During the festive season, we open our homes to many visitors new and old, friends as well as family members. And I must admit that most people want to show off to their guests how their homes look like.
The living room
This is one space that is going to be occupied almost the entire time people are in your home; one has to make sure that the decor is as perfect as you want it- you cannot afford to make any silly mistakes. On this day make sure that your Christmas tree is in place, your walls are also decorated in a simple but classy way to bring up the bustling atmosphere to welcome Christmas.
If you think the living room still looks under decorated, one can add a bow tie for the regular frames that are still vacant on the wall. Each frame is a blue ribbon with different colours to create colourful space, gorgeous.
You can also put small jars of flowers around the edges of the window; the windowsill is a bow to the lovely gift boxes. Dried fruits also work quite well as centrepieces on the dining table, as well as attaching ribbons at the window. Don’t forget to check if your candles are in place. Do not underestimate the power of candles on this day. When they are rightfully placed in simple, but not fussy manner, they turn a simple living room into a luxurious space.
This is one important room because the biggest part in the celebration of Christmas takes place here. Places where families gather to eat food in order to celebrate Christmas. For that, the dinner table deserves to get a touch of Christmas décor. The red colour is a distinctive Christmas colour which can add to the warmth of the Christmas dinner table. Since the contents of the room will be filled with lots of red and white do not forget small things that matter, like adding a small crystal and silver shine and sparkle to your room.
As a centrepiece, remember to place large bowls filled with sweets and chocolates and colourful balls that will add a touch to the entire dining décor.
This is also the day when all the chinaware and silverware that are kept for special occasions are used. When preparing the dining table remember to use chinaware that match with your entire décor theme so that they don’t look out of place. After all this; sit down with your friends and family and have a great time; Remember to fill your house with lots of love and laughter so that you complete the entire meaning of this great day. Merry Christmas!