Who can escape from Christmas season? In the shopping center, we are surrounded by holiday decorations. Christmas Carols are in the grocery stores. Santa Clause parades are on the streets. There is no escape! Don’t get me wrong, I love this holiday. But sometimes, it can be overdone. In the Prairies, I have seen homes keeping their Christmas decoration for 365 days. Trust me, this is not an exaggeration. What about indoor’s decorations? Unsure. Guest what? I will never find out. If you are into holiday decoration, you might as well do it in style. There are other alternatives to consider if a green Christmas tree isn’t your thing. Here are some inspiration for Christmas threes ideas.
1. Neutral color palette with hints of colour. This beautiful home incorporates Christmas decor in a cute way. It is very simple. From Tiny Home Art
2. This rustic space depicts elegance yet also livable. The frosted Christmas tree is in harmony with the chair, rug, throw and the pillows. The texture and the color repetition creates a sense of harmony in the space. From Green Style Gallery
3. If your room does not have space for a big huge Christmas tree, consider other alternatives like this tiny colourful piece as seen in this picture. From Pinterest
4. Consider reclaim wood for a change. I love everything about this tree. From Apartment Therapy
Solange Knowles’ wedding Concept was so simple but elegant. We love seeing people get creative. We were so pleased to see this “Monochromatic ” wedding concept. White painted bicycle for bride and groom. How monochromatic can any wedding get? We really love the bikes. Check them out for yourself.
I believe that black and white mix with gold or wood is just elegant. This combination makes a home pop. You really can’t go wrong with timeless luxury. Coco Chanel stated “Black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is perfect harmony”. Best way to create a beautiful classic space with neutrals is to mix black, white, gold and wood. The room you will create will have drama, power, elegance, and sophistication. Gold will add a luxe, wood will warm the space up and white will soften everything up.
Now let’s get inspired by these incredible spaces:
Warm spaces put guests at ease. The contrast creates drama. The wood element on the floor, countertop, and shelves warm this kitchen. From All Ready Blog
Who doesn’t love luxury? Invest in one good piece in your space for a luxury feel. The gold bookcase adds luxe. From Christine Dovey
Best way to add texture into space is to invest in a beautiful good rug. The zebra rug adds character. From A touch of Luxe
You don’t have to make big expenses to include “gold” into space. Little gold accessories will give you a sophistication effect as seen in this picture. Wood floors and gold accessories add sophistication. From Confetti and Stripes Blog
This pace has wood floors, beautiful gold accessories, and the” the contrast in a home ” effect. Wood floors, gold picture frame, and other accessories add elegance. From Belle Maison
Thank you for stopping by and reading. Stay Fancy and come back again.