“Put up a Christmas tree? It’s impossible, it won’t fit!” If decorating your apartment for the New Year has always been hampered by meters, this year may be an exception. There are many ways to prepare your home for the biggest holiday of the year, and more isn't always better. Adding decorative elements will make your small apartment look fabulous.
1. Wreath on the front door.
A Christmas wreath is ideal for creating a New Year's mood for your household and your guests right from the doorstep.
2. Pick up a Christmas tree.
A Christmas tree can be not only lush and classic. There are thin designs that can even be placed on the wall.
Did you know that there are Christmas trees shorter than 50 cm? This tree will fit into any corner and take up very little space. Tip: find a visible place for it, but away from walk-through areas and doors. Style your Christmas tree so that it blends with the surrounding interior, this will save you from unnecessary visual noise.
3. Garland on the window.
How about decorating your windows with a handmade Christmas garland or wreath? It will serve as an excellent home decoration, especially if you complement it with a glowing garland.
4. Garland in a vase.
When decorating a small apartment for the New Year, you need to think through the smallest details. Even tabletops or shelves in a rack will serve as a good place for decorations. Add some Christmas magic to your interior by simply placing LED lights in a glass vase.
5. Miniature Christmas trees on the windowsill.
Christmas decorations can be placed on the windowsill. Small wooden Christmas trees next to candles and natural garlands will be enough. Candles, small garlands and other decorations and details will give your window a special holiday spirit.
There are also window decals that can also be created using stencils or fake snow.
Fill your home with candles and see how you create magical corners by lighting them. Place them where they are easily visible, such as on a coffee table, and group several individual ones to create light-filled focal points. Add fir branches to them. A coffee table, dining table, hallway furniture, living room or any other room is ideal for creating an original centerpiece with candles, which will also create magical and enveloping points of light.
7. Floating candle scent center.
This idea is just as easy to implement and will add a festive look to a coffee table or even a dining table without taking up any space. A low glass container with a wide neck and several water candles are enough. When illuminated, they will float like light water lilies. You can also add a few oranges and a few eucalyptus leaves to naturally add fragrance to your living room.
Want to add some magic to your bedroom? With a simple garland, you can create a headboard bathed in Christmas lights. In no time, it will become the most magical room in the house.
9. Stylish Christmas table.
Don't let a lack of space stop you from making your Christmas table look magical. Add a beautiful table centerpiece and complete the ensemble with candles and Christmas balls to match those on the tree. You will surprise your guests with your elegance.
10. Edible decoration for those with a sweet tooth.
Show off your culinary skills this holiday season and make some delicious Christmas cookie recipes. Not only will your guests love them, but they will also be your most personal Christmas decoration.