October 18, 2016
It’s less than 100 days before Christmas. While many people consider their home as the place for merriment, the yuletide season can really be stressful. To avoid the holiday stress, let’s get ready with the home design first.
Whether you want to cozy up your home with a sleep care mattress bed or beautify your living room with awesome DIY decor, it’s better to do things ahead of time. To avoid your festive spirit from becoming frenzied, start early and be inspired with these 25 Christmas home design ideas for the holidays.
Christmas cards on a string, a candy-shaped wreath, reindeer decorations, and a noel sign on your table—well, it looks like the holiday spirit came just in time.
Metallic trees as your centerpiece can level up the design impact and merrymaking.
Imagine them shimmering under your Christmas tree. Having these gleaming Christmas balls around is just one of the most delightful holiday home design ideas.
Whether it’s for your sofa or your mattress foam, festive pillows and sheets can quickly upgrade your living room and bedroom designs.
Apart from the main Christmas tree in your living room, place these miniature trees with lights in other areas of your home.
For your home furniture, choose home essentials that are innovative, stylish and comfortable. The Uratex Airlite Wind is on top of that list. Formulated with Sleep Cool® Technology that effectively lets the air flow freely, it helps maintain an ideal sleep temperature right after those festive but exhausting Christmas reunions. Surely, you get to wake up joyful and ready for more festivities.
Deadlines don’t stop during the holidays. Do they? You better gear up with enough merriment through your office or work area design. Get it with a holiday theme by adding items such as a red mouse pad and a miniature Christmas tree. These can remind you of the Christmas spirit despite your busy schedule.
Heighten the holiday mirth and smell the Christmas spirit by adding cinnamon sticks, anise, and pine in your decorative home dishes.
Aim for a stylish celebration (without breaking the bank) with sparkling glassware.
Consider adding a pair of adorable imps to make your usual display of Santa, angels, and reindeers more fun.
Drinking holiday drinks such as hot chocolate and orange-cinnamon tea can feel relaxing and festive with golden teacups. You can use them for afternoon gatherings with the uncles and aunties or as a good display decor for your kitchen.
A cozy red blanket on your sofa or chairs can upgrade your living room and bed designs.
You don’t have to spend a lot in designing your home for the holidays. Take care of your budget with DIY Christmas home decor that you can even give as presents. Padded Christmas trinkets, for example, are great to add a personal touch to a holiday decor.
Illuminate your home with bright, kaleidoscopic lights.
A garland on the railing or banister of your staircase just feels so homey and chic.
Scented candles add a play of lights and impart different lovely holiday smells. Perfect for the bathroom and bed designs for small spaces.
Exalt the holidays in your outdoor space with an inviting country theme.
Personalized, colorful DIY holiday stockings can put everyone in the mood for the holidays.
This rustic starlight is great for those who want to celebrate with understated elegance.
Design your home to the nines with a festive table setting, complete with napkin rings.
Let the Uratex Airlite Zephyr help you avoid holiday stress with the medium firm feel that can effectively reduce muscle tension.
Holiday bouquets with votive candles in front of a mirror exude a charming holiday style.
Invite the Christmas spirit with a decorative wreath on your front door.
Make everyone excited by decorating your dining area with unique confections.
Elevate your home decor with a matching Christmas hat and dog collar for your pets. It can be a great way to adapt your four-legged loved ones to your home design for the holidays.
So, which of these designs are your favorites? From stress-relieving Uratex sleep care items to heartwarming decorative pieces, follow these home design ideas for a festive and merry Christmas season. Enjoy the holidays!