What a tiring week! Anyone else has such a long and stressful week? Me, too! But, it’s already over. I have so much on the agenda tomorrow and it includes me cleaning my office, making new Christmas supplies since it does not look anywhere else close to this right now.
The 7 Cozy Christmas Decor That You are Obsessed With
And, now, my new Christmas supplies and other decors already scattered everywhere, and they need to be piled up. I know a lot of you haven’t thought about Christmas yet, but, it’s possible to keep in your mind these DIY projects. So, you will be more ready in this coming Christmas with these 7 cozy Christmas decor. Let’s explore!
1. Recycled Materials
No doubt set out the same holiday decor is truly easy and practical. But unifying new Christmas decorating trends doesn’t mean you have to do a complete overhaul of your existing decor. This year, you won’t be spending money on new decor pieces—rather, you can repurpose your existing pieces and pairing them with inexpensive stuff to create some DIY Christmas decorations.
2. Small Scale Christmas Decor
Is it okay to skip the big Christmas dinner and opt for a more intimate holiday with close family members? I think that’s okay. Like this eclectic Christmas tree, it’s easy to do yourself and make your unexpected nook becomes something incredible.
3. Farmhouse Neutrals
The farmhouse whites or mid-century modern blacks and greys, neutral decor isn’t going anywhere this year. The neutral Christmas decorations are decidedly in. For the best farmhouse Christmas decor, you can match them with your existing color scheme. You don’t have to go all out on those traditional Christmas colors; red and green. Try something new and more neutral such as white, black, navy, natural wood tones, and other neutrals can all look just as festive as more traditional Christmas colors.
4. Old Family Photos
Best of best of Christmas decorating ideas that add a sentimental touch to your mantle this year: old family photos. Scour old family photo albums for some of the best snapshots of all your loved ones on Christmases past, then arrange and create a tree on the wall.
5. Traditional Table Runner
You could skip your favorite fabric table runner in favor of something that adds a bit more color and texture to your table—a white garland adorned with string lights and colorful ornaments.
6. Vintage Holiday Signs
Turn your dull entryway into a cozy spot for Christmas treasures with a coat of paint and some stencils of cut vinyl. This vintage sign works best with rustic-farmhouse neutral Christmas decorations.
7. Something Sweet
If you’re looking for a project, you could take on a from-scratch gingerbread house, it makes an equally sweet centerpiece for your kitchen island.