It’s time to deck the halls for the upcoming festive season. Christmas trees, fairy lights, and even lawn decorations… What’s on trend this year for holiday decor?
1. Multiple Christmas Trees
Apparently this year, one Christmas tree just isn’t enough. And if you do have one of our expansive #StructureHomes, then you likely have several rooms that are just begging for a bit of holiday cheer and can easily display a second (or third … or fourth) Christmas tree.
Add one to your entry way, pop one in your master bedroom and time the lights for a festive vibe each morning when you wake up.
2. Snow-filled Tablescapes
White on white on white – with some splashes of color here and there. Layer white linen table clothes with plain white plates, topping off the table with colorful garlands, tea lights in simple glasses and white-tipped pine cones.
People are even white-tipping their Christmas trees with faux snow and focusing on muted whites, beiges and greys along with metallics (as below) for a very trendy Japandi (Japanese x Scandinavian) inspired holiday decor.
And since we don’t get any snow in Southern California, you might as well make it look like a winter wonderland inside your home.
3. Mixed Metallics
While usually not appearing until AFTER Christmas in time for the New Year, the trend is starting earlier this year as part of the standard holiday decorating.
From subtle rose golds to deeply burnt coppers and terracottas and of course classic silvers, champagnes and gold tones bring a luxurious and glam feel to wherever you choose to decorate with them.
4. Natural Tones
In contrast to the luxe glamor of the mixed metallics trend, neutral naturals are appearing this year in color palettes and decor items. Think beige, tan and camel-colored hues to lend a more “organic” feel to your holiday this year.
5. Classic Christmas
It’s a tradition for a reason. Go full-on holiday cheer with a mix of dark reds and greens (through in some mixed metallics while you’re at it!) along with the soft yellow glow of flickering candles and a roaring fireplace, and you have a traditional Christmas that anyone would approve of.