The Most Unexpected Places For Holiday Decorations
Though you may already have your living and dining room holiday decorations squared away and your front door and mantelpiece are perfectly polished, don’t overlook some lesser-decorated spaces when it comes to adding holiday style to your home. Get inspired by the below unique and less-often-seen places to add seasonal flair to your home.
Add some holiday sparkle to a kitchen of any size by working in some string lights through open shelving or hanging them on top of built-in cabinetry. The look is chic and unfussy, perfect for adding flair to small apartments.
Make the transitions between your home’s spaces really stand out with a statement garland. Weave string lights through plain greenery for some additional pop or incorporate flowers and berries for a more colorful take.
Rethink your wreaths and instead of limiting them to doors, display some over your windows to bring the holiday spirit to your room’s vertical plains. Use a colorful ribbon to hang them to add a vibrant splash or opt for a shimmering metallic to inject some sparkle.
Garland on a banister is a classic look, but why not also give each of your stairs some pop by placing hurricanes or lanterns on your landings and lower stairs? A fun and unexpected way to add a warm glow, lanterns and electric candles are timeless Christmas decorations.
We love the look of this decorated dresser as an original take on holiday décor in a bedroom. Use the same styling ideas you would to decorate a mantel or other long horizontal surface to craft an intriguing composition. We particularly love this idea when used in a guest room where the top of the dresser might be less utilized than a master bedroom.
In what unexpected places in your home have you added holiday cheer? Share with us below!