Holiday Decorating: Spend Less & Enjoy More


Have you noticed that retailers are starting to showcase their jewelry and products already and annually? Some people enjoy an early summer vacation, while others like me; feel there is more Christmas. In a scientific study of 1,000 American adults, 73 percent agree with the phrase “I’m angry that the holiday shopping season is over.” Forty-eight percent strongly agree. Only 21 percent disagreed. But, if you are serious about shopping and would have decorated a vacation then this year is the best of all your “vacation” activities.

When to Buy When

Remember when all the good things came after the holiday? Obviously this is true for things like Christmas cards and holiday wrapping paper. But now, retailers are bringing their holiday discounts to make sure their property is sold by Christmas and, you shouldn’t have to wait and buy after the holiday only to pack it for the next 11 months before using it.

Reduce, Use and Restore

The holiday season and its shopping, wrapping and festive atmosphere increase the amount of waste we provide. However, there are many opportunities for the buyer to settle, reuse and restock their remaining balance to enjoy the benefits.

Before you buy anything new, take what you already have, which you can use and dispose of everything else. Social media sites like Pinterest can give you great ideas on how to recreate your current decor.

Keep your jewelry to work again next year. Donate your old decorations to local schools, churches or other nonprofit organizations.

Don’t Be Ashamed for Your Holiday Vacations. YouTube videos are everything you need to be able to use scenery, bows, table decorations, more.

What are the latest trends in holiday decorations?

One of the hottest trends in holiday decor is black and white. Not only is it black and white timeless, it is also a great place to return to add any color, especially red and green. Use black and white and light up your Christmas wreath, your table runner or your Christmas tree. Everything should look elegant and elegant with a touch of black and white.

LED lights continue to incandescent bulbs on trees and buildings. Remember, if you choose to light your lamps, the LED also comes in white and white.

How about using a winter theme instead of decorating for Christmas. If you use the same theme you can leave your decorations longer without your neighbors asking why Santa is still on your roof in Feb.

Finally, instead of scattering small decorations in your home why not decorate one or two areas of your home with larger ones. Your fire blanket and your entry can be used to show off your look.

Worth a Holiday Shopping D├ęcor

Holiday decorations can be very expensive. There is a way to make a home decorated more attractive or not. Art galleries and big box stores often offer 40% off coupons and resorts such as Bed, Bath & Beyond while offering 20 percent off holiday items. Dollar pricing is one of the best holiday shopping destinations on a budget. They feature decorations for every holiday including Christmas and Thanksgiving. Other vendors to consider include Kirkland, Pier 1 Imports, Jo-Ann, Big Lots, Sears, and Target.

I hope these ideas bring happiness to your home this holiday season! Remember that dressing up for your home makes it the perfect base for celebrating your family vacation.