From simple DIY projects to affordable seasonal decorations, you’ll find plenty of holiday decorating ideas for creating a holiday atmosphere. Whether you’re looking for a traditional look or something a little more rustic, there are plenty of ways to make your home merry and bright this holiday season!
Start with a few select, neutral pieces that will add charm and cheer to your home. A pre-lit artificial tree, a string of twinkling lights, a few evergreen garlands, and some mercury ornaments will create a beautiful holiday atmosphere. Add a few candles, a cozy throw blanket, and some throws pillows to complete the look.
A great and budget-friendly way to decorate your table is to start with a simple white flower arrangement from your local grocery store, and add some red roses for a vibrant pop of color. You can also add berry picks, pinecones, and evergreens. Create a whole tablescape by adding a holiday runner, some simple candlesticks and everyday white plates.
Mix one or two Christmas pillows with your everyday neutral pillows to add a bit of cheer to your living space. Choose Christmas pillows in classic colors such as red, green, and white, or opt for more creative designs that feature reindeer, snowflakes, or Santa himself.
Use a few decorations and colors to keep the room looking festive. Start with a kitchen island centerpiece such as a festive wreath, a few Christmas candles, or some sprigs of evergreen. Hang a few garlands from the walls or window frames. Add a few strands of Christmas lights around the room for a bit of extra sparkle. Finally, top off the look with a few Christmas-themed kitchen towels, oven mitts, or a plaid table runner.
Adding a decorative banner to your home is a simple way to bring holiday cheer. Whether it’s a classic Christmas message or a pattern, this is a great way to add some holiday flair. Swags can be hung in any room, from the kitchen to the living room, and even outside with the right materials. Garlands come in a variety of materials, like paper, fabric, and wood, as well as in many colors, sizes, and styles.
One key to simple Christmas decor is to let your tree speak for itself. You can select a few special decorations to place on the tree, such as ornaments and ribbons, but try not to overdo it. Instead of going crazy with decorations, use the tree and its beautiful sparkling lights as the focal point and accessorize it with natural elements, like pinecones and berries, or simple decorations like garland and bows.
Twinkle lights are simple Christmas decor that can instantly bring a magical feeling to any space during the Christmas season. They come in a range of colors and sizes, so you can easily find the perfect look for your home. Hang them on the wall, around a doorway, or around a window to add a touch of holiday cheer. If you want to get even more creative, why not make a light garland to hang around the mantel or stairs?
Wreaths come in a variety of styles, colors, and sizes, so you can find one to fit your home’s decor. Hang a wreath on your front door to welcome guests or place one on a wall or window to add a cozy touch to your living space. Wreaths made with fresh pine and holly, or ones adorned with lights, baubles, and other decorations, are sure to bring the Christmas spirit into your home.
Incorporating mason jars into Christmas decor is an easy way to create a cozy atmosphere. Choose jars of varying sizes, fill them with decorations like epsom salt, evergreen sprigs or holly, and place a LED flameless candle in the center. This will create an eye-catching and welcoming centerpiece. To make it even more cheerful, decorate the jars with a ribbon or twine.
his creates a cozy atmosphere in any room. Whether you choose shiny glass ornaments, bright and colorful plastic ornaments, or a mix of both, the bowl will be a beautiful and eye-catching display. You could also opt for garlands or wreaths of greenery and ornaments to fill the bowl.
Simple Christmas decorations can create a jolly atmosphere for the holidays and add a touch of cheer to any home. If you use any of these ideas make sure to tag me on Instagram @ninahendrickhome! Happy Holidays!