Hanging Table Decorations for Christmas – Sometimes just simple touches for the Christmas table can be the most effective. I love this hanging decorative garland as it adds a wonderful touch of the festive season without taking up room on the table that would be better used displaying food and drinks.
A Couple of Big Bells – This Christmas door hanging is just perfect. It spreads the perfect amount of Christmas spirit without taking over the whole front of your house. It also is a great way to hear when Christmas visitors and creeping into your house. Might be the best way to catch Santa in the act.
The Single Plaid Table Cloth – I used to hate plaid. My mother put it everywhere at Christmas and I thought it was so ugly. Now I have come to realise that Plaid is all about single feature pieces. Choose one plaid item for Christmas decorating and then stop!A Neutral Stocking and Star – This is one of my most favourite Christmas images. There is something about the burning fire that enhances the Christmas decorations. Don’t forget that the fire will place a key role in your decorations, so you don’t need to put too much stuff about. The Reindeer Cushion – The Reindeer cushion is a Christmas Classic that seems to have gone out of fashion for a little while. Well, I say it is time to bring it back. Make sure you put it away after Christmas and don’t just leave it on the couch or it will lose its Christmas charm and novelty. Christmas Tea Towels – Here, it is important to have the right Christmas tea towels. Simple, red and white are best, but if not, then keep them simple.
Paper Garlands for the Mantel Piece – If you have the time, these can be a wonderful decoration to make. Think about using the same Christmas paper as the paper you are wrapping your gifts in. Using the same paper will tie the whole room together without adding too much crazy. Also, gold white and red would work too.