Bright parols, vivid lights and artificial trees decorated with colorful ornaments – these are just a few of what makes Christmas the brightest and most festive season of the year. But who says you can’t have Christmas without being too loud and glam?
If you’re looking for one that’s easier on the eyes, then a minimalist approach to Christmas decorating may be just what you need! Going minimalist offers a calm sense of peace in your quarters without needing too much time and money for set up. Interested? Try these minimalist Christmas decor tips for yourself!
Christmas Tree of all Shapes
No need to rush to the mall to get that perfectly big artificial pine tree for your Christmas tree. Simply make use of what you have in the garden. A potted plant should look perfect in your receiving area or living room. Just make sure that your chosen plant scales right in the room!
Trade the Flashy for the Low-key but Still Festive
You can do without the flashy golds, silvers and crystals! Instead of the usual shiny Christmas balls, you might want to try a garland of neutral-colored beads on your Christmas tree.
Bring a Little of the Outside Inside
Look for more usable elements from the outside. Sometimes, nicely painted branches are all you need to make for a good-looking wall decor or rack to hang your Christmas stockings on.
Simple Paper Decor
Put your craft skills to the test. Christmas tree origamis make for cute table toppers in the living room, while strings of cardboard stars (with a touch of color) by the windows should add a cheery vibe into the space.
Big holiday cheers can come in small, neatly-wrapped boxes too! Whether you go for a muted and modern theme or stick to the traditional, Christmas will always be a season of warmth, joy and cheers.