Christmas Decorating Ideas for 2019
Christmas is fast approaching! And now is the time to have a think about how you’re going to style your Christmas. With so many ideas out there, it can be hard to decide what colours, themes and styles you want. So, we have put together a guide on some of the current Christmas decorating trends for 2019 that will give you much-needed inspiration!
Often, the oldies are the goodies. If ‘decking the halls’ is your kind of style we recommend sourcing plenty of holly, striped stockings and decorations focused on festive colours such as red, green and gold.
We also recommend a traditional wreath to style up your front door! At Court Farm we have our popular wreath making workshops running throughout the Christmas season, book here to create your own perfect wreath.
With the environment on everyone’s mind, upcycled and reused decorations are right on trend and can add a rustic look to your home. Instead of presents wrapped with single-use paper, perhaps try your hand at sprucing up some wooden crates with holly or other foliage.
Most baubles and decorations are made from plastic, but there are infinite opportunities within your own home to style your Christmas in an eco-friendly way. Paper, cardboard, cork, old plastics, buttons and so much more can be transformed into little seasonal treasures.
Why not try your hand at some paper decorations? Bee Kind Waste are coming to Court Farm in December to guide you through making environmentally friendly Christmas crackers and origami tree decorations. Book now!
One of our favourite options, there are so many ways to bring the wonder of a winter garden into your home. At this time of year, holly, fir, eucalyptus and other foliage takes on a beautiful dark green and complements any home décor.
This natural green can be paired with white, dark blues, dark browns, coppers and many more! Plus, during the winter you will have an endless supply of twigs and sticks to transform your home into a magical woodland.
Local interior designers Cara and Nicole, absolutely love this natural style and are coming to the garden centre to cover more christmas decorating ideas and inspiration. Book now here to avoid disappointment!
Even if it is not a white Christmas outside, you can replicate the enchantment of a snowy day inside your cosy home. White contrasts so well with darker colours meaning baubles stand out beautifully on a Christmas tree.
Experiment with other colours related to white such as silver and ivory which can add more dimension to your white theme. Or even add a splash of gold to give your décor a luxurious look.