It’s the most wonderful time of the year which means adding the “Wow” factor to your home.
What better way to add hints of the holidays than following some of the latest interior decor trends. After the weight of 2020, persons are taking full advantage of maximalism or going above and beyond to make their homes extra festive. Here’s what’s in this year:
Follow the Flock
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Recreate the look with a flocked Christmas tree. Flocking a tree means adding white artificial dust to create the illusion of a Christmas tree in the snow. Don’t stop there, sprinkle the dust on your tree skirt or around the house and let it snow!
Learn how to flock your tree and interior decor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyeYs8LXDtE
Simple yet effective
If you’re feeling to keep your decor key this year, there is a minimalist trend for you. The modern farmhouse look is getting the stamp of approval from designers and influencers alike because sometimes less is more. The modern farmhouse is a clean, contemporary design inspired by the country style of living. Natural textures like fresh trees and garlands can be combined with materials like wood. The farmhouse look captures the country-style warmth while staying on-trend. Pick up some felt stockings, white lights, and hints of brown decor to create your beautiful modern farmhouse.
Blogger Kara Cofield is making waves with her decor: https://www.realhomes.com/au/features/farmhouse-christmas-decor-house-tour
Here is some inspiration: https://www.realhomes.com/design/rustic-christmas-decor
Who knew table decor would be such a hit this season, and it’s simpler than you think. The days of large centerpieces and matching placemats alone are gone. Tablescape with long and low centerpieces, like a branch of berries or greenery from your garden. This trick allows a clear view of the table, without a large centerpiece in the way. Layer up the plates, color coded of course, and add a linen napkin to each plate. The choice is yours to tie the napkin with a knot in the middle or add an eye-catching ring to the center. A candle or two will create some warmth around the table as you enjoy a scrumptious holiday dinner.
Check out some unique napkin rings: https://www.crateandbarrel.com/dining-and-entertaining/napkin-rings/1
Pantone’s color for 2020 is Classic Blue, and many design patterns now follow suit with hints of blue for the holidays. Blue is typically associated with calmness and creates a mood of starry nights; it can be paired with other trending color schemes. Decorate your flocked tree with blue ornaments or combine blue with metallic decors like gold or silver.
Shop blue holiday interior decor: https://www.etsy.com/market/blue_christmas_decor
Need some inspiration?: https://www.fromhousetohome.com/blue-and-white-christmas-home-decorating-ideas/
Going for Gold
Nothing screams above and beyond louder than a gold Christmas tree. Gold is seen as a symbol of optimism and we could all agree that there’s nothing wrong with lifting some spirits this month. If gold is too daring, pink Christmas trees are also trending.
Cozy up Outdoors
The COVID-19 pandemic is prompting many persons to spend the holidays outdoors to stay safe. This does not mean outdoor decor is not just as attractive. A new line by Bed, Bath, and Beyond was inspired by having outdoor gatherings. Make your outdoor space comfortable and captivating by also adding retractable screens for some privacy.