If tradition is your thing, nothing like a Christmas in red. A little wood and some green details will just give the final touch.
THE CENTER OF CHRISTMAS
The tree is the key piece in Christmas decorations. Make a red stand out everywhere.
Lining the decorative balls with chunks of Scottish fabric will give the tree a rustic touch.
DECORATE WITH CANDLES
Combining candles of different sizes along with a green touch will give a bit of warmth to any corner.
CUSTOMIZE THE GIFTS
A pretty wrapper adds a plus to the gift. Look for papers that combine like these from ScrapHouse.
DECORATE TABLE AND CHAIRS
The wooden table and upholstered fabrics give shelter to the space. Choose Christmas figurines and snub them to the chair with a sprig of fir and white paniculata.
AND ALSO THE NAPKINS
Use paper stars that you can make with pieces of paper that you used to wrap the gifts.
TABLEWARE IN RED
To avoid overloading the table, use tableware with elements in red and top with a combination of classic and red cups.
You can use them to decorate any corner. If you put them in a basket, they will help you maintain the rustic line, and you will maintain order and free the ground.
Red is the color that possibly best defines Christmas. It may be a matter of marketing, by identifying it with Santa Claus, but whatever it is, the truth is that it is the color that predominates in most houses by these dates. And, as they say, red is the color of love. And what better time of the year for your home to radiate love for the four walls!
Red will be the color that defines all the decorations, and green is your best ally. The green of the tree can be extended to the rest of the house through garlands and crowns so that everything is impregnated with Christmas.
The balls, red, of course. But to give it an innovative touch, you can use different ornaments and linings. Complete the decoration with transparent balls that bring luminosity. And, to top it off, get some snowflakes and splash the tree with them. Ah! And remember to light it well: from top to bottom, and from the inside out. There is nothing worse than a tree that seems to have thrown the lights on it.
Another important aspect to be taken care of on these dates. As for the tablecloths, several ways give the table a simple and elegant touch. Bet on incorporating some decorative detail such as pineapples, green touches, and a candle. And don’t forget to decorate the chairs too. Typical Christmas decoration figurines such as deer or stars are a good option.
COMPLETING THE DECORATION
Candles, stars, and wooden letters. They are an unquestionable decorative resource, and at Christmas even more because they bring that warm and bright touch that combines so well with this time of year. Create compositions with white candles of different sizes, and accompany them with stars and moss. You can use them as a centerpiece, on a window ledge, or to give life to any corner. The stars and wooden letters will help you to complete the decoration.