You do not know how to do things by halves and that is good because the editorial staff of déco.fr adores those who do not do things by halves. For Christmas for example, you have planned to dress your house in party mode from head to toe. We totally adhere! And as we like, we help you with a little summary of all the rooms in the house to decorate for Christmas, just to remember. Entrance, living room and even bedroom, there are so many places which await impatiently the magic of Christmas. To your garlands!
I decorate the entrance for Christmas
So let's start at the beginning, namely the entrance and even the front door. Any house decorated for Christmas must have the famous Christmas wreath on the front door. As a welcome sign, this decoration sets the tone and announces that behind the door there is a real party atmosphere. Passed the door, your hallway or your entrance must also take on its finest decorations to mark the occasion. There are many possibilities: stickers on the windows, candles on the entryway, fir branches on the stairs or even snow-covered artificial branches in the umbrella stand. Finally, if you have a fairly large space (and you have the madness of grandeur), why not install a tree that will delight people from the doorstep.
I decorate the living room for Christmas
Centerpiece of the house, it is also during the holidays. It is logically here that you will spend a good part of Christmas Eve to drink in moderation, unwrap the gifts and admire the tree. So this is also where you will focus all of your Christmas decorating efforts. Priority to the tree, especially if you have children because, let's face it, they are only interested in it. Besides, if you are ready to twist your style for Christmas decoration, let your children decorate the tree: they love it! In the meantime, you can fall back on the coffee table in the living room which offers a nice surface for Christmas decorations. A simple tray in which you will have added beautiful Christmas balls, garlands or beautiful candles and voila! Happy owners of chimneys must have at least a few Christmas socks to hang, that's the minimum!
I decorate the dining room for Christmas
Let's go to the table and if the Christmas Eve table is not yet set, you can still add some decorations while waiting. Very popular in Christmas catalogs, the chandeliers decorated above the table are causing a sensation. By adding branches, garlands of light and Christmas ornaments, you get a fairly spectacular scene, yet simple to make. On the still empty table, you have enough to do to create a centerpiece that dresses. Pretty glass bells in which you will have installed garlands of light will bring a touch of chic to your decoration. Finally, don't forget the windows which can easily be customized. Many ideas are possible and among them, we fall for the solution of drawing Christmas windows on the windows with chalk pencils.
I decorate the kitchen for Christmas
Often forgotten in Christmas decorations, the kitchen is nevertheless a strategic piece and deserves a closer look. It must be said that if Christmas Eve happens at home, you will certainly spend a lot of time in the kitchen so enjoy the decorations in this room. In the kitchen, the decorations related to the Christmas meal always work very well. Barley sugars and gingerbread are ideal in this case and will always be welcomed with open arms by children. For older children, we put on slightly more natural decorations such as citrus. Finally, a few branches of holly and fir will be welcome to bring some Christmas color to the kitchen.
I decorate the rooms for Christmas
It may seem surprising to decorate the rooms for Christmas but if you have guests sleeping during the holidays, they will certainly be charmed by this idea. No need to overload these rooms, the idea is not to give the impression to your guests that they are sleeping in the house of Santa Claus. We will therefore be content to bring elements invoking Christmas such as candles or small LED stars to be placed on the bedside tables.
I decorate the garden for Christmas
The garden chapter alone deserves an entire article because outdoor Christmas decorations are great holiday holiday classics. If you don't have a garden, the windows can also dress for the holidays. By having large nodes wrapped in your planters for example, you bring a big plus to your house facade. Keep in mind that your exterior must match your interior, so keep the same colors and the same theme. The effect will be increased tenfold!