Are you slowly getting ready for Christmas decorations? The shops are full of decorations, and the first Sunday of Advent is just around the corner. If you are one of the lovers of this holiday full of lights and the smell of candy, and you can put up nice decorations, this article is just for you.
Elfcore Ala Festive Maximalism For Christmas Decorations
While traditional Christmas decorations are still a big hit, other styles have come to the fore in recent years. Nostalgic holiday maximalism, which is also called elfcore, has been at the top of the list of Christmas trends for a few years now. It mixes the charm of childhood with traditional decorations. If you’re thinking of incorporating elfcore into your home, go for rich colors, layering, patterns, and elf-themed decorations. In short, more is better in this case, and overpaying is exactly what this style is all about. Of course, but with taste.
Authentic, natural, and sustainable
On the other hand, this year is also a modern return to authenticity. The use of natural materials, colors, and elements is great not only because of their incomparable beauty and quality but also because of the excessive pollution of the planet with plastic. Christmas is about purity and light, nature and hope; therefore, natural materials are best suited for decorating and creating gifts for our loved ones.
Sustainability in holiday decorating is also a trend that has been gradually expanding over the past few years. So bet on glass, wood, ceramics, and paper—these are all materials that return to home interior decoration and tree ornaments.
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Just like last year, DIY decorations, i.e., those that we make ourselves at home, enjoy great respect this year. Paper stars for the windows or Christmas-themed garlands… There is a lot to choose from. Gifts wrapped in recycled paper decorated with Christmas origami or twigs also look beautiful.
Classic Christmas colors and a bit of wildness
When it comes to colors, gold is making a huge comeback—a festive classic! It looks great with green and red accessories, but also in combination with white, beige, or brown wood. A metallic mixture is also fashionable. You can achieve a wow effect by mixing gold, bronze, silver, and rose gold on your Christmas tree.
Christmas also includes light, purity, and simple elegance. Earthy tones, classic neutrals, linen, and wooden nuances are also in vogue for this year’s Christmas holidays. This year’s trend of Christmas color combinations on the world design scene is also betting on bright, bold colors to add energy and improve the mood. We can meet, for example, in soothing green or blue. The same goes for the terracotta and orange hues, which evoke a touch of winter fire and the warmth of the earth.
This year, you can also see pastel tones, especially when it comes to the decor of Christmas trees or wreaths. This year, not only thanks to the movie Barbie, pink was sizzling, but it will not be any different during the holidays either. So if you are among the big lovers of this color, you will surely be delighted. Pink and light blue go well with silver and gold. Even the light green decorations are not a step away.
Christmas Decorations Minimalism in white
If you like minimalism, a tree with white decorations also looks amazing. On the table, you can again create a beautiful white tablecloth enlivened with Christmas decor. Use a white tablecloth and a white tablecloth or runner in a slightly different shade. Also white plates. Beaded garlands, gold or silver cutlery, and candlesticks add a bit of holiday sparkle. However, you can also fine-tune the table with natural materials.