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Simple Ways You Can Make Your Home Extra Christmassy

Simple Ways You Can Make Your Home Extra Christmassy

Celebrate Christmas In Style - How To Make Your Home Feel Festive Without Spending A Fortune

It's that wonderful time of the year again; a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. The days now alternate between hot and cold, the carols are endless and could it be any dusty?

Christmas is just around the corner and how better to show that you're celebrating this festive season other than to give your home a Christmas makeover.

Here are the amazing ways you can give your home that festive cheer. 

1. Get a Christmas Tree.

This one seems pretty obvious. Whether small sized or big, a Christmas tree brings a lot of cheer. 

Decorate it with ornaments and baubles with the whole family as a fun Christmas activity. 

 2. Light up the place

Addition of Christmas lights is a fantastic  idea  to make the home more christmassy. Fairy lights, string lights even an ornate chandelier can bring the right kind of magical cheer. 

3. Wreath your doors

 Adding festive wreaths to the front door is a classic Christmas decoration that is always in season.

 Since the front door is usually what anyone first sees it is a brilliant way to showcase the Christmas festivities. But don't just stop there. You can wreath to every door in your home to jazz things up. 

  5. Display your Christmas cards 

Whether it's homemade cards or store bought, Christmas cards can be a nice addition to your decorations. 

6. Go red, white and green

 The colors commonly associated with Christmas are Red, White and Green so why not let these colors become your theme for the season. 

A red blanket here, a white pillow there, a green carpet here and white curtains there. 

Thank you for trusting and supporting us in 2017.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in Advance.



Erhu Amreyan

A guest contributor on HOG Furniture, a freelance writer. She loves to read and she loves to write.

Her shorts stories have appeared in Brittlepaper, Kalahari review, and in two anthologies.

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