By Flavie Georgine. Interior Design. Published at Wednesday, March 21st, 2018 - 07:59:06 AM.
It’s that time of year again. Before you know it, your mailbox will be stuffed with holiday greetings from loved ones near and far. It’s the mail most of us look forward to receiving, as opposed to bills and advertisements.
Some families prefer themes and color schemes with their trees while others have a variety of decorations they want to use. While decorating a Christmas tree is completely up to your personal tastes, there are a few general rules of thumb to keep in mind. Try to evenly space your ornaments. It can help to take a few steps back and evaluate your tree when you're decorating.
If you have a small space, that doesn’t mean you have to skip the Christmas tree this year. Tabletop trees are a great way to decorate for the holidays without taking up too much space in your home. You can find small trees in almost any style. Some tabletop trees come pre-lit, but you may need to get a strand of lights to decorate. Stick with smaller size ornaments however to match the size of the tree. Use ribbon instead of garland to wrap your tree up nicely.
Setting up the Christmas tree is a wonderful tradition in many homes. You can have a tree this year that matches your style and has sentimental value. So, use these tips to dress up your tree this year. All that’s left is finding the perfect gift to place under the tree!
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