Rockin’ it around the Christmas Tree

It’s time for mistletoe and holly… 

Gear up for Christmas with some fun festive decor and get ready to let your living room shine! Don’t stop at the Christmas tree — extend your Christmas decorations through the whole living room. These Christmas decorating ideas will have your space overflowing with cheer, whatever your decorating style. Merry Christmas to one and all!

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Brighten the Room with Citrus Colors
If your living room boasts furniture with retro appeal, you’re halfway to this simply groovy living room. A pretty, warm color scheme and playful accents like paper Christmas ornaments, polka dots, and a party-ready bar create a funky, vintage atmosphere.

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Mix Greenery with Metallics
Fresh tulips and sprigs of greenery on either side of the mantel add a fresh, modern feeling to your Christmas decorations when paired with bold, metallic pieces. A geometric mirror’s shimmering gold frame glimmers above a silver-and-gold garland and metallic votives.

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Let the Tree Shine
A colorful Christmas tree demands attention, so keep the rest of your decor low-key, especially in a small space. We love the way silver and green elements on the mantel give this room an elegant feel, while birch logs add a touch of country comfort.

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Utilize a Small Space
A cozy arrangement can set the stage for your entire living room, and it’s a great way to show off your favourite vintage pieces. Display cards on an antique shutter or door, and add height to a teeny Christmas tree with an old toboggan.

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