While Christmas décor is somewhat traditional, there are still several styles in which you can individualize and customize your décor to your liking. Different color themes and even mannerisms of incorporating the décor in your home can make various statements. We put together some of the most common Christmas décor themes to help guide you when decorating this year. Let’s take a look!
Red and Green
The most traditional color theme for Christmas is red and green. This is a timeless look that you can incorporate in your own home during the holidays. The greens will compliment your natural pine décor while the reds make a stunning contrast. This holiday color theme is perfect for using in your tree skirts, stockings, bulbs, and lights. It is unmistakably Christmas time wherever these colors get paired. Plus, this style can go well in any home.
Feeling creative and fun? This dynamic combination gives your home a more eclectic vibe during the holiday season. It can be fun and allow all sorts of trinkets and gizmos into your décor: fun colored presents, rainbow lights, and every color stocking. Using this in your home can feel like the holidays is a constant celebration! This is perfect for people who want to include any and everything in their homes. From blow-up lawn décor to colorful candies on the tree, your home’s decor will feel like a fun, expressive design!
Crisp & Clean
If you are looking to go a more elegant route, perhaps you should try a crisp, clean white look. This dapper look is primarily inspired by the clean, airy look of snow. You can use whites throughout your whole design. From your tree to your stockings, this look works great with silvers and light blues. It is a sophisticated décor theme that can really keep your space looking elegant this holiday season.
Silver and Golds
For even more elegance, you can incorporate a silver and gold design theme. This stunning look will add luxury and a regal effect to your space. Plus, not to mention, these two metallic shades look flawless amongst a green pine tree.
Do you have a style of your own that you use during the holiday season? We would love to hear it below in the comment section.