Modern Trends in Decorating for Christmas and Winter Holidays 2018
Red and green decorations, Santa ornaments in vintage style
Latest trends in decorating influence Christmas colors and ornaments offering modern ideas for creating fantastic winter holidays. Fresh and stylish ways of winter decorating lift the spirit, celebrate the beauty of the season, and create a joyful atmosphere. Two color Christmas tree decorations are lovely themes of the past. Now Christmas designs bring many shades and allow to admire traditional Christmas tree decorating ideas and alternative Christmas trees in various colors. Lushome is sharing main trends in decorating for Christmas and offering a beautiful collection of holiday ornaments to demonstrate the modern ideas.
Contemporary Christmas decoration stretches the horizons of creativity. Multicolored garlands, Christmas lights, and handmade tree decorations are popular, but Christmas ornaments in monochromatic colors are one of the most elegant trends in decorating for the winter holidays 2018. Light yellow, earthy yellow color shades, golden, brownish yellow hues, traditional red and green colors, elegant black and white are modern color choices that create fabulous Christmas trees blending luxury and optimism into lush green branches.
Christmas trends for decorating in winter 2018
1. Live plants and branches
Succulents and evergreen shrubs are beautiful, eco-friendly alternative Christmas trees. Decorated with traditional ornaments, original accents in a contemporary style or handmade Christmas decorations these alternative Christmas trees look creative and festive. Tinsels and garlands made of dry fruits, berries, pine cone or paper garlands are excellent Green holiday decorations for large and miniature shrubs.
Handmade dolls, small toys, Christmas garlands made with beads, pearls, and dry fruits, paper crafts, ornaments created with cardboard, hay, twines, felt, silk, cotton or wool fabrics, wax, and wood crafts look unusual and original, creating a warm atmosphere in holiday homes. Jean fabric ornaments are among the latest trends in Christmas decorating.
3. Vintage style
Retro modern holiday decorations and ornaments in retro styles are classy choices to support the beautiful tradition of Christmas tree decorating. Nostalgic and classic designs, little houses, horses, birds, butterflies, fish, puppies, snowflakes, and snowmen are ideal for beautiful retro holiday decor. Stars, hearts decorations, ballerinas, clowns, elephants, and Chrystal pine cones look charming on festive branches. Textured Christmas balls, tiny planes, trains, cars, animals, fish, mushrooms, flowers, glass or china figurines enhance the chic and classic atmosphere of the winter decorating season. Glass Christmas balls with little toys, golden leaves, animals or branches inside are ideal accents for modern Christmas decor.
4. Traditional Christmas balls with a twist
These beautiful winter holiday decorations never go out of style. Attractive bowls, vases, and glasses filled with Christmas balls in golden colors are a fantastic way to decorate for winter 2018. Chandeliers, wall shelves, fireplaces, ceilings, doors, and staircases look festive adorned with large and small Christmas balls. Trimmed with lace or textured designs Christmas balls are the traditional favorites of the winter holiday decor 2018.
5. Recycling and original design ideas
Alternative Christmas trees which turn unusual objects into original holiday decorations are modern trends in decorating. Step ladders, old wooden ladders, books, driftwood pieces, dry branches, and food are unusual materials for creating stylish and unique Christmas tree designs. Upside-down Christmas trees work as giant chandeliers at night. Wall Christmas tree designs, drawings on black chalkboards or creations made with buttons, wooden planks, ribbons, pompoms, knitted Christmas trees, and designs recycling plastic or paper clutter are modern, cheap ideas for Green Christmas and winter holidays.
6. Stepladder centerpieces
by Ena Russ
last updated: 17.12.2017
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