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Christmas is coming, and with it comes the excitement of decorating our homes, making them feel festive and getting ready for the holiday season. Whether we’re having fun with family and friends or simply relaxing at home, we want to ensure that our homes provide a cosy, welcoming and warm setting. Here are some ideas to help you give your home that festive touch.
– The Christmas tree is the centrepiece of festive decorations, so if you want to make a real statement, try something non-traditional for your tree this year. You could try decorating your tree in a single colour such as gold or red for a bold visual impact, or even making your own tree out of unusual materials – bottles, wood, fabric, even a stack of books. If space is limited in your home, try drawing the outline of a tree on the wall and decorating it with lights and garlands of beads. The possibilities are endless.
– If you don’t want to invest in a whole new set of Christmas decorations, you could try displaying your old ones in different ways. Fill glass vases or dishes full of your favourite baubles and display around the house, or hang your fairy lights around the mirrors in your house for a magical effect.
– A simple fresh coat of paint can completely transform the atmosphere of a room. Rich, warm reds, greens and royal blues will get your home feeling warm and festive.
– Invest in some cushions in luxurious fabrics such as velvet, or some fake fur throws. These simple touches will help you to make your living room or bedroom into a cosy winter retreat where you can snuggle up all season long.
If you would like to ensure your home looks amazing all year round, we can provide you with an expert service for interior design in Oxfordshire. From a single room to the entire house, we can provide a service that suits you and will always take your wishes into account to ensure that your home not only looks fantastic but also works for you. Why not get in touch with us today and let us get your home ready for the upcoming festivities, or give your property a brand new look for 2015?