LOOMLAN has released a free tip sheet to help Decor Intusiasts cut through the clutter and get to the most important aspects of 6 Home Christmas Decorating Ideas and Christmas Colors for 2022 that are essential for success. The full list of tips can be found on the company’s website, https://loomlan.com/blogs/loomlan-tips/6-home-christmas-decorating-ideas-for-2022.
Some of the most effective tips include:
What are the Christmas Colors for 2022?
Red Perhaps the most Christmas-y color there is; red really captures the attention wherever it’s used in the room. For most homes, it is recommended to tread lightly with it but when it’s Christmas time, you can totally let loose and use red wherever and however you want it.
Dark Green Despite being complementary colors (i.e., colors that sit opposite on the color wheel), red and green tend to clash when used together. However, using the right mix of them presents a very pleasant aesthetic. We see this all the time in nature with green leaves and red fruits like strawberries.
White Christmas takes place in the winter and since snowy countries like Germany have played an important role in the development of Christmas as a festival, the color white is yet another classic Christmas color to use during the holidays. We’re big fans of using white as a color to design homes due to how versatile it is. It can easily be paired with other colors and if used properly, it can help bold colors look even better by reducing their heaviness. During Christmas, you’ll see a lot of white candles, chinaware, and fake frost.
Gold Gold is one of those colors that is used in numerous religious celebrations. It is often considered auspicious and a symbol of wealth. Christmas, however, strays away from this depiction of gold. This color is instead meant to represent the sun and light that is much cherished in dark and cold winters. You’ll often find it being used on the dining table or on ornaments like bells and the star that goes on top of the tree.
Turquoise and Teal Christmas is not about minimalism. This year, even more so with new exciting ways to put a bold twist on a traditional silhouette. I mean, who doesn’t love peacock, more specifically the mesmerizing vibrant colors of its tail, its gracious look, and its stunning posture? Well, if you find this unique bird as breathtaking as we are, then you will love this new Xmas decorating trend. A bold mix of turquoise, teal, emerald green, and everything in between, accented with decorative peacock feathers and even peacock topping the tree instead of the traditional star is probably the most unique, extravagant, yet extremely gorgeous look this season
6 of the most timeless home Christmas decorating ideas that will help your home look perfectly ready for the holidays.
Lawn – Doesn’t it feel absolutely wonderful to take a small night drive through the neighborhood seeing all the Christmas lights your neighbors have put on their lawns? This Christmas, we encourage you to decorate not just the interior part of your house but also the lawn. After all, it sets the mood right from the moment you’re about to enter your driveway. The first thing you’re going to need is some good ol’ plants. Take a moment to visit your nearest botanist and get some outdoor plants. After that, it’s time to place a few Christmas motifs like reindeer and sleighs on the lawn. If you want to make this a more enjoyable activity for yourself or your kids, creating snowmen and snow angels never ceases to stop being fun.
Front Door – Although technically still a part of outdoor decor, the front door is usually one of those things that almost everyone decorates and so we’ll treat this as a separate category. It has been observed in many religions that the main door of the house is adorned with symbolic motifs to welcome the spirit of the festival and the luck it brings. One of the symbolic motifs you’ll see on every front door during Christmas is the iconic wreath. This is a circular assortment of flowers, leaves, twigs, and other decorative pieces that is hung on the front door. If not the wreath, then the second most common door decorative item would be a hanging basket that is filled with pinecones, small frosted branches, and some twinkling lights.
Fireplace and Mantel – Fire and the warmth it brings is another motif that we see a lot during Christmas. Depending on where you are within the country, you may or may not experience adequate snowfall to need a proper fireplace. However, you can now get digital screens that look like a fireplace without any of its heat or upkeep. Let’s say you do have an authentic fireplace and you want ideas on how you can decorate it besides just placing stockings on the mantelpiece. Our number one recommendation is to use some green Christmas garlands on the mantel. It covers a lot of space and is considered a quintessential decoration item; as you read on, you will find us coming back to this for many different locations. Another thing that you can put on the mantelpiece is an advent calendar along with some white gothic candles placed in gold candle holders.
When asked about the reasons behind the tip sheet, LOOMLAN Interior Design Team said, “We want to help our customers and blog readers to turn their home into the most picturesque winter wonderland with these 6 home Christmas decorating ideas. We want to help them discover the most daring, unique, and exciting new ways to decorate and celebrate Christmas this year”
The tip sheet is available for free and Home Decor Enthusiasts are encouraged to share the tips with others who find the information useful. Any questions can be answered by going to the company website, https://www.loomlan.com, and filling out the contact form there.
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