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Top Tips to Decorate your Fireplace this Christmas

Top Tips to Decorate your Fireplace this Christmas

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It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the Christmas preparations; from wrapping to cooking, entertaining to decorating. That’s why we have put together 5 top tips to enrich your fireplace this Christmas.

The festive season is quickly approaching and you may be already planning Father Christmas’ visit - not to mention family and friends. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the preparations; from wrapping to cooking, entertaining to decorating, all the while taking the time to enjoy the holiday period. That’s why we have put together 5 top tips to enrich your fireplace this Christmas.

 

Rustic Rudolph

If you’re more into the polished look, using stark chromatic accents around your fireplace adds a sense of regal style to the room. Top it off with a stag’s head over the centrepiece and you’ve got a setup anyone will be impressed with. Particularly with wooden flooring, this approach means you can incorporate bright colours into your colour scheme, like a red wall for example, which will bring life to the rustic feel.

 

Cosy Corner

Nothing beats a warm spot by the fire on a cold winter night armed with a cup of cocoa; especially if you have a wood burning stove, with the fireplace surround hung with a string of dimly lit lanterns and an embellished garland. Adding accents of warm textured cushions and throws over with a pair of wooden rocking chairs are not only visually appealing for the festivities but also add comfort to the atmosphere. Your guests will thank you for it - throw down a fluffy cream rug and they’ll be sure to stay until Boxing Day.

 

Forest Flourish

If you already have a contemporary feel to your home and you want to add extra pizzazz for Christmas, greenery is a versatile yet traditional way to go. There are so many different variations of festive foliage to choose from. In addition to your tree, a garland with a stylish candelabra adds buckets of atmosphere. Try putting your own holly and mistletoe trees for an organic flavour to your decor. Better still, why not add an exotic twist with an orange tree - the kids will love getting this ready for Santa Claus’ Christmas Eve snack!  

 

Holly Hygge

We couldn’t go on without mentioning this year’s hottest trend in interior design. Hygge’s popularity stems from the comfortable practicality it embodies, and there’s no time of year more imperative than Christmas to make the most of it. Think about which rooms will be used the most and create a centralised hub for guests to move around and relax in. Accent your fireplace surround with holly and add a stunning wall canvas above to create an eye-catching focal point. Low to the ground furniture with tapering fine legs create the illusion of space and will keep a calm yet warm feel to the setting.

 

It’s astounding the difference a few well thought out decorative delights can make your home that much more festive this winter. You’ll be an extra confident host when those impromptu visits roll around over the festive season - just leave them relaxing by the fire and enjoy!

 

 

 

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