The holiday is around the corner, and its vibe will continue until sometime. Thus, you need to decorate your house right now. Besides, you won’t get any trouble if you don’t pull those decorations down or replace them to suit the newest season. Plus, you don’t want your house looks bare when other people’s houses are full of festivities, do you?
So, here I have some holiday room decorating tips.
1. Sprigs All Over
I understand that some of you don’t have time or too tired to decorate. But come on! The holiday is coming, and you don’t prepare anything? No way! But, if that’s the case, I encourage you to follow this tip.
Spread some sprigs all over your house. Not on the floor, but in some places where people can see it without thinking that you are littering the house. Attach some of them on cushions with ribbon, backrests, or glue it on doors.
People say that less is more and that’s right. Look at how this centerpiece made of glass make your living room table pop and luxurious. Use your glass vase with or without brims and fill it with some decorative glass balls. Choose gold or silver balls to enhance their festivity for your holiday room decorating items.
Pomanders are a great functional decorating item. It looks pretty and warms up the vibe while giving out its fragrance. To make ones you need fresh oranges and cloves. Pin one orange with some cloves. Do this for the rest of the oranges you have, then put them in a vase. Place the case on any table where you can enjoy its look and fragrance the best.
It’s always good to get enough light in your house when it gets dark, especially during the holiday. Placing some paper lanterns to light up the stairs is always a good choice. The light illuminates your steps while the decorative lantern tone up the day. Choose those that suit many festive holidays. So, you don’t need to store lots of different lanterns for different seasons.I can’t say that those holiday room decorating items are enough for everyone. But, those are the least items that you should have if you don’t have time.