The Christmas Decorations of These Houses Will Make Your Heart Melt

If you are one of those who are reluctant to decorate your house for Christmas and identify more with Grinch than with Santa Claus, a warning: this selection of proposals, of all styles, could be the beginning of a beautiful friendship with Christmas! You are ready?

A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS IN WHITE AND BEIGE

A delicate Christmas with a lot of style and elegance. In this Christmas decoration, the prominence has been given to white and beige, with details in gold with black touches. And, as our styling director and person in charge of so much beauty, Magda Martínez, explains, “the house has so much personality that we bet on a very soft decoration”. And the same color range has been maintained on the tree, which contrasts with the greenery of the Christmas tree. The majestic structure of the house, the solid pine floor, the windows, and the moldings are the perfect setting for an exquisite and very subtle Christmas decoration.

A VERY CHRISTMAS HALL

The Christmas Decorations of These Houses Will Make Your Heart Melt

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This regal house had a striking and personal wallpaper in its hall, which does not mean adding some Christmas decorations here and there. For example, the stair railing is the perfect support for natural garlands that also match perfectly with the wall cladding.

THE TABLE IS ALSO DRESSED FOR CHRISTMAS

If you like to celebrate these dates, don’t limit the Christmas decorations to the living room. Take it to the dining room too, as has been done here. And the table is full of details that take you back to those endearing family moments. And, as you can see, the yellow details are maintained with intense gold in the candles, the centers, and the ribbons of the delicate bells that decorate each service.

THE BEDROOM ADDS TO THE PARTY

No need to go over. Do as the interior designer did here. Dress your bed in the color you have chosen for the Christmas decorations in the rest of the house, and then add some small details. With a delicate garland – it can be lights – or a wreath hanging from the closet door, it may be enough. See what the rest of this is like.

THE IMPORTANCE OF SMALL DETAILS

And in this century-old house decorated for Christmas, nothing has been left to chance. Every one of its details is calculated so that the decoration is balanced and without excesses. Try to innovate. Place Christmas decorations on doorknobs, window frames, or the corner of a closet.

A PLUS IN A NATURAL KEY

To enhance this natural-style Christmas decoration, a wreath made with virgin vine, ivy, and rosemary branches and some berries have been added, which are the ones that have the red color so typical of Christmas. And, on the tree, ivy twigs and logs from the garden have also been added.

A COOL CHRISTMAS BEDROOM

And it is that plants have that power. And if you also choose typical species of these dates, the Christmas decoration in the bedroom will be light, cozy, and not at all strident. In fact, this bedroom initially in white and blue has not lost its freshness, but rather warmth has been found in the candles and the tasty and winter textures.

CHRISTMAS DECORATION IN RUSTIC TONE

Who wouldn’t want to go to spend the holidays in a house in the middle of the mountain? Nothing will make you feel Christmas more. And this house has adapted to these dates with skill. The tree has been decorated with ornaments in gold and green, which combine perfectly with the wood that invades this rustic room.

TRADITION UPDATED

Red, green, and tartan! Such a traditional bet, with red as a banner, as trendy. Didn’t you know that tartan is in fashion?

WISH TREE

With glass balls, gold accents, and wooden pendants, the tree has been decorated with ornaments that carry messages for the new year, such as “enjoy the house” or “daydream every day”.

 

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