If there is not enough space in your country house or apartment to install a large Christmas tree, this does not mean that your house cannot look festive.
We have put together a selection of ideas that will help decorate even the most secluded corners of your home and set a real New Year mood in the house.
1. Decorate the walls
Decorating empty walls in your home will give it an even more festive look. To decorate the walls, use vine wreaths and bright elements. These can be artificial birds, small decorations, berries that need to be glued to wreaths before tying the tape and hanging on the wall.
Create An Artificial Christmas Tree
If you don’t have enough space for a Christmas tree in your home, or you just don’t want to buy a real Christmas tree, then you can create a small Christmas tree from branches yourself. Take a wide coniferous branch, hang it on a hook against the wall and dress it up.
Use Vertical Space
If space in the house is limited, but you still have extra Christmas decorations that have nowhere to hang, it is not at all necessary to leave them gathering dust in a box. Take a look around your home and you’ll see many unexpected places – under chandeliers, on windows, above doorways – that can add sparkle and fun to your home with a few Christmas decorations.
Decorate The Corners
Hang Decorations On The Wall
Use wall space wisely to decorate your home. Liven up the wall in the following way – take a long ribbon, hang elements from it, for example, letters containing a Christmas greeting. To prevent the letters from slipping on the ribbon, tie them tight. Fasten the tape with buttons, and hide the ends under the coniferous branches.
Decorate The House With Small Wreaths
The house is usually decorated with large and spectacular wreaths, but small ones make no less impression. Hang a miniature wreath with velvet or satin ribbon on a shelf or sideboard.
Decorate A Table With A Christmas Tree
Even if you have a lot of free space in the house, a small Christmas tree on the table will add a charming look to your hallway. You can put a garland and glass balls under the Christmas tree or put it in a silver vase. Focus on miniature jewelry. It can be small gifts or sweets.
Decorate The Window Sill
Simplicity in decorating small spaces is the basis of decorating. White candles on a silver tray will add extraordinary grace to your windowsill. Two fake dwarf fir trees wrapped in burlap will add some color to this winter landscape.
Decorate The Window
A painted frame suspended on a ribbon, inside of which a braid with Christmas balls is stretched, will transform the window in your house unusually.