Christmas is quickly approaching, which means you’ll be decking the halls before you know it if you haven’t already. While Christmas trees, stockings and wreaths will never go out of style, there’s something so magical about adding fun, new items to your Christmas decor. Whether you prefer a classic Christmas look or stepping outside of the box, we have some decor trends that we know you will love!
Neutral Tones & Textures
We love the traditional red, green, and gold color schemes as much as the next person, but the use of a more muted color palette is wildly popular right now. Soft neutral shades sprinkled throughout your home is an effortlessly gorgeous look that will definitely catch your guests’ eye. As home decor trends are leaning more towards a neutral palette, it makes sense that neutrals would make their way into Christmas decor, too! Whether you prefer a calm woodland look with shades of cream and brown or over the top golden glam, sticking to neutrals can bring warmth to your home all winter long!
Greenery has always been a well-received Christmas trend, but how it’s being used this year is unlike any other! Designers have recommended draping greenery in unexpected places - mirrors, light fixtures, kitchen hoods, door frames, the list is endless. Mixing different types of greenery is also a rising trend! Whether you combine different strands to create a more organic look or add woodsy elements like twigs and berries, a little dimension is all it takes to make your garland stand out from the rest! We love the way that Studio McGee incorporates greenery throughout their home. Check it out here.
" Natural Sustainability " : the two words that have been used most often to describe decor trends this year. When decorating your home this year, try bringing the outside in! Dried oranges and apples are easy to find and provide a warm and cozy look to any tree, wreath, or centerpiece. To reduce even more waste, try using recyclable paper or cloth when wrapping presents. If it’s time to replace your Christmas tree, consider the pros and cons of a real vs. fake tree. Real trees are a renewable resource but require heavy maintenance and disposal. The carbon footprint of a fake tree is significantly higher than a real one when getting rid of it, but it can be used for many years if taken care of properly. If you’re interested in creating a more eco-friendly environment during the holidays, check out Open the Door Events "Festive Eco Christmas Ideas. "
Whether your home is traditional, modern, or somewhere in between, we hope these Christmas trends spark inspiration for your perfect holiday style. You can find décor inspiration like this and more on our Pinterest. So crank up Pentatonix’s Christmas album, deck the halls, and enjoy celebrating the reason for the season - our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
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