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Approved Holiday Decorating Tips

Approved Holiday Decorating Tips

Decorating your home for the holiday season can be a bit of a mixed bag. On the one hand, it’s always amazing to see the space decked out with wreaths, garlands and jingle bells. But, it can be tough to know where to start.
So, if you’re still not sure how to approach your holiday decorating, we have some must-read tips for you. And these aren’t just any tips, they come from professional interior designers!

Pick a Theme

“Pick a theme or a color scheme and stick with it throughout your home. I love to use gold or silver with a color — it doesn’t have to be red or green. Pink and gold or blue and gold are festive and original. That is if used consistently on the tree, wreaths, mantel, gift wrap and as part of the holiday table setting.” — Amanda Reynal

Embrace Hurricane Vases

“This is an easy and inexpensive way to add a little glam to your holiday. Find some fallen branches from outside, bring them indoors and let them dry. Spray with one or a mix of metallic spray paints. Group these together in a large, glass hurricane vase and voila. You have a holiday centerpiece that makes a bold statement. You can also decorate with mini ornaments and a strand of battery-powered lights. Just drop the battery pack in the base and cover with some of the mini ornaments.” — Taniya Nayak 

Bring in the Green

“I love using greenery inside the house, not just outside. The mantel and dining table are great places to incorporate fresh greenery. Also, it smells so nice if you use an evergreen. Magnolia leaves and eucalyptus are also good alternatives. They look great if you mix them all together, as well. It gives a variation of texture and color.” — Peyton Lambton

Don’t Forget the Garland

“Fresh greens are at the top of my list. I always hang a pine garland at my front door. This year my kitchen window (looking out) has a garland with tiny lights. Fragrant and festive.” — Dana Gibson

Let the Lights do the Talking

“Layer away! Lots of magnolias and natural greens, layered with all the family decorations, make for a time-honored, lush look. We let the tree and candles light the room, and dim all the regular lighting to set a cozy and festive mood.” — Stephen Czeck and Jen Going

HooLaLa Vintage can help you decorate for the holidays!  Come shop with us today!