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Christmas Decorating Ideas for Effortless Holiday Elegance

Your holiday aesthetic just got way more merry.

It's November and time to dust of your Christmas decorations and decorate the house, getting ready for Christmas joy and seasonal festivities. To help you get ready for the 2019 Christmas Season, here are Chirstmas decorating ideas for effortless holiday elegance!

 

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BRING CHEER IN YOUR BEDROOM 

 
AIM FOR UNDERSTATED GLITZ 
 
 ... OR DO THE OPPOSITE!
 
 BRING IN ICY BLUES
 Whether you've run out of places to prop your garland, or want to rest your head surrounded by the Christmas spirit, this elegant bedroom by Dear Lillie Studio is appropriately festive without feeling overwhelming.   A pale palette of rose golds and pinks allows this holiday vignette to handle glitter galore, with a heavy flocking, coordinating ornaments, even pillows and presents to match. (Via Modern Glam    From the unadorned garland on the mantel to the barely-decorated pine, this verdant Christmas living room makes the case for holiday minimalism.    A winter color palette of icy blues and snowy whites proves to be the perfect pairing when it comes to Christmas decor. This mantel design by Mel Bean Interiors and Bailey Austin Design brings cool tones to the holiday season.
             
     

TRY A NATURAL LOOK
 
 KEEP IT NEUTRAL
   
...OR WEAVE IN THE COLORS OF THE RAINBOW
 
MAKE IT PERSONAL
Whether the rustic aesthetic suits your existing home style best, or you would prefer a more natural holiday look, opting for rustic decor can make a subdued statement in your home, like in this setup by Tuft & Trim. According to Tuft & Trim Founder Courtney Davey, "I like creating a cozy and rustic atmosphere with reclaimed wood accents, soft fur textures, and a variety of greenery. Candle-filled lanterns topped with evergreen help make the space feel warm and inviting."
 
"You don’t need color to dazzle up your home for the holidays," says Courtney Davey of Tuft & Trim. "I like mixing a variety of finishes like gold, mercury glass, and champagne to create a chic and elegant look. Neutral christmas decor keeps the space soft and inviting, while still creating a festive atmosphere."
   Tired of sticking to red, green, and gold? Taking cues from the rainbow is much more festive than you might think. This girls' room by Shades of Blue Interiors incorporates pompom garland and a village of tiny colorful trees.    "During the holidays, I like to incorporate details that make the space feel personal," says Tuft & Trim's Courtney Davey. "Adding tags or names to Christmas stockings is an easy way to do that! You can make them yourself, like these DIY wood letters, or have them personalized online."
             
Whether the rustic aesthetic suits your existing home style best, or you would prefer a more natural holiday look, opting for rustic decor can make a subdued statement in your home, like in this setup by Tuft & Trim. According to Tuft & Trim Founder Courtney Davey, "I like creating a cozy and rustic atmosphere with reclaimed wood accents, soft fur textures, and a variety of greenery. Candle-filled lanterns topped with evergreen help make the space feel warm and inviting."
 
Whether the rustic aesthetic suits your existing home style best, or you would prefer a more natural holiday look, opting for rustic decor can make a subdued statement in your home, like in this setup by Tuft & Trim. According to Tuft & Trim Founder Courtney Davey, "I like creating a cozy and rustic atmosphere with reclaimed wood accents, soft fur textures, and a variety of greenery. Candle-filled lanterns topped with evergreen help make the space feel warm and inviting."
 
Whether the rustic aesthetic suits your existing home style best, or you would prefer a more natural holiday look, opting for rustic decor can make a subdued statement in your home, like in this setup by Tuft & Trim. According to Tuft & Trim Founder Courtney Davey, "I like creating a cozy and rustic atmosphere with reclaimed wood accents, soft fur textures, and a variety of greenery. Candle-filled lanterns topped with evergreen help make the space feel warm and inviting."
 
Whether the rustic aesthetic suits your existing home style best, or you would prefer a more natural holiday look, opting for rustic decor can make a subdued statement in your home, like in this setup by Tuft & Trim. According to Tuft & Trim Founder Courtney Davey, "I like creating a cozy and rustic atmosphere with reclaimed wood accents, soft fur textures, and a variety of greenery. Candle-filled lanterns topped with evergreen help make the space feel warm and inviting."

 

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