2022 Holiday Decorating Tips
Holiday season can be a fun but stressful time for all of us. From planning get-togethers to decorating your home, it can all add up quickly. Here are a few holiday decorating tips that I have up my sleeve to make the upcoming events less stressful.
Tip #1: Plan Ahead
You can’t do everything at once, so plan out your schedule to make sure that you have time to decorate. It might not hurt to start decorating early so that you can take a couple days to do it or have it done before your guests come. Feeling overwhelmed can take the fun right out of the holiday season. Create a list of what you need to do so you have a solid plan in place.
Tip #2: Don’t Stop At The Entryway
Take your holiday décor throughout your entire home. Stopping at the entryway can feel awkward and not very cohesive. Decorate the living room, bathroom and kitchen for a seamless look into the holiday season. Even if it’s just a simple touch here and there, it will flow a lot better than just having festive décor at the door.
Tip #3: Less is More
The holidays can feel very festive and extravagant but if you take anything away from this article, keep in mind that less is more. Having too much décor can result in everything competing with each other and take the attention away from some really beautiful pieces throughout your home. Keep it simple and thoughtful for the perfect balance of holiday extravagance.
Tip #5: Get To Wrapping!
Find some interesting wrapping paper and wrap some presents or objects around your home. Not only is this a DIY décor idea, it looks great! Make it an interesting yet consistent accent throughout your home.
Tip #6: Involve the Whole Family
The holiday decorating doesn't have to only be left up to you… unless you want it that way. Involve the whole family for a fun holiday bonding activity. Little do they know it’s also taking some work off of your plate.
Hopefully these tips helped ease some stress going into the holiday season. Need a professional interior designer? Call me today at (651) 468-6208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.