Christmas Decorations For Small Spaces
The winter holidays are the same, in large or small spaces. The Christmas spirit cannot be reined by a mere distance between two walls, but on the contrary, it may even be intensified by means of well-selected decorative touches. Below are some Christmas decorations for small spaces, easy to make and with a powerful effect, to inspire you in the perfect set up for Santa’s arrival, as seen on Huffingtonpost.com.
If the space is not really going to help, then let go of the tree, natural or artificial, which takes up a great deal of space in a room. Go for alternatives instead, original and equally beautiful and which will not occupy much space in the room. You have below some interesting ideas that will definitely customize any part of the room and will draw the admiration of those who will step inside.
You don’t have to turn yourselves upside down with the decorations. After all, Christmas is in everybody’s soul and not in a stack of tinsel and light installations. And remember that subtle decorations may also have the same powerful effect, perhaps even more than that, becoming a real center of gravity in a room. Wreaths of any sort, miniature Christmas trees made from various materials, these are simple solutions that make more with less.
The wall remains a generous place to show off your imagination and creativity, so feel free to discreetly decorate with accessories that will by all means spread the spirit of celebration all over the place.
Christmas atmosphere is unique, full of warmth and friendship. So turn your abodes, be them large or small, into open and welcoming spaces. Leave aside scented candles for a while and turn to Mother Nature, who gives you plenty of olfactory combinations nowhere else to be found. A stove simmer will give you the same fragrant effect without taking up more space on your tabletops, perfect for luring guests.
Hang wreaths in places, say, strategic, on a mirror, for a fine game of reflections, or at the window, where they look good indeed, and not for the eyes of neighbors.
Otherwise, play with the space as you think fit, decorating with taste and preparing Christmas as you feel best. See some suggestions in the images below.