Those who have not yet prepared their home for Christmas will begin to actively decorate it very soon. The main question of all the inhabitants of Winnipeg: how to decorate the house beautiful, fashionable and inexpensive?
Experts from Shelmerdine Garden Centre come to the aid of Winnipeggers. They shared useful tips on how to prepare the place of living for the upcoming holidays quickly, stylishly and at the same time to save money.
It does not matter what style the interior of your house is, the following recommendations will suit absolutely everyone. So:
1. Go the ‘no waste’ route
Do you want to buy decorations every year and to throw them away after the holidays? If no, then this item is for you. Experts suggest adding rosemary to the decoration. This plant will make your home incredibly stylish, fragrant and will stay with you after the end of the holidays.
2. Don’t underestimate the basics
Fashion trends change every year, but the classic remains in fashion always. This rule also applies to holiday decor. If you choose the red and green color, you can safely use this decor for many years in the future. Also, the good, old-fashioned poinsettia will be helpful.
3. Take a cue from the Grinch
A baby Cypress is a very beautiful and sweet evergreen. At the same time, it has an incredible aroma that will immediately create a festive atmosphere in your home.
4. D-I-Y Décor
Why not to create unique decoration by yourself? You can choose lively greens, add artificial elements, show a little imagination, and voila - the original decoration for your home is ready and the amazing holiday atmosphere reign in your house. Experiment until you get the decoration that you have always dreamed of. If you have children, they can be great helpers and will never forget this holiday. You can also add scented candles to create a special mysterious Christmas atmosphere at your home.
5. If you’re heading to Shelmerdine’s, pay your attention to Giving Tree Angel Ornament. All money from its sales will go to local charities such as Bear Clan Patrol, Never Alone Foundation, Boys and Girls Clubs of Winnipeg, NorWest Coop Community Food Centre and House of Hessed.
We hope you and your family will enjoy your holiday period!
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