Decorating a small space means you have to consider every inch and corner you will be adorning. As much as the holidays look better with embellishments, you wouldn’t want your home to look like a cramped decoration shop due to the overwhelming pieces meant to make your home ready for Christmas.
Avoid crowding your cozy home with decorations by taking note of these holiday decorating ideas for small spaces. You’ll save yourself the hassle of overwhelming your home with clutter and chaos.
LED aquarium light
Having the correct lighting for a Christmas occasion is essential. Light-Emitting Diode (LED) lighting has numerous advantages. The options for this lighting are numerous. You have many choices other than the traditional fluorescent, incandescent, or metal halide lighting. But you need to make a wise choice to make sure the lights will be bright enough. They will also need to have the correct spectral range to support the plants you choose for your tank. This will also keep any algae growth to a minimum. LED aquarium lights in general are brilliant and are intended to aid the control of both a tank’s temperature and the lighting.
Dress Your Furniture
As the designated house for holiday parties, you already know the fun and chaos that happen when you invite people over to celebrate. Since most of the Christmas party will happen in your dining area, decorate your chairs and tables to make your parties more festive and joyful. Add some blankets and throw pillows on your chairs for comfort. Centerpieces made of ornament bowls, candles, wreaths, and poinsettia flowers are sure to bring the Christmas spirit to your feast.
Use Your Walls
If you want to save space, limit your decorations to your walls. Cut out snowflakes, snowmen, penguins, and reindeers from colored paper to make easy wall decorations. Origami pieces are a fun way to create decorative pieces with more dimensions. Outline a Christmas tree with ribbon, tape, tinsel, or garland on your wall and adorn it with baubles, ornaments, pine cones, and twigs of evergreen or holly. These wall decorations will make studio units as cozy as those in Zinnia Towers look spacious and neat.
Decorate Small Branches
Christmas trees are a staple of the holidays, but they can occupy a lot of space. Place small branches of evergreen in a vase, jar, or basket and decorate it with a few Christmas ornaments, tinsel, garlands, and a star. You’ll have a compact Christmas tree that you can place on your office desk, coffee table, dresser, and at any corner of your home. Store this in a box carefully, so that you can reuse it for next year’s celebration.
Use Your Windows
Window decorations are a great way to add more brightness to your home since windows bring natural light inside. Frame your windows with garlands or tinsel. Cut out Christmas-themed decorations such as bells, angels, stars, snowflakes, elves, and Santa and his reindeers with cellophane to amp up the glowy effect at night. The outside of your windows will look like stained glass with this decor. Plus, you wouldn’t be occupying too much space.
Adorn Your Indoor Plants
Make your beloved houseplants cheery and holiday-ready by adorning them with lights, smaller ornaments, fake snow, snowflake cut-outs, pine cones, ribbons, and various twigs. Not only will your indoor plants look more fitting for the holidays, but you also save yourself some money from buying a new Christmas tree every year.
Having a small space shouldn’t limit you from decorating your home for every festive occasion. Know which decoration themes work best for your space and apply these five tips to achieve a well-decorated home without cluttering and crowding it.