There’s no doubt the Christmas of 2020 isn’t going to feel the same as the festive holidays we are used to. This has been a hard year with a lot of suffering caused by COVID-19.
However, it also means that the Christmas holidays give us a chance to spread the festive cheer and at least bring back the smiles on the faces of our loved ones.
The holiday involves a lot of things, but in this post we'll talk about decor, specifically country Christmas decor ideas that anyone can do!
Perfectly Plaid Containers
We all love a little bit of plaid fabric in our homes. Whether it’s those fresh plaids curtains during summer or colorful plaid throw pillows on the couch, there’s just something about these fabrics that add superb elegance to our spaces.
Well, it doesn’t have to end with curtains and throw pillows. You can also add a little bit of plaid on containers and use them to decorate your space for Christmas.
Plaid containers, especially those used to plant green indoor plants, are some of the best country Christmas decorating ideas you can think of.
All country homes feature mason jars, one way or another. The great thing about these jars is that they are extremely versatile. You can use them for anything. Whether it's putting up some cozy candles or filling them up with autumn leaves and displaying them on the mantel, there are just so many decor ideas involving mason jars that you won’t be able to finish all of them.
Purely Organic Decorations
It’s mostly unheard of for people who live in cities that you can decorate using food. For most of us, the closest thing we get to plant-inspired decor is probably the country Christmas tree. But there’s just so much more. Take this idea for example.
It features a combination of garlands of cranberries and popcorn, slices of dried oranges, a series of cinnamon sticks tied in bundles using strings, and so much more. There’s nothing expensive here. Just an organic decor idea that stands out for everybody to see.
A Rustic Heaven to Cuddle Up
Christmas decor isn’t just about creating visually appealing decorations. It also creates functional spaces that bring everyone together.
Well, you can give your living room a splash of holiday cheer with a combination of simple wreaths wrapped in beautiful plaid ribbons. Smaller Christmas trees are also strategically placed inside the room and then topped with several glam ornaments for impeccable style. Finish up the room with warm red sweater pillows and that’s it.
Creating a Sense of Wonder
Well, since we’re talking about making your spaces cuddler this holiday, how about creating a wonderland everywhere in the house?
Holiday decorations aren’t just for the entryway and living room. They can also be used for other rooms including the bedroom.
Focus on plaid sheets and add a garland to the window or headboard. Finish the decor with small trees on the nightstand and that’s it! And even though not many people would consider adding a Christmas tree to the bedroom, it can be a great way to bring the entire home into that sweet holiday mood.
Once you’re done with chimney cleaning, it's time to deal with the mantle. This countryside-inspired idea will take care of things. It involves a series of vintage pieces, including rare, flea market finds, and some classic trinkets and toys.
You can also add antique lanterns, a golden bubble garland, some rustic brass accents, and finish it up with metallic glam for superb style.
Avoid any headaches this winter by getting a heating system inspection. It will save you money on your heating bills and make the space much more comfortable!