Decorating tips for a small apartment to vacation
It’s finally the perfect time to bring out of the string lights and garland, but sometimes, decorating smaller spaces and apartments may be tricky. Don’t worry though, although you may can’t hang lights all over your house or put reindeer inside your front yard, you are able to still give your property a little holiday glow. These holiday decorating methods for apartments will have your property feeling as jolly as Santa himself.
Get a tree, but an inferior one. If you don’t have high ceilings, a 10-foot Christmas tree just isn’t about to work. A petite tree will provide in the pine scent and add holiday charm on your living room without taking up a huge amount of space.
Put up string lights wherever it is possible to. On your terrace, around your windows, framing your home. . . you are able to find somewhere to hang a few strands of lights.
Pick up any gift giving occasion pillow or two. Holiday décor could be found almost in December, and you’re gonna use it year in year out. A pillow can be a small accent that won’t enter storage.
Stick holiday cards on your own fridge. You get them yearly, so why don't you put them to great use? Maybe even be on the lookout for some green and red magnets! Just don’t get overly enthusiastic to the point where cards are dropping anytime you open the fridge.
If you've got a mantel, hang stockings or garland. This is really a simple and classic decoration that quickly transforms your own home. I like to put in a few flameless white pillar candles for somewhat holiday lighting.
At very least, have a wreath. If not one of the above tips are to suit your needs, maybe some subtle door greenery might be more fitting.
Once you’ve done some of these, just pop some cookies from the oven and produce the eggnog. The holidays have arrived as part of your home.