How to Decorate for a Classic Christmas

I spent many years chasing the trends of the time when it came to Christmas decorating. Then, I learned that keeping things classic meant that things were always in style. Today, I’m sharing the top decor items for a classic Christmas.

Tis’ the season, my friends. Tis’ the season for thinking about decking your halls. This truly is one of my favorite times of the year. I look forward to Christmas for so many reason, the main one being the birth of our Savior, but also because of all of the trappings it brings with it.

Why Should You Consider Classic Christmas Decor?

For me, I want my kids to think back and have some set memories in their heads when it comes to decorating the home for Christmas. I remember the garland and bows that my mom would iron and put up on our banister and these small rocking horses that sat in garland on our window sills.

I decided to move towards a more classic style when I realized that every room of my home was decorated differently. Nothing flowed because I used different trends in each room.I started collecting some classic pieces several years ago. It started small and every year I add a few more items to my collection.

How to grow your classic Christmas decor

– Red, vintage beads – Brass deer figurines – Realistic garlands – Candles on the mantel and tree – Brass bells – Velvet bows – Plaid blankets

Charming Decorations

What is classic Christmas decor?

This can mean different things for different people. I think our childhood plays a huge role in what we consider “classic”.Maybe your mom wrapped the tree in metallic tensile or had bright colored mercury glass ornaments adorning the tree.

Classic Christmas Decor

My idea of classic is based on what I grew up with. Classic colors- greens, reds, blues, and metallics, are certainly something I reminisce about when I think about Christmas. A tree dripping with handmade ornaments and those handed down over the years with white lights on it, sitting in the corner of the living room, is another form of classic Christmas decor.

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