  

Here is how you do it:

  • Personalize your gift wrappings by adding a beautifully calligraphed name tag, a spruce leaf with berry branch, and a little tinsel to each. 
  • Keep the pattern and placement uniform for all the presents. 


6- Snug Staircase

Staircase 

The staircase in your house demands some extra attention. You don’t want it to be looking any less festive. Just like for Halloween, we are going to spice up the bannister. 

Here is how you do it:

  • Buy some evergreen garland and twist it around the bannister.
  • If you have some leftover ornaments, tie them to the garland to make it pop. 
  • Go all creative and feel free to add decorative items like ribbons, balloons or dainty lights. 
  • Some battery operated lights along the staircase will also add that soothing tone.

 

7- Savoury Christmas Aroma

Christmas Aroma

Your house will obviously smell delicious with all that roast cooking and cake baking, but don’t forget to add a refreshing balm by lighting up some Christmas candles or incense.

Here is how you do it:

  • Find the perfect spot to put candles in your living room (preferably away from the vents and frequently opened windows).
  • Once you are done fixing the exact location, decorate the place with some non-flammable home Christmas decorations like angels, candle holders, jingle bells. 
  • Build that sombre ambience with a well lit, divinely smelling common room with a comfy fireplace and gorgeous incense spot. 


There is so much more to home Christmas decorations than hanging baubles and wreaths. The right placements and a suitable theme can make a world of difference. 
While there is no one way to decorate your house on Christmas, there is surely a better way - your creativity will lead you to this better, more improved style. 
 

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