When it comes to getting in the Christmas spirit, most of us can’t do that without decorations and fun Christmas traditions such as sipping hot cocoa while watching Christmas movies, ice skating in an open rink in the city center, or going caroling with family and friends. If you find yourself in a limited space this year, you may be wondering how are you going to decorate or create your own Christmas wonderland without making your space cramped and unlivable? Luckily, there are plenty of creative ways you can have a Christmas tree in a small space. Here are some simple DIY Chistmas tree ideas to inspire you.
Holidays are a time when family and guests come together to converse, eat, drink, and be merry. Having a beautiful tablescape is a great way to show everyone your personality, who you have become since the past year, and just being joyful with your family during the holiday season. You can keep it simple with plain white dinnerware place settings with a splash of color on your table runner, or you can get creative and create a unique name card holder with a centerpiece that will wow your family and friends. However you decide to create your table setting, it will be about showing the people you care about your authentic self. Check out some Christmas tablescape and centerpiece ideas below to inspire you.
I love this tablescape with colorful bottlebrush trees in various sizes and colors. You don’t have to stick to just Christmas colors. Use any colors you like (such as Living Coral, Pantone’s 2019 color of the year) and place them in clusters at tables, mantels, and buffets for a modern twist to the traditional decor. Plus, it’s simple and easy to incorporate without breaking your budget.
What’s not to love about this orange fruit called pumpkins? Pumpkins are considered a fruit because the definition of a fruit is “the sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plant that contains seed and is edible. Pumpkins can definitely be eaten, and if you’ve ever cut one open, you know it’s full of seeds. Therefore, the pumpkin is the fruit of the pumpkin vine! I love everything from pumpkin hot chocolate to pumpkin pie, pumpkin ice cream, and most of all, I like the fruit itself because there is so much you can do with them. You can paint them, create mini succulents to large decorative ones, and make a wreath out of pumpkins plus much more. Here are a few ideas on how you can decorate your home or office space with real pumpkins, faux pumpkins, or pumpkin-themed accents!