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Mark the start of the season and give guests a warm welcome by hanging a wreath on your front door, whether you opt for something traditional with festive foliage and bright red berries, or a contemporary light-up wire star wreath. Struggling for Christmas decoration ideas? Garlands of winter greenery, potted trees and hurricane lanterns will add to the festive effect. Not just for doors, wreaths also look great on walls. Try hanging one above the mantelpiece or in a guest bedroom for an extra seasonal flourish. Not decided on your tree or table theme? Discover Christmas tree ideas for 2021 and inspiration for your festive table.
Why should the tree get all the attention when you're decorating for Christmas? String up a selection of Christmas baubles and foliage, alternating between the two, to create a stylish hanging wall decoration. Turn a mantelpiece, cupboard top or shelf into a festive focal point. Bring the outside in with a vase full of seasonal greenery and red berries. Line up adorable felt robins, nutcracker soldiers and snow-covered miniature Christmas trees to tap into childhood nostalgia, then add light-up decorations for a warm, cosy glow.
The sun may be shining outside, but nothing says Christmas quite like a snug spot in your home (keep the aircon on for added 'chill'.) Give your soft furnishings a festive switch-up with cushions and throws in tactile textures and seasonal shades, from velvet cushions featuring embroidered robins to a faux-fur-trimmed tartan throw. Choose pieces in complementary colours for a put-together look. Christmas decorating tends to focus on the living room, but there's no reason you can't add a festive touch to bedrooms, too. Try a bedding set with a seasonal print, add a festive pillow and create a magical glow with light-up decorations.
Words: Miranda Eason
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