Winter holidays are just around the corner and we should hurry up if we yet have not decorated our home.
Missing this warm and these joyful moments – that we usually share with our closest people and members from the family – is a big loss for home atmosphere and home coziness. If you do know what to do with your minimalistic living room, we have some easy tips for bringing the Christmas spirit into your home. If you have some really original ideas for the decoration procedure during the winter holidays, comment and share them with us, all kind of odd and extra ordinary recommendations are welcomed.
Modern hanging Christmas trees design
Start with the Christmas tree. It is the main and the most important element in the Christmas decoration. You can miss all of the trinkets, garlands and other ornaments, but the Christmas tree should find its place in the minimalistic living room. Even though this style is not so decorated and ornamented, during winter holidays it will become a little bit merrier, colorful and jolly – it should do!
Stylish christmas decoration
Place the Christmas tree in the corner, next to the windows or just behind the decorative glass table of the room, so all family could gather in the Christmas Eve and open the presents. Some gorgeous idea for an original Christmas decoration in your minimalistic living room is to pick up an artificial white tree. Real Christmas tree is an appropriate choice for a room where the floor is terracotta on linoleum. A mini decorative Christmas tree could be also placed on the decorative cabinet or even on the table of the room.
Christmas tree decorating
Besides the Christmas tree, holiday decoration is the Christmas stars, which will perfectly suit to a living room, where the color scheme is close to gold, brown or yellow. Hang some garlands on the shelves or on the door of the room, and install the blinking lights on the curtains – turn off the main illumination of the room at nights and do not forget to wish something – miracles are happening all the time, especially at Christmas!
Text by Abigail