Quick, easy interior design ideas for the Christmas


During the Christmas season will everyone start to buy decoration for the Christmas in and around there home. We from Decorationstart.com want to give you some quick, and easy interior design ideas for Christmas that cost (almost) nothing to make.

Below you find 2 simple flower arrangement that you can make from some Christmas decoration and some Christmas Tree so it cost you nothing to make it nice for Christmas. (At least almost nothing) And With a little Flower pot you are good to go ! (See pictures below)

Quick, easy interior design ideas for the Christmas

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Quick, easy interior design ideas for the Christmas

Another tip I just want to show you here, is actual that you do not have to have always a big Christmas tree in your room. Use a small one. And see how that looks. Here is just an example:

Small Cheristmas Tree

If you like above ideas, then share it. And if you also did something similar, then we would love to hear it.

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Candles, The Different Types and smells !

Candles

Candles

It is no wonder that the are so popular. These simple light sources  makes every general house into a romantic place. However, they are also used for the aroma, to create a pleasant scent, or just to add a decorative element to a room, and can even be used in religious ceremonies and weddings.

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One of the most popular typesis the pillar candle. These are cylinder shaped and are made with wax. They are usually have some kind of aroma in them. People use these to create a relaxing ambiance in the bath, a romantic ambiance in the bedroom, and a pleasant atmosphere in the dining room. And they are also frequently personalized to commemorate important events, such as a child’s christening or a wedding.

The taper candle is used to add some soft lighting at the dining room table. These candles are designed to fit easily into traditional candlesticks and burn slowly for several hours. They also are used in standard wall sconces.

Placing more in a group  together will make big impact. You can use votive candles in lanterns or decorative candle holders, but you should never burn them without having them contained in some way, since they are short and could burn down quickly before you notice that the flame has almost reached the furniture surface.

Floating candles are the ideal way to create a beautiful centerpiece. Having them float in water is beautiful, since the flames reflect on the water’s surface, but also is a great way to burn them safely.

Jar candles are scented candles made with high quality paraffin or soy. These candles can really make a room smell wonderful. Soy candles are a bit more costly than paraffin candles, but burn more cleanly.

Finally, since candles have an open flame, they can be dangerous to use. To keep your home safe while you are enjoying your candles, there are a few simple tips you may want to follow.

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1. Never leave a burning candle unattended.
2. Always use some sort of candle holder. They will help protect furniture from dripping wax.
3. Consider using a candle shade to reduce soot from candle flames.
4. To enjoy scented candles without worrying about an open flame, try candle warmers. The candle warmer heats an unlit jar candle from beneath to release the scent. When you use a candle warmer, you will also help your candles last much longer than candles that are burned.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year.

It's the Most Wonderful Time of the YearWith the Christmas season fast upon us, it is time to start decorating our homes  On the inside and on the outside. There are a lot of families that use the same decorations every year again.  But others go all out and try to change the decoration style with every passing season.  As the holidays tend to be a time when people do a lot of entertaining in their homes, why not consider adding something extra to your holiday decor ?

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In years past, we have approached our holiday decorations with a certain theme in mind.  One year, we decorated our home to look like Santa workshop.  Another time, we dressed our living room like a life-sized nativity scene.  And last year was my favorite, by far!  We made our  home look like a beach complete with sand and palm trees, and had Christmas in a Hawaii scene.  There are lots of different scenes you can come up with. As long as you have the time and money for it to do it you can make something really nice.
This year we keep the decorating simple. White lights on the outside of the home, in a winter theme. (So lets hope there will be some snow 🙂  The idea is to transform the living room in a winter wonderland.  We are planning to use in the Christmas decoration a lot of blue, white, and silver.  And we will spend an afternoon making paper snowflakes.  You remember those don’t you?  You know the ones we all used to make in elementary school, where you fold up a round piece of paper and take little snippets out of it with scissors to make unique snowflake patterns.  So much fun!  We will also use lots of those silver icicles, and snowmen of various shapes and sizes.
Decorating your home really helps get your family and friends into the Christmas spirit.  We usually invite our extended families over to help.  This gives all the children an opportunity to share in what has become a wonderful family tradition.  It also gives the adults a chance to enjoy some good company and maybe even some spiced-up eggnog!  Later in the day we will likely all gather around the television and watch our favorite Christmas movie.  We like to watch “A Christmas Story” every year as a family.   What are your Christmas wishes ?

Christmas Tree Ornament Tips

Christmas-OrnamentsWhen it comes to decorating, we are all perfectionists about our Christmas tree. After all, it happens only once a year and the decorations are a treasure to behold. The finishing touch, for any Christmas tree, is the ornaments. Perhaps you have memories of a personalized ornament given to you as a child or maybe it’s the tradition of hanging them with your family – making sure that each is perfectly spaced from its neighbor for that added touch of beauty. The Christmas ornaments for Christmas trees, which we choose, should be a reflection of ourselves and our family.

There are all types of Christmas ornaments for Christmas trees. From glass to unbreakable, there is something for everyone. Glass ornaments are among the most expensive, in part, because they require such intricate detail and add a touch of elegance to any Christmas tree. Glass ornaments pick up the reflection of lights and beam them across the room with, perhaps, even a twinkle or two. These ornaments are often hand-painted, which adds to their uniqueness.

There are a variety of unbreakable ornaments, also available, in a multitude of colors. If you have a child who loves to be near the Christmas tree, glass ornaments may not be the best option. Or, if you have a pet that enjoys the mystique of the tree a little too much, you may opt for something unbreakable. This is why there are plastic ornaments, which are much safer for your inquiring family members whether they be small or furry.

If you have children, there are plenty of ways to make beautiful Christmas ornaments for Christmas trees at home.


Using gold ribbon, tie a bow and place it on the tree. Repeat these steps until your tree is filled with golden memories of your child’s imagination. You can also purchase plain white ceramic ornaments and, together with your children, paint them into beautiful Christmas ornaments for Christmas trees.

What’s good enough to eat and also looks beautiful on a Christmas tree? Give up? It’s a candy cane, of course. These pretty little symbols of Christmas are everywhere during the holiday season. If you can resist the temptation of eating them, candy canes make terrific Christmas ornaments for Christmas trees. Leave them as they are or tie little red bows around them for an added touch of Christmas.

If your child would like a personalized letter from Santa, contact one of Santa’s helper services and inquire about Santa also sending your child a personalized ornament with his/her name engraved. This will truly be one of the most special ornaments on the tree and your child will treasure it forever.

Christmas ornaments for Christmas trees truly are the icing on the cake. Let them reflect you, your family, your home and your love for the holidays. The most precious ornaments are those we decorate with love. Not so surprisingly, these are also the most beautiful.

Outdoor Christmas Decoration

Outdoor Christmas DecorationsAn outdoor Christmas decoration holds a special place in people’s hearts. Christmas is an elaborate celebration for many people throughout the world. For most families, Christmas involves an extensive amount of decorating, both indoors and outside. Many towns and neighborhoods hold lighting and decoration contests to see who can come up with the best seasonal decorative scheme for their home. There are many different types of outdoor Christmas decorations.

One type of outdoor Christmas decoration is a homemade decoration. These are perhaps the most sentimental decorations, as families typically get together during the season to create and places these in their yard or on their homes. They are less costly than store bought decorations, as they can save over half the price of store Christmas decorations. Simple items like wire coat hangers can be fashioned into reindeer, trees, stars, bells, candy canes, and other ornamental signs of the season. They can then be wrapped with outdoor lights to illuminate the night. Strips of wood can be fashioned into figures like Santa Clause and set to illuminate the blackness of a winter night as well.

Let an outdoor Christmas decoration spice up your home for the holidays

Another type of outdoor Christmas decoration is a string of lights, though these days they come in many shapes and sizes. Lights are, perhaps, the most popular form of outdoor Christmas decoration. It is possible to purchase lights in the shape of trees or stars. You can also buy lights to hang on your house. For these, you can by dangling lights that resemble icicles or a simple strand with one white or colored bulb every few inches. These strings of lights can flash or blink in any pattern or you can simply have them stay on in a constant fashion.

One final type of outdoor Christmas decoration is a statue or figure of some type that has lighting capabilities. These come in many shapes and sizes from religious figures and nativity scenes to popular characters like Santa Clause or cartoon characters dressed in festive gear. Air inflated decorations like this are gaining in popularity. They us a constant source of air to stay inflated much like a children’s jumping tent might. Additionally, they are lit for visibility at night. They are inexpensive to own and operate, and look quite festive on the lawn or on the roof with the lights.

An outdoor Christmas decoration can be an important addition to any holiday season. Be sure to choose the right decoration for you.