As the holiday season rounds the corner and the hot cocoa runs aplenty it is time to bring down the holiday decorations and head to your favorite home décor store. For this holiday season tradition and glamour take over.
This year’s turbulent times have brought people together and their need for the familiar. The traditional holiday decorations for 2010 include natural style and natural materials like bleached wood, cotton, and glass. Using your family heirlooms and combining them with new purchases makes the look authentic. Patina pieces bring a great look to your collectables. The focal point for this design is the Christmas tree and whether it is real or synthetic it should be decadent. Voluminous balls, angels and fairytales rule this year and tinsel is most definitely out. Using artificial snow, pine cones, and greenery is very popular.
The all so trendy glamorous style is full of sparkle. With the colors of gold bronze, olive, wine red, dark ruby red, amber or a deep blue-green rule this holiday color spectrum. Velvet, embossed leather, feathers and wood beads makes for great texture. Right on line with this year’s trend of blue and brown is this season’s favorites with printed with silver, silver dust or white frosted and snow covered decorations. Also in this year, is last year’s favorite purple, also on trend is red, silver, grey, white, vibrant green, orange, lemon, and gold.
Like every year, candles are always popular. In particular, pillar candles and tea lights in an array of colors, designs, and fragrance. Romance and tender memories are heightened with warm candle light. Get candles that are fairly simple in form, but are colorful and eloquently designed. Also, special artistically designed candle cards are becoming all the rage this year and are great for mailing to distant friends and family.