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This Is How You Can Match Christmas Extravaganza To Your Minimalist Home

Christmas tends to be all over the place, but here’s how you can match the spirit of the festivities to your minimalist home.

Christmas is an ode to maximalism. All those shiny and colorful ornaments, the lightning, millions of Santas weridly looking at you, colorful gift wraps, candles with tons of seasonal scents that end up merging into a strange and potent aroma, and let's not forget about everything in golden or glittery materials. All in all, Christmas decorations can become an explosion of everything that most of the time can’t be matched to more simple and minimalist styles.

Think about all the time and effort you’ve put on creating that perfect minimalist home. Those all-over-the-top Christmas decorations don’t really match that aesthetic, right? Worry not! There are actually tons of really trendy ways you can explore your Christmas spirit while keeping the minimalistic style of your home.

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Settle on a color and material combo

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To start with, take a look around at your place and see what are the colors and materials that predominate. Settle on those two elements for your Christmas decorations so that everything looks blended out. For instance, if you have white walls and natural wooden furniture, choose ornaments and decorations in that color scheme and material. You could also add a pop of color that will only bring some of the festivity into your place.

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DIY your decorations

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The best part of going for a more minimalistic Christmas style is that you can actually make the decorations yourself. Nice simplistic yarn baskets with some small light bulbs can bring the Christmas joy to your apartment in a very sophisticated way.

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Sober wrapping paper

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Gifts are basically part of the tree decoration and for that reason they should be wrapped with the same attention to detail as the rest of the decorations. A very clean and beautiful way to wrap your Christmas gifts so that they match with your gorgeous minimalistic decorations and place is using brown kraft paper. You could also use a single color paper that goes with the color scheme you chose. 

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Use your own plants

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An eco-friendly way to decorate your home without leaving a huge ecological footprint is using your own plants instead of getting a tree or even buying a plastic one. Just put some lighting bulbs on your plants very carefully and a few simple ornaments and I’m sure your plants will look beautiful.

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Themed objects

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You don’t really need to get Christmass ornaments or decorations to bring the festive spirit home. There are plenty of objects that go in accordance with the theme that you can use as decorations. For instance, what about some books? There are very nice Christmas-themed books with really gorgeous covers that could match your aesthetic.

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Lightning

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The core of Christmas decorations aren’t Santa Clauses nor ornaments, but the impressive lightning. You could glam your place a little bit with some nice lights. If you want to upgrade your decorations a bit more you could add a few ornaments or small decorations from your material and color scheme combo to merge everything together.

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Natural decorations

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Most minimalistic places use plants and natural objects to bring some life and Christmas shouldn’t be the exception. One natural element that goes hand in hand with the festivities are pinecones and due to their beautiful shape and color they can be a great addition to your overall decor.

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Unconventional trees

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Unconventional trees can also be a great way to decorate if you’re looking for a more modern minimalistic style. You could create the Christmas tree shape with recycled objects or even paint it on a wall. You don’t need much to follow the tradition in your same aesthetic.

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Minimalistic tree

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If you already have a nice pine tree and you wish to follow the traditional tree you can still follow your minimalistic style by decorating it with simple and plain ornaments and decorations. 

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As you’ve seen, the key here is following that simple rule, settle on a color and material scheme. Other than that, the possibilities are endless! Just let your imagination run amok and channel your inner Christmas spirit that match your personal style.

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