Ho Ho Home for the holidays Christmas decorating ideas are all around. Inspiration reigns supreme at anytime of year, but it’s especially motivating and visually captivating at Christmastime.
Genius and gorgeous Christmas decorating ideas are well worth repeating and reproducing.
Hammered copper continues to catch my eye as a classic color, texture, and pattern decor choice.
Marketed as a party tub in its original retail form, I see the Hammered Copper Party Tub from World Market as a classic container extraordinaire for housing a tabletop Christmas tree, fresh greenery, or rosemary tree.
A string of Christmas charm awaits in a fragrant DIY dried citrus garland like this one from Honestly WTF.
Dried oranges, bay leaves, cinnamon sticks, and decorative tassels strung together in a repeating pattern produce a simple yet elegant Christmas through winter decoration for a tabletop, mantel, banister, and Christmas tree.
Small touches take the ordinary to holiday extraordinary.
Entertaining goes with the holiday season, and this recipe for white Christmas punch and ice ring mold is Christmas decorating ideas easy and elegant.
Well-done home for the holidays decorating ideas do not have to be costly to be remarkable.
Pears paired with fresh greenery and placed in a decorative urn housing bottles of your favorite holiday beverage on ice becomes a festive beverage holder focal point.
Christmas decorating ideas often entail a project, and this wonderful pair of early 20th century antique French carved cane seat side chairs are sitting pretty ready to be purchased, primed, and painted in Modern Masters pale gold metallic interior paint.
Wait a minute.
Aren’t you the one who preaches against painting antique furniture?
On the whole I am, however, in certain decorating situations and with certain pieces, a coat or two of matte metallic in a designer color is pure paint project perfection.
Neutral-toned antiques and quality antique reproductions layers a space in softness.
Hanging a wreath(s) or greenery bunches from the top of a door (armoire, cabinet, exterior) with ribbon adds a custom touch to your holiday decorating presentation.
The wider the ribbon the better, so I like to use a ribbon that is at least 2½” wide.
Determine the placement of where you want the wreath to hang on the door. Measure the distance from the top of the wreath to the the top of the door.
Double that measurement and add three inches to it. This is the length in inches to cut the ribbon.
Loop the ribbon under the wreath’s center, bring up the ends to meet, and position over the flat top of the door.
Press a flat head thumbtack into the center of the ribbon to secure.
DIY retro bulb centerpiece is popping with color and memories of Christmas past.
You’ll need a small round Styrofoam ball and a strand of vintage or vintage style big bulb Christmas lights.
To make the centerpiece cut off the bottom of the Styrofoam ball so it will sit properly.
Use a hot glue gun to attach the Christmas lights to the top and sides of the ball.
Be very careful handling the hot glue gun and the glass bulbs.
A box of Shiny Brite ornaments keep with the appeal of vintage at the holidays.
Adorning a chandelier with vintage or in the style of vintage ornaments is a home for the holidays Christmas decorating ideas classic that is delightfully elegant in presence and simple to achieve.
Ho Ho Home for the holidays Christmas decorating ideas for decking the halls in Christmas decor and finery time is here.
For those of you beginning to deck, do show and tell with us.
For those of you whose halls are decked and ready to impress, let the decorating continue.
You can never have too much Christmas!