4 Tips for Incorporating the Holiday Season Into your Home

Sprucing up your living space for the holidays may seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. In fact, there are a handful of simple things that will whip your living room and dining room into shape at the speed of light, all while incorporating some seasonal touches to make things cozy and inviting.

Here are 4 easy tips for incorporating the holiday season into your home.

Play up cozy textures. 

Swooping a hand-knit blanket over the couch, ottoman, or a tufted chair will add warmth to any room. Winter-inspired textiles play up the true essence of the holiday months, similar to this living room, filled with soft blankets and patterned pillows.


Add a space-saving tree. 

Christmas trees make a big impact for holiday decorating, but these days, they don’t have to take up a ton of space. To save floor space, opt for a small potted evergreen, like this one (see Sugar & Cloth for other holiday inspirations).


Dress up your walls. 

Add artwork in rich tones, like this Indigo Impression Wall Art in geometric patterns, from The Home Decorators line at Home Depot. Or try your hand at DIYing a large scale art piece, like this ‘Merry and Bright’ typography idea for the season.

Another wall art option is an evergreen wreath, with a simple ribbon, like this one. Or go with a champagne-colored wreath, like this, made of wood curls, for a more rustic look.


Let there be (candle) light. 

Candles set the stage for a fragrant, inviting atmosphere, while also bringing in a decorative touch. Try this DIY Christmas candle cover, made of clay, for a festive dining table centerpiece or fireplace accent.

Need help pulling these tips together in your home? Here’s how to get the look…


Becca Nailhead Dining Chair // Indigo Impression Wall Art // 22 Inch Champagne Glitter Wood Curl Wreath // Slim Dunhill Fir Pre-Lit Artificial Christmas Tree

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