Have you looked at pictures of beautiful rooms with white Christmas decor in magazines or on Pinterest and wished you could make your home look just as elegant? I know I have. It’s time to do it. For an elegant look these holidays, start arranging the right decorations and you’ll be impressing your friends and family from now on. Here is all the information you need to succeed.
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Everyone loves the thought of an elegant holiday, but without a background in Christmas decorating, it’s hard to know exactly how to go about making your own holiday have that elegant look.
With the tips listed below, you can have the kind of décor you’ve always wanted.
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Elegance equals unity. This is where many people go wrong when decorating for Christmas. They simply use too many colors – and while that might turn out to be eye catching, it’s distracting and busy.
You want the colors to work together and cool colors are always more elegant than warmer ones. For example, red and green decorations, while traditional Christmas colors, when placed together, don’t project an air of elegance.
The top two choices for elegant color are gold or white or gold and white together. You need to go with those colors throughout your home – one smooth color scheme. It may seem like white won’t look very inviting or seem very much like Christmas, but wait until you have it all together and you’ll be amazed.
For elegance in electric lighting, never pick the bigger lights. Opt for the smaller white ones inside – and yes, even outside your home.
Have you ever noticed how some restaurants use those tiny white Christmas lights all year round? That’s because those lights project an elegant dining experience. When you’re placing lights on your tree, use the smaller lights and use as many strands as your tree can comfortably hold.
White Christmas Decorations
If you have a classic green Christmas tree, try decorating it with only white and gold decorations. You can use white Christmas ball ornaments or white snowflakes on your tree.
If you’re buying a new tree, consider getting a white artificial tree (see the Top-Rated White Trees Here) and decorating with white keepsake ornaments and gold balls.
Instead of choosing poinsettias as your flower to decorate with, choose dozens of white roses and put them in delicate glass vases throughout your house.
For a table centerpiece, place white pillar candles on a mirror base. Cover the edges of the base with gold or white ribbon.
Decorate the corners of the rooms with different wrapped gifts. Make sure the gifts are wrapped in gold paper and tied with white ribbon bows or do the opposite. Wrap the gifts in white paper and use gold ribbon to form the bows.
Take a collection of Christmas balls in white (or gold if you’re working with two colors) and place them in a large, heavy glass bowl. Place the bowl in the center of your coffee table.
Replace all of the different colored guest towels (here’s a selection of top-rated white bath towels with 10% off or more) in each of your bathrooms with thick white ones. Lay a small hand towel beside each sink and place a gold ribbon around the middle of it.
White Christmas Table
When it’s time to serve the meal, serve the food on only white dishes or gold ones. If you use place cards, use white cards with gold calligraphy writing.
A good way to set the theme for your table is with a white floral garland as a table decoration. The garland (shown above) could also be used on a table as a runner. You can also wind it around white pillar candles or angel ornaments on your table as a centerpiece.
White decor is elegant at any time of the year. If you keep white as your decor all year round you have the option to introduce the gold color as a theme at the holidays. When you’re finished with your Christmas decorating, your home will have that white elegance you’ve been striving to achieve.
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