We decorate the hall with bouquets, garlands, and wreaths made with natural branches, flowers, and small fruits. Do you like it? You can do it at home, it’s very easy.
Upon entering this house we are surprised not only by its decoration, natural and full of life but also by its perfume. It is given off by the baby blue eucalyptus which, intertwined with the mastic, decorates every corner of the hall. Eucalyptus is perfect for Christmas because of its appearance and its perfume. Besides, it stays fresh for a couple of weeks and when it dries, it does not lose leaves or fruit. Its white decoration made them choose the small white flower of the paniculata to mix with the green branches in a garland that runs along the railing of the staircase. And to give it a more Christmas look, they added reddish rose flowers. How did they assemble it? With a wire to which the branches were strung with green ties and ropes. And to accompany it, pineapples, candles, glass balls, and white and light wood ornaments.It is not essential to decorate the tones of all the arrangements with the decoration. Play because nature is full of colors! and everything combines!
SHALL WE MAKE A CROWN?
CROWN OF WHEAT, FEATHERS, AND ORANGES
Surround a wreath of hay or branches with a wire in a slightly closed spiral. Fasten wheat branches and poised feathers to the wire, decorate with a jute ribbon spiral, and glue some dried orange slices.
CROWN OF WHEAT, FEATHERS, AND BERRIES
Assemble a base like the one above with a hay and wire wreath. Hold the branches of wheat and feathers, and between them distribute berries or flowers of the rose bush.
- RED BALLS AND HEARTS. Brumalis crystal balls; hearts, woolen acorns, and Fronde garland of lights.
- ON THE STAIRS. Glass candles from Brumalis and white candle holders from Fronda, such as wooden garlands.