Christmas Décor 2022 for the late comers – Go Minimalistic, Go Now!

7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…the countdown begins! If you are waiting to start decorating your house for Christmas,
here are some quick-fix Christmas décor ideas. Include these seven simple Christmas trends  – Minimalism,
Sustainability, Repurposing, Retro, Metallics, Neutrals with pops of color, and Nature- inspired to make every room in your home insta-worthy.

The Entrance Foyer
This season forget the over-the-top traditional Christmas tree, flowery advent wreaths, stockings, and nativity crib. Instead of opting for bright reds, golds, and fir green in the classic theme, opt for vintage Christmas decorations, an unassuming white Christmas tree, and retro-inspired accents.

Here are five Christmas trends 2022 to decorate the foyer: – 
 * Frame the entrance door with soft rice lights or add lantern-shaped lights on either side.
 * Use a moss wreath with a single embellishment or a large burlap bow. 
 * Display a wooden snowman next to a wooden star. 
 * Place some couches with Christmas theme cushions.
 * Create this seasons trending “enchanted forest” theme using mismatched planters and some fake flowers.

The Living Room:
Your home needs to look special for Christmas. So, once you have defined your theme and started with the
entrance foyer decoration, extend the same theme to the living room.

Here are 5 Christmas living room ideas embracing minimalistic aesthetics: –
* Choose monotone white furnishings across the living space. 
* Dress window ceilings and frames with colorful light, boxwood wreaths, and jewel-tone ornaments.
* Add sophistication with ethically sourced decorations in sustainable materials.
* Use disco balls, vibrant wall art, contemporary geometry metal trees, mini evergreen trees, lavender and hot pink items for a contemporary look or create a vintage vibe with green, red and gold décor elements.
* Personalize your gifts with homemade tags and reusable cloth gift bags.  

The Dining Room
The dining room is another area you can turn into a winter wonderland. It is the place where family and
friends come together for a Christmas feast. So, add a few table decorations for the perfect Christmas table

Here are 5 Christmas dining room ideas to set up a rustic or modern Christmas table and more: –
* Get a contemporary ivory pearl or a classy vintage dinner set for a Christmas tablescape.
* Add crystal glasses, silverware, napkins, shimmering candles, fresh boughs and bottle brush trees to
personalize the table décor.
* Add a tablecloth or table runner with Christmas trimmings.
* Drape garlands over the kitchen chandelier and a few green wreaths on kitchen walls or shelves
* On the mantel, place some birch logs and pinecones, vintage cookie jars, and serving trays with
* Christmas prints. Light up with tea lights for a cozy Christmas feel.

The Kitchen 
The kitchen being ‘heart of the home’ demands equal attention in Christmas décor. Curate interiors to reflect
the theme flowing through the living and dining areas. 
Here are 5 Christmas kitchen decorating ideas that will help you get into a festive baking mood: –
* Create a festive focal point using white, gold and silver details. 
* Place a voluminous evergreen wreath on the kitchen window or a miniature windowsill tree, depending on the window size.
* Use white candles and attractive floral arrangements on the kitchen counter.
* Hang paper snowflakes over the kitchen island.
* Display seasonal collectibles on open shelves.

The Bedrooms and Baths

Christmas 2022 trends for the master bedroom, childrens bedroom, and guest bedroom include romantic and
artistic decorations and linen in romantic pink and soft blue or warm chocolate and sand. 

Here are 5 quick tips to decorate your bedroom and attached bath this Christmas: –
* Opt for bold festive bedding with prints of candy canes and snowflakes or a simple bed cover with colorful throws and velvet pillows. If not, introduce the Christmas vibe using a snow carpet or a rug in traditional Christmas colors.
* Mix a diffuser with a potpourri to create an aroma filled with seasonal scents of – cinnamon, vanilla,
or Nordic fir Christmas tree.
* Hang frosted sparkle fern garlands and repurposed ornaments from wooden beams or decorate the
nightstands and headboard with figurines of reindeer, angels, and other festive trinkets.
* On one side of the room, place a minimalist Christmas tree, i.e. a natural fir tree completely devoid
of decorations.
* Display festive holiday bath towels and themed bath mats.

Now that you know how to decorate your home swiftly and smartly, this Christmas, start with the existing
colors in the house and build around it. Layer or drape, innovate or repurpose, but get ready in time to
celebrate with family and friends this holiday season.