I love holiday decor of all kinds, but lately I’ve found myself especially drawn to traditional Christmas decor — styles that speak of history and the old world and huddling around a beautiful tree all lit up in the midst of a cold German winter. If you, too, find yourself attracted to this look, here are 11 ways you can bring it home. Above: A Magnolia garland drapes a mantel from Design Scouting. This look from Country Living mixes evergreen boughs and fruit.
Well it happened. I have officially started decorating for Christmas. I know it's still probably a bit early for some of you, but this is actually late for me. Believe it or not, I already had my tree up this time last year. Yep, I was in full blown Christmas mode by the second week
Basically, there are possible things that you can apply in decorating the ceiling. The first one is by hanging some ornaments there. Then, you can also install the chandelier or any other kind of lighting with the winter design of touch. If you want a more permanent one, you can paint the ceiling or simply apply the wallpaper in a winter theme. You may check the following references so that you can get inspiration. #ceilingdecoration #winterceilingdecoration #ceiling
Decorating your home during the holidays typically involves a bit of red and a lot of gold… green even! However, this year farmhouse decorations are making the rounds out of fall and into the holiday season. There are so many little touches that you can add to your holiday decorations to give your decor a […]