A Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tion for ev­ery home

Costa Blanca News (North Edition) - - HOME IMPROVEMENTS -

If you are tired of red and green why not try some other new trends in Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions to dec­o­rate your home and to wel­come this mag­i­cal fes­tive sea­son.

Give color to your home by com­bin­ing dif­fer­ent shades. Leave aside the com­bi­na­tion of two col­ors and opt for a mix­ture of bright tones, turquoise, pink, yel­low, cherry and red that con­trast with the tra­di­tional white or black. This trend is in­flu­enced by the fash­ion of to­day's com­bi­na­tion of Kitsch and Vin­tage. Add a fun touch to your home leav­ing aside the monotony.

On the other side of the coin we find a more clas­si­cal and el­e­gant dec­o­ra­tion. And to achieve this there are dif­fer­ent trends. Those who want to achieve a clas­sic and sim­ple fin­ish can choose to fo­cus at­ten­tion on a glitzy Christ­mas tree placed in a cor­ner of the room and ac­com­pany it with small min­i­mal­ist touches scat­tered through­out the room. Some de­tails can be such as: can­dles or Christ­mas or­na­ments on the door­knob.

On the other hand, but with­out los­ing im­por­tance we have the Nordic style. This style has been fash­ion­able through­out the year, but it is at Christ­mas when it ac­quires greater promi­nence.

This style of­fers us an el­e­gant Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tion, based on neu­tral col­ors, nat­u­ral el­e­ments and small Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions. With this you will get to give your house a warm and orig­i­nal touch, ideal to con­trast the cold win­ter. It is a style in­spired by the north­ern land­scape that re­flects the light of win­ter. White is the main color in this type of dec­o­ra­tion and is com­bined with translu­cent, metal­lic and pas­tel col­ors that con­trast with the green and brown tones of the es­sen­tial nat­u­ral el­e­ments.

A style that is trendy and very close to this type of Nordic dec­o­ra­tion is a rus­tic Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tion. Here the use of reused el­e­ments pre­vails. So this trend is very eco­nom­i­cal too. The wood, the green branches of trees, el­e­ments cov­ered with reused fab­rics, ba­sic can­dles painted or lined in dif­fer­ent shades of brown, pine cones ...

If what you are look­ing for is some­thing eco­nomic and con­tinue to main­tain that Christ­mas at­mos­phere with­out com­pli­ca­tions, we have the so­lu­tion. Get a pack of lights and Christ­mas balls and share them through­out the room. You will give it light and color. And if you also want to add an­other Christ­mas touch, in­clude in this dec­o­ra­tion a green plant ei­ther a tree branch, dried leaves, or a com­plete plant.

As you can see, we pro­pose dif­fer­ent op­tions to dec­o­rate your house. There is a type of dec­o­ra­tion suit­able for ev­ery home and for each per­son. Which is yours?

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