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Christmas Decors You Use Even After Christmas

When it comes to decorating the inside of your home for Christmas, there is virtually an unlimited supply of Christmas motifs to select from. From Santa Clause and reindeer figures to ornaments to dazzling lights, candles, and mistletoes, Christmas decorations put everybody into a festive spirit. And it's always a bummer to see them taken down once the season has passed. Therefore, rather than putting them up for a limited period, utilize decorations that can work all year long. It's not only more convenient, but it's also more cost-effective and saves storage space. Below are 7 Christmas décor ideas that may be used long after the holidays are over.

1. Incorporate Items with a Winter Motif

Avoid Christmas decorations that are too literal, such as Santa Claus figures, candy canes, nativity scenes, and red baubles, in favor of winter-themed decor. Medallion snowflakes, for example, are a fantastic alternative that may be festive for Christmas while also being wonderful all winter long. You can also showcase a wooden tray with winter elements on it such as jars, pinecones, mugs, and candles. That way, you can easily bring a warm feeling into your home and create a cozy atmosphere.

2. Stick to blue and silver colors

Many people identify Christmas with the colors red and green. So, rather than using the typical Christmas color scheme, opt for blue and silver. In fact, blue and silver is a popular color combination for snowy Christmas decorations that also works well year-round. Simply decorate your doorway with elegant silver lanterns and silver frames. You can also use the winter wonderland pattern and blue vintage pieces to decorate the dining table.

3. Integrate Metallic Ornaments

Mercury glass and silver decorations might work well in a neutral setting. They look great in a bowl or a glass vase, and they give a bit of luxury to any room. You may even add sprigs of evergreen to them for a festive touch around Christmas.

4. Hang String Lights

Last but not least, string lights are an essential Christmas ornament. They give a playful touch of light to any environment. You can hang them practically anyplace in the house, such as along the mantle, along the banister of the staircase, or around the Christmas tree. String lights are also quite handy all year round. You can simply hang them outside for ambient lighting on a deck or patio. That way, when Christmas comes again, you'll be able to easily transport them back to your tree.

5. Make Use of Candles

Christmas candles are the ideal adornment for making your house feel festive. Crimson candles scream Christmas, especially when coupled with foliage or other holiday-themed decors. On the other hand, when they are isolated from their Christmas counterparts, they can be used all year. They look excellent in warm-colored interiors, and they'd be ideal for lighting a romantic dinner on Valentine’s day. White candles are even better because they are timeless neutrals, which can go with any décor motif and can be used at any time of year.

6. Use Boxwood Wreaths

Boxwood wreaths are circular decorations that provide a touch of elegance to any door. You may hang a wreath on your front door, but also on your inner doors. In fact, it is the thickly packed leaves and evergreen characteristics of boxwood plants that make them noteworthy. For Christmas, tie a red ribbon around a boxwood wreath. Then, for the rest of the year, remove the ribbon or replace it with burlap or with any other fabric that goes with your interior design.

7. Add Faux Fur Throws and Pillows

Faux fur blankets and pillows are a terrific way to bring a sense of depth, elegance, coziness, and softness to any room. They are versatile and can be used in bedrooms, living rooms, workplaces, dining areas, and nurseries. Darker colors are associated with the fall and winter seasons, but brighter colors can be worn in the spring and summer. So instead of choosing Christmas patterns, pick a hue that fits your interior color scheme while still being able to tolerate seasonal changes such as creams and whites.

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