After mostly a very low-key Christmas last year, 2021 is pointing to be a majestic full of hope and joyful holiday. Christmas decorations will follow that idea. People are eager to celebrate once again together with their families, to gather around with friends, and share some of the Christmas spirits as we used to before the pandemic.
That eagerness and excitement are being translated to most of this year’s decor trends. Color accents, vintage ornaments, and lots of handmade decors are some of the trends that we will be seeing during the season. If you’re still wondering what to do for Christmas and how to decorate your house, I assure you you’ll find the perfect match in these trends that appeal to every single taste and style.
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Twig trees are still the trend for the year not only due to their practicality (you don’t have to deal with tons of leaves when taking them out) but also because it represents a more eco-friendly alternative with a unique aesthetic.
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After the difficult times we’ve been through, this Christmas will be all about nostalgia and going back to basics, meaning focusing on the important part of the festivity, family union. We’ll be seeing lots of vintage ornaments and decor appealing to this idea.
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Pastels are the color palette ruling every single aspect of our lives, and Christmas won’t be the exception. From really colorful pastel fantasies to very soft accents, these colors are taking over the holiday season.
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There are always great quirky ways to bring our favorite shows and movies to our Christmas decor, and these Squid Game ornaments are a great example of how to do it.
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Besides pastels, another palette that will be trendy during the season is a berry combo. Warm purple with pink and reddish hues will definitely bring a cozy, joyful, and trendy vibe to your decor.
Sober color accents
Since last year, minimalist Christmas decorations have been a trend, and this year is still coming strong. A great way to achieve it is going for sober and simple decorations and strategically adding some accents of the same color.
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Talking about themes, this year’s theme will be all about rustic and farm-like aesthetics. Monochromatic decorations combined with wood elements are key to this trend.
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The boho style is one of the strongest trends in decoration, and Christmas won’t be the exception. Mostly made of handmade decor made with natural materials and sober colors, this Bojo style is perfect for those who like more minimalist designs.
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This past year most people have turned into crafts, and this season will be the perfect chance to display these creations and abilities. Handmade decorations are a great way to put your essence into the holiday.
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Cookie decoration is all over social media, and besides being a delicious trend, it’s also beautiful. Placing a plate of decorated cookies can be a great decorative option.
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