How To Use These Inspiring Christmas Decorating Trends!

Jodi Peterman DIY's, Fun Rooms, Holidays, Uncategorized

Winter Wishes design trends uses the colors of an early morning winter sky. It uses verdant foliage and frozen shades interwoven together to create a feminine, elegant theme. It works great for both a romantic or contemporary interior design style. This is soft contrasting theme, but be bold by adding in green to give a bit more fresh modern feel. This is also a great trend to add in soft plaidshoney comb shape ornaments, and felt woodland animals. To go with the woodland feel, I love these empty acrylic tree ornaments, adding the succulents with moss! See the examples below. 
Christmas Spice is a design trend with a family walking in the forest on a Christmas Day with a twist of a Scandinavian feel. This trend is made up of warming shades of reds and orange with rich, verdant greens that give off a Northern feel. With this trend think light tones, like in the wood tree ornament image ceramics, wool, textured chunky knits and faux furs like in the image below.
Ready for those bright vibrant tones that look like they belong in candy store? Then you are going to love the Eye Candy trend!  This trend has a styling color palette, just like the name, this is a trend to be bold with and create a statement by mixing and matching to add all the drama! Think animal figurines, a minimalist take on the retro ceramic Christmas trees and using materials like velvet, metal tones and glass! Check out this fun patterned wrapping paper!
No matter what your style, have fun and enjoy your creation!  Don’t forget to share how we have inspired your Christmas decor design. If you want more information on our residential design services, visit our website here.  If you have a topic you would like us to cover in a future blog, please reach out to us via email office@elizabetherindesigns.com and let us know how we can help you! Connect with us on Facebook and Instagram to stay up to date with all the latest tips. Have a beautiful week and remember to never stop striving to achieve your vision!