The holiday season has arrived, and home decor is trending. This year, “home is where the heart is” has taken on new significance. That said, transforming a house into a holiday wonderland is one quarantine activity a homeowner can enjoy. So, here’s a little inspiration.
A Sparkling Tree
Gold Christmas trees are sure to be a big hit this holiday season. They’re sparkly, elegant and luxurious. Moreover, gold tones are sunny and bright — features that people are in need of right now.
The homeowner also can take tree decor up a notch with pink and gold. Tinsel, ornaments, bows, garlands and lights in pink hues make a bold statement. Alternatively, a pink tree with gold accents is also arresting.
Another beautiful combination is rose gold, yellow gold and white snow-tipped tree branches. No matter the setup, the pink and gold color palette is a shiny, glitzy choice that broadcasts Christmas cheer.
This year, farmhouse neutrals are a must in holiday decor. Happily, this decorating theme is so adaptable, and homeowners can easily find farmhouse decorating elements that complement many home decor styles.
Some popular examples are green and cherry red garlands with white-topped pinecones and gingham bows. Likewise, rustic touches, evergreen sprigs, burlap Christmas stockings, vintage signage and black-and-white farmhouse-style accents delight the eyes.
Homemade or store-bought, these neutral colors, patterns and farm-themed items are warm and inviting. Plus, they imbue the home with the holiday spirit without going overboard.
Tinsel and glitz are eye-catching and festive. But, trying something a bit different can be dramatic, as well. With that in mind, garlands are a great option for innovative holiday decor.
These fun ideas are sure to please:
- Accent staircases with garlands of greenery adorned with fluffy white pom-poms and simple linen bows.
- String beaded garlands across doorways and entryways for visual and auditory cheer.
- Create a citrus garland made of lemons, limes, blood oranges and navel oranges to decorate the kitchen.
- Decorate the dining room and kitchen with candy sash garlands.
- Weave ribbons through a green garland to hang over the fireplace mantel.
Unique garlands are a fun way to personalize holiday decorations. So, let the imagination run wild so creativity can strike.
Navy Blue and Metallics
For the traditionalists, holiday decor is not something they change every year. Fortunately, lovers of conventional Christmas colors — such as blue, green, red, silver and gold — can still be trendy. Navy blue and metallics are big favorites for the 2020 season. Decorating the home in traditional holiday hues is a beautiful and fashionable choice this Christmas.
Yet, the ultimate in-home holiday decor is a new house designed for a family’s specific needs. Are you looking for a new place to call home? Award-winning Grand Homes has been building houses in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area for more than three decades. Reach out to learn how we can help design your dream home or find a grand home ready for move-in.