After spending a year living the dream of a digital nomad hopping from city to city, I can safely say (confidently, gratefully, and enthusiastically) that I have settled into a place that feels like home. I can say Many of us glorify our mobile and whimsical lifestyles, but the reality can be more difficult. I’m not going to pull out. It’s time to fall back on all things cozy. And yes, that means stocking up on all the best apartment Christmas decorations.
Knowing what to do in a small space can be difficult. Sure, you don’t want to be overwhelmed with too many pieces, but the opposite approach can make the room feel sparse — and, of course, storage his entire component. Where are you going to store your fake Christmas tree when it’s January? There’s a lot to consider when buying Christmas decorations for your apartment. Thankfully, as someone who lives in just over 1,000 square feet, I have some answers.
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Tips for Decorating for Christmas in Small Spaces
It’s always been a dream of mine to decorate the halls of a huge house on an endless budget. I’ve come to enjoy the way the lack of has challenged my creativity. I’ve found that I like being forced to make design choices. Instead of saying yes, I should choose what I like best and what I think will best fit my space.
With this in mind, we’ve created a list of tips to help you find the perfect Christmas decoration for your apartment. Less is better.
Choose a statement piece. If you’re decorating a small space, you don’t want to look in a million directions as soon as someone walks through the door. For , it’s always been a tree, but you can brighten your tablescape, decorate your cloak, or create a beautiful dried flower arrangement for your coffee table. Resist temptation.
Stick to a focused color palette. As with the first tip, this is all about creating a coordinated and cohesive decorating scheme. Usually, this means a neutral paired with two colors on opposite sides of the color wheel (which explains why white, green, and red go so well together). Or pick a theme and try to identify three colors that evoke what you’re trying to express. This year it’s all about browns, greens and whites.
Get creative with your tree. If you’re looking for Christmas decorations for your apartment, you may be having a hard time keeping track of your tree. Maybe, but due to space constraints, you can throw it away. There are plenty of tabletop options to choose from as well as creative choices.find all the inspiration you need here.
29 apartment Christmas decorations perfect for small spaces
For the tree (and for the tree itself!)
Garlands, tree toppers and ornaments in every stripe. And if you’re Team Fake Trees, I’ve rounded up the cutest (and space-friendly little) Christmas trees.