Once a year, cherished décor is retrieved from storage to transform your home for the holidays but there are six great Christmas decorating tips you should remember. Peddler Interiors’ staff of professionals have created this list to help you out!
Keep It Easy
Pre-made decor rocks!
From swags and garland to beautiful wreathes and pre-made bows, it will make your decorating so much easier and prettier. Peddler’s staff hand ties all bows from a gorgeous selection of ribbons so their shelf life is so much longer.
Edit in your décor which may mean retiring your tired reindeer or faded greenery. And, don’t forget to donate to Goodwill or a charitable organization that might be able to use it for fun craft.
Concentrate On Focal Areas
Now that you’ve edited your décor so things aren’t so crowded, work on continuity and balance. One important way is to concentrate on focal areas like your front door, fireplace mantle and dining room table.
Accentuate Don’t Detract
Holiday décor should accentuate your furnishings, not detract. Similar to designing a home, statement pieces need to define your room. The same goes for holiday decorating! Don’t forget to go bold in some areas and don’t diminish your impact by having too much.
Cherish Family Memories
While you don’t have to display everything your family has ever collected, the holidays are about memories so hang those homemade ornaments on the tree. Most of all, enjoy and celebrate the season.
Great Christmas Decorating Tips – Invest
Our advice for young people is to take your time and acquire nice items. If you spend some money on it, the décor will last for years and still look gorgeous.
With over four decades of trusted experience, Peddler Interiors has a knowledgeable staff to assist you at a beautiful 8,000 square foot show room in Murfreesboro, Tennessee – just off I-840. With an in-house interior designer, the Peddler’s goal is to help create a home reflective of the joy and spirit of each family. Be sure to follow on Instagram and Facebook for the latest and have a happy holiday!