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Christmas Decor Tips

  By now, everyone should have set up a festive and creative interior or exterior decorating style. What about getting into a more holiday spirit by adding our latest holiday decor trends. Are you a fan of recycling fabrics? We have amazing ideas to create Christmas decorations .

Lets not waste one more minute- Jump down, start creating and copycat our ideas to add in your home. Do not forget, these ideas can be used in all home interior styles. As we always say " Be creative" . 

Happy Holidays!

The best-picked patterns we love to decorate inside our homes for this holiday season. 

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Peppermint table decor in red tones- striped fabrics or buffalo check patterns
Best picked tablescapes to try for this holiday season
Natural and rustic style
center piece- cranberry + Gorgeous brass caged candle holders
Traditional table decor with nutcrackers and mini Christmas trees
Pink and buffalo check wonderland setting 

Informal decor settings are becoming more popular inside a home. 

Everyone is moving into natural and minimal table settings by adding lots of greenery, green tones and shades on a table. It does not mean you can not add a touch of red tones on a table. 

When setting up a table it does not have look like a rich dynasty decor style. 

Still not sure how your Christmas table scape will be set up?

We have rounded up the best picked table styles that you can copy cat on your tables-cape for Christmas Eve dinner or Christmas Day luncheon with family and friends.

The best fabric to add on a table is linen. It can be used as a table runner, tabletop, placemats or linen napkins . If adding striped fabrics? Stripes can be black, red, green or other colors relating to the holiday season.  

Christmas Tablescapes we still love!
Olive-grey table setting

Olive -grey table setting - add greenery and pine cones as a runner. Add dried leaves on white plates.

Tablescape with dried fruit

tablescape with dried lemons, oranges + pomegranates . Add pears on plates.

simple set up with green linen runner - add a long branch , small vases with candles and dried ferns.

A festive table setting - linen napkins in red and gold , pinecones, greenery, scented candles and red roses as a runner.

Black striped runner- small Christmas trees

Recycle a tablecloth into a table runner. Table runners are perfect to add as a striking centerpiece. Brings attention to any table decor setting. 

Table runners can be used alone or on a table cloth.  

A red ticking strip napkin under a plate, red berries and pine needles on white or red plates.

black striped runner, small Christmas trees in gold and green, black candles on gold candleholders

 Christmas Fabric Tree Cones
 Add some elegance by mixing any type of fabric materials or tassels on cone trees in various colors. The cone trees can be used in all sizes from small, extra large or just one size.
Types of fabric- plaid, striped, velvet in red tones
Create No-sew fabric baubles
Grab a styrofoam ball or any other accessories that are round. It is easy to do for last-minute add ons for your holiday decor. All fabrics can be used to create no-sew baubles.
The pictures below show linen, stripes, tartan, gingham, and Christmas patterns.
How to create no-sew fabric baubles

How to fix no-sew baubles with fabric 

1.use 13” square piece of fabric 

2. Tie it with a rubber band to hold it all together

3. Use some jute twine  and tie the knot around the rubber band

4. Trim the top a bit

5. Add a bow  by using a glue gun

Best picked Christmas wreath ideas by recycling fabrics

Christmas wreaths are considered to be the #1 decoration to be placed on front door, above fireplace or other areas inside a home interior.

Do you need a new Christmas wreath for this season? There are so many creative ideas to make a fabric wreath, recycle old scarves, mittens, sweaters or collect fabric scraps from your hidden closet.

 There is never a limit on how many wreaths you add in a home. It can be one or more.... Start creating your own Christmas wreath style.

4 ways on how to create a wreath 
- a bundle of twigs
- styrofoam 
- wire wreath
- dry cleaning hanger

mini- pillow wreath - various fabrics

recycle fabric scraps with same color and fabric - shown above - ticking stripes in red color 

Mix fabric Patterns to create a braided wreath

scarf wreaths

recycle a scarf and add your own decorations such as colorful beads, stars , snowflakes and more..

 Save the wrapping paper and try a different way to wrap gifts. Wrap gifts with fabric.  
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