December 3, 2014
It’s that time of the year again! Christmas is coming! And while everyone’s busy decorating their homes, you can do your part by preparing your own bedroom for the season! Wouldn’t it feel awesome to feel the spirit of Christmas without having to get up from your bed mattress?
Luckily for you, you can get lots of advice from various sources, and there are tons of materials at your disposal which you can use to ornament your bedroom. But just in case you’re desperate for some ounce of artistic inspiration, here are a few tips you can try out.
Plants and tree branches make impressive ornaments in bedrooms even when it’s not Christmas. Just make sure you clean them thoroughly and rid them of bugs like termites and ants. If you are to include branches, make sure to acquire those that are just the right size; thicker ones tend to be too heavy and cumbersome, which could overshadow all the other decorations. Don’t forget to brush them with varnish before setting them up!
When it comes to illuminating your bedroom, you don’t need a dozen boxes of Christmas lights to create that cheerful glow; a few strands of cable will make a huge difference as long as you place them correctly. For instance, the space above your bed frame would be a perfect spot for Christmas lights. Trace whatever decorations you already have their like photo frames, dream catchers, or the curtains. Surely, your bedrooms aesthetics will triple in beauty once the sun goes out.
Don’t just be content on watching the stars from your bedroom window. Bring them as close to you as possible! Unfortunately for us, we won’t be able to get an actual star due to its size and temperature. Duh! However, there are many alternatives for you to choose from like star-shaped Christmas lights, stickers, ornaments, and so on. And oh, there are also novelty products which can give us moving images of entire galaxies! Well, maybe not galaxies, but you get the point.
No Christmas decoration can compete with the classic, traditional tree. But just because you can’t get your hands on a real pine tree doesn’t mean you can’t use other trees or plants as an alternative. In fact, you can use any flora you want to decorate your bedroom; it would make such a wonderful statement! Just make sure you take good care of them. Otherwise, you’d be better off with those plastic Christmas trees and vines.
Red, green and gold are the most traditional shades of Christmas. That doesn’t mean though that you should stick with these colors, particularly if none of them suits yours taste. For example, black may be an unorthodox choice for a Christmas shade, but it goes great with practically every type of color, which can also be said for white. As for the other colors you might wanna try out, it’s best to check if such combinations are suitable before buying the materials you need.
What did you think of the above tips? Which décor are you planning to apply this Holiday Season? Do you have your own ideas that you want to share with others? Please do let us know in the comment section below. We’d love to hear from you!