The holidays are the most wonderful time of the year and you know what makes the best time of the year even better? Decorate your house with a variety of Christmas decorations with your family to create a festive atmosphere. Take inspiration from these ideas and festive decorating ideas for spaces big and small to get every inch of your home in the festive spirit. Whether you prefer a traditional decorating style or want to experiment with fresh and fun decorations, we have eco-friendly and feasible solutions for you. Now, let's find inspiration for Christmas decorating together!
1）Give Old Favorites New Life
Find ways to maximise what you already have. There's no need to buy brand new decorations every year. You can reuse elements such as ribbons, ornaments, bells or potted plants year after year to blend in with your new seasonal finds.
2）Replace Your Sparkly Topper With Neon Sign
Christmas is a time of joy and celebration - don't let your tree get too caught up in serious traditions! For the homemaker who wants to try something a little more glamorous, this shiny tree decoration is the perfect way to add drama to your Christmas tree. Hang a Christmas-inspired neon sign on the tree and make your own by tying together a set of curly silver rods from your local craft shop and attaching the pieces to the top of the tree. Decorate the rest of the tree with equally sparkly colours such as bright pink and gold. This is the perfect Christmas tree for young families. Bonus? A glittering bowler hat also makes a great decoration for New Year's Eve!
3）Accent a Collection
Bring Christmas to every corner of your home. Look for out-of-the-way display areas, such as the top of a chest, to add sparkle and shine. Whether your vignette stays up year-round—like this collection of mercury glass—or is seasonal, keep the fluffing simple so it doesn't compete with the collection. Cut appropriate lengths of greenery, like fresh magnolia, boxwood, pine, fir, winterberry, and American cranberry bush berries to fit vessels. Add them to about half of the vases as to not overpower the beauty of your collection. Echo the elements of green and red by threading holly berries across your furniture or hanging a wreath from a strategically-located point on the wall.
4）Glitz and Glimmer
Place your Christmas tree neon sign on a dimmer to ensure a lovely glow and pair it with meaningful home decorations to create a tree of your own.
5）Pile On the Plaid
Plaid is not just for school uniforms and collared shirts. For classic, old-school festive cheer, use plaid as the theme for your Christmas decorations. To avoid too much of one pattern, don't be afraid to mix and match plaid patterns of different sizes and proportions. Start with a clear plaid garland and then decorate with metallic, solid-coloured ornaments. Using the presents under the tree itself as decorations is the easiest and most economical way to incorporate plaid into Christmas. Choose 2-3 rolls of plaid gift wrapping paper and 1-2 solid patterns in complementary colours. Mix and match ribbons on each gift to display the gifts in layers.
6）Think of a Novel Idea
For a hint of holiday flair with a literary touch, put spare paperbacks to work by stacking them into a Christmas tree. It's a wonderfully whimsical touch to a mantle or bookshelf.
7）Add Neon Sign To Your Mantel
The neon sign is not only for doorways and porches. Make interesting decorative neon signs for your mantelpiece in surprisingly unconventional materials. neon sign with its glowing warm yellow lights is one of the most popular elements of the moment - its colourful and light patterns are perfect for many occasions. In this Christmas decoration, the Christmas tree and the Merry Christmas Neon sign form a rustic display for a minimalist living room. The red Christmas bauble with HO HO HO written in various heights and the Christmas tree add a festive touch to the natural arrangement and can be used throughout the autumn and winter seasons.
8）Pull Out Extra Ornaments
As the popular saying goes, "waste not, want not". Bring the joy of Christmas into your home by using every last ornament to stretch your festive decorations to the maximum. Arrange any extra decorations into leftover vases or wicker baskets. This inexpensive decorating idea means none of your beautiful decorations will go unused. We've even added a few strands of leftover ribbon to our collection of decorations to bring colour to the display. Stack vases on coffee tables and side tables to spread the colour scheme throughout your living space. Arrange gifts around the bases of your decorations to blend them into their surroundings.
9）Make Your Own Stockings
This rustic Christmas mantel décor is an easy craft that even your 3-year-old couldn't mess up. For a cheap holiday stocking display, skip the extravagant stockings and instead, make your own. Use simple and inexpensive burlap fabric from the fabric store to fashion handmade Christmas stockings. Hand-stitch the edges of each stocking foot with light-colored twine – the messier, the better. With these stockings, a loopy, uneven stitch actually compliments the rustic burlap. Label each stocking with mismatched block letters, found at a flea market or on sale at a craft store, for a personal touch. Secure to your mantel using the same twine used to stitch the stocking.
Or you could try using a Christmas stocking neon sign instead of a traditional fabric stocking and let the warm light shine on the way to Santa!
10）Hang neon sign in Windows
Your house will catch the eye with this novel way of adding extra Christmas cheer to your windows. Decorate bare windows with a quaint winter scene. Surround the scene with balloons in warm colours and a Merry Christmas Neon sign glowing with warm yellow lights to add a strong Christmas touch to plain windows. Personalise the scene you choose to display - for an elegant, modern setting, hang glittering decorations from the ceiling. For a fun and festive Christmas setting, try displaying Santa hats and sleigh bells.