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Christmas Home Decorating Ideas

Date: November 28th, 2018 CTD Tiles


It’s that time of year when we start to get the boxes down from the loft and think about how we’re going to deck out our homes for the festive season. In a world full of decorating inspiration from magazines, Pinterest and Instagram, there are so many trends to consider when it comes to Christmas decorating. Are you an avid traditionalist, filling your home with the classic reds, greens and golds? Or perhaps you’re thinking about going a bit more Scandi this year with a more minimal monochrome approach? With the 1st of December fast approaching, we’ve taken a look at two of the most popular Christmas decorating trends for 2018 to get you in the festive mood.

Monochrome Christmas Home Decorating Idea

Monochrome Christmas Decorating

Black and white with hints of fir green, the monochrome Scandi approach to festive decorating is perfect for those that favour a minimalist interior. No less Christmassy than a traditional style, there are plenty of ways to deck out your home with a pared-back palette this December. If you’re looking to create a simplistic yet inviting dining scheme, complete your table setting with sprigs of evergreen, pinecones and classic linens. The combination of the neutral palette and the natural accents will work together beautifully to provide you with the ideal setting for your holiday meals. If your home already embraces a monochrome palette with tiled black flooring and white walls, adding touches of faux fur by the fireside will bring a hint of softness and comfort into your existing scheme. 

Traditional Christmas Decorating Idea

Traditional Christmas Decorating 

New trends will come and go but there will always be those that prefer a classic Christmas. A home that embraces deep greens, reds and warm golds for the festive period will instantly create a homely atmosphere. It’s an oldie but a goodie and there’s no denying that the traditional approach to decorating is bound to stand the test of time for years to come. Completed with chunky knits, timeless wooden accessories and a lot of candlelight, the traditional look and feel is guaranteed to fill any home with Christmas cheer.

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Monochrome Christmas Decorating

Traditional Christmas Decorating




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