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Our daily life gives us less opportunity to escape the bitter reality. Therefore, the complicated approach to a lively organization, including decoration is no longer so popular: it seems that many are superficial and do not evoke the spirit of Christmas. Christmas decorations may be a little more economical, but they have to be made for us and our families.
He doesn’t have to look complicated, fancy and arrogant. It always depends on small details that help us not to lose confidence in beauty and optimism.
When decorating for Christmas, remember to keep space in proportion: If you have a large room with a vaulted ceiling, you need a tree that will fill the space properly. Here, lush pine is decorated with splashes of pink, bright blue, and apple green – to the color palette in the room.
Don’t underestimate the power of boxwood flowers paired with gold accents, such as elegant deer candles. For a good look, make sure that your garland is long enough to sweep the floor on both sides of the shelf. Mini woven bouquets are affixed with simple magnolia and pine stalks dressed up in traditionally neglected wall spaces. Some colorful flower stems help brighten up one corner of the room.
Decorate the all-white space with oversized magnolia (depending on framing the entire fireplace area, not just the fireplace), bright red accents, and adorable rows of mini trees. Fresh green apples tucked on a shelf add seasonal color without damaging the edges.
You can explore your guest room to make it more attractive. Starting from the most basic things like colors and materials, to the special ornaments of Christmas you can apply easily in the guest room. Are you ready to change the Christmas room?