BLOGMAS Day 11 // The Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor

That’s right, I’m tackling this today. It’s the 11th of December and it is no longer ‘too soon’ to have your Christmas decorations up, so today I’m taking you through my own little Winter Wonderland, and sharing my favourite decorations.Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor (1)The Tree | If nothing else, this is the biggest Christmas staple there is. This year I’ve gone for a rose gold and silver theme on my tree, topped with snow spray on the tips of the branches, and focussed around the lower half of the tree. This tree is actually artificial, and we bought it from Tesco a few years ago, but it’s lasting really well, and even has built in fairy lights, so all I have to do is plug it in, add some baubles and it’s done!

Countdown | We’ve also got this adorable little chalkboard that helps us count down the “days ’til Christmas”. Something like this really helps get everyone into the Christmas spirit, but also helps as a handy little guide for how long you’ve got left to get everything ready!Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor (2)Fibre Optic Tree | We’ve also got a smaller fibre optic tree. I find that these trees are perfect if you don’t want to go overboard with decorating, but you’d still like an element of Christmas decor in your room. All you’ve got to do is plug it in, and you’re done!Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor (3)Christmas Ribbon | As I saw these ribbons were on offer, I thought they were the perfect little detail to add to a room. I’ve got this pattern stretching across one side of the room, and another ribbon that says Merry Christmas on the other side of the room.Β Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor (4)Paper ChainsΒ | I bought these cutesy Christmas paper chains from Paperchase. I thought they were just too cute to say no to, and they’re perfectly in keeping with the Merry Christmas ribbon.Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor (5)Merry Christmas Sign | Again, this type of decoration is sometimes all you need to transform your space for the festive season. I love this sign because it’s sparkly and quite big, so you don’t need to over-decorate to compensate for it being small. (As if there’s such a thing as over-decorating when it comes to Christmas!)Β Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor (6)Winter Wonderland | I think this decoration is one of my favourites, because it’s fibre optic, so similarly to the tree, all you need to do is plug it in, and you’re set! Plus the polar bear and snowmen are too cute to not feature.Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor (7)Stockings | Of course, no Christmas area is complete without stockings. After all, Santa has to know where to leave you little gifts doesn’t he? You’re not going to make things difficult for Santa, are you? I don’t think so.Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor (8)


And there you have it, my Ultimate Guide To Christmas Decor! Let me know in the comments how you decorate your space for the festive season!

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