Turkey Day is almost here, which means it’s time to break out the holiday decor (if you haven’t already)! Don’t know where to start? Here are a few fun tips to get your home looking holly jolly:
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- Spread Out the Holiday Cheer!
Many people keep indoor decorations limited to the living room. A tree, some stockings or a menorah and a few lights are what you might find in most homes. But peppering in a few decorations in bedrooms, the kitchen—and yes, even the bathroom—can add a little more fun to the holidays!
- Get Crafty
Are you always looking for a reason to scour the aisles of your local craft store? There are plenty of fun holiday décor projects you can make yourself from basic wreaths and ornaments to more elaborate crafts like these adorable plastic spoon trees or a beautiful dreidel garland.
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- Mad About Plaid
There’s something about plaid that just makes you think “warm and cozy,” which is what the holidays are all about. Just add a couple of plaid throw pillows or blankets to add an easy festive twist to your living room or front porch décor.
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- Deck the Halls
For a more nature-inspired holiday look, you can’t go wrong with adding some extra greenery around the house. Bare wreaths, simply lit trees and lush garlands make a beautiful addition to any room.
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- No Fireplace? No Problem
Fireplaces are often a quintessential part of holiday décor so it may feel like you’re missing out if your home doesn’t have one. Not to worry! If you’re looking for the perfect spot to hang your stockings or display your menorah, there are many ways to get creative including floating shelves and wooden ladders. If you really want to go the extra mile, you can even draw a fake fireplace.
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- A Very Coastal Holiday
Love the beachy look? Holiday décor doesn’t have to feature snowy scenes. Go full-on tropical with lit palm trees, pineapple decorations and even surf boards. Or go for a more subtle coastal look featuring beachy blues, seashells and starfish.