Your Ultimate Guide to Holiday Décor.
Pumpkin Candle Holders
These pumpkin candle holders, are not only incredibly easy to make but also require the least effort to create an instant tweak to your dinner table. The tinge of orange will bring a sense of warmth to any room and is a great way to keep the area bright and lively.
Guests can now even pick season special candles be it Christmas or New Year’s Eve from the local IKEA store. For a complete tutorial, click here.
Ombre Bottlebrush trees
These bottle brushes are really just mini-Christmas trees, you can put for a cheerful take on Christmas decorations. Pick your color of choice, and go to town. Moreover, adding jingles, candy canes or even sparkles can easily enhance this striking DIY. This 5-minute project is all it takes to get the Christmas lovers going for the season. Check out Modern Glam’s step-by-step guide, and get started!
DIY Dried Citrus Christmas Garland
It’s no doubt that Green’s and Glitter go together, but who would’ve thought, so would oranges? If you’re at a loss on how to decorate your kitchen or dining area – this is definitely the way to go.
If you’re looking for a fun way to bring an authentic approach to decoratives, this DIY simply involves dried citrus and a truly inexpensive bit of artificial green garland. Shop around at either your local Daiso or any of the leading home décor stores; now running seasonal promos and pick your items in need. Check out the complete tutorial here.
Create Your Own Art.
Empty walls are never a great start to a new year. If you haven’t had the chance to personalize those empty walls just yet, the long break ahead is just the perfect reason to.
And who says art has to be expensive? These DIY art projects are not only a slick way to get some extra family time but also a chance to finally create the inviting ambiance your home deserves. For art ideas, check this out.
The Ultimate Fireplace (without a fire)
The mantel is the heart and soul of every family get-together. Part of the reason, for its soothing ambiance is the warm glow from the living room’s fireplace. Considering, that most cityside and urban homes in the region don’t particularly have a fireplace, we’ve found a way around it.
With that being said, when it comes to redecorations – sticking to a simple but festive color palette could go a long way. Decorating your house with a few extra goodnesses including, garlands, including ribbons, Shiny Brites, and ornaments is a great way to spice up the ambiance. Many of the city’s leading home furnishing stores including Home Centre, Home Box, Pottery Barn, and Pan Home Stores are currently holding festive offers of their own, to help recreate the magic. Head over to any of their stores, or take your pick from the above, to kick start your DIY projects!