Tis' the season to be decorating! In today's Tip Tuesday post, I will be sharing my Holiday Decorating ideas for the season. Decorating for the holidays can feel like such a task. At my house, we store all of our seasonal decorations in the attic.... so it is always a project to shlep the boxes down the stairs. We make it a family affair. Who's on the stairs reaching for the next box, who is passing down, who is opening boxes; it's an assembly line of little Italian elves. After we spent all of our efforts bringing the boxes down, who the heck still feels like decorating? If you know this feeling too well, please comment below :)
When you get a boost of energy and holiday cheer - it's time to decorate for the Holidays. Today, I will be sharing some Holiday Decorating ideas for the home.
- Festive Glowing Bottles: I save empty wine bottles and spray paint them or hand paint them with a design, then add ribbons, and string lights inside. Last year, I made a snowflake scene.. I used frosted spray paint and painted snowflakes on clear bottles, it looked so pretty at night on my mantle.
(Image via AMA Designs)
2. Faux Presents: Wrap boxes in festive wrapping paper and display in hallways or on stairs in your entry
3. Scenic Cake Stand: Create a wintery wonderland on a cake stand or under a cloche.
(Image via Common Ground)
4. Turn ordinary items into decorations with function such as turning a decorative sled into a serving platter
5. Dress up your Piano with a Holiday display
(Image via Cherishedbliss.com)
6. Turn your desk into a wintery wonderland for some holiday cheer and inspiration while you work
7. Create a festive holiday scene on your sideboard with snow-covered trees and glass hurricane candle holders. It will create a whimsical backdrop while you dine
(Image via Pottery Barn)
8. Another place you can get creative with is decorating your bookcase. Display collections and hang wreaths on the front of shelves
9. Put statement pieces or large decor in empty corners of stair landings or on the hearth of your fireplace.
10. Add some joy to your coffee table by grouping lanterns and holiday garland. Ground the setting on decorative tray so you can be easily pick-up and move your display if you need more table space.
(Image via The Frugal Homemaker)
Hope you enjoyed this weeks design inspiration. How will you decorate your home for the holidays?