Christmas time is all about lights and colours, giving your space some special festive sparkle. Just as the streets are decorated, your home also deserves special attention, creating the right mood for the winter holidays. In Christmas home design, colour is crucial when it comes to creating the right decor set for your taste. Choose your favourite colour scheme and be creative this season!
Black and White: the eternal anchoring neutrals
No matter how many colour schemes there are to choose from, we just can’t get enough of the good old black and white as anchoring neutrals in home design. In fact, this colour scheme is so balanced that it fits perfectly even with Christmas decorations – who needs colours when you have millions of possibilities in black and white?
Gold and Greige: the right amount of sophistication
Classic Christmas home design gives that special sophisticated touch to your living room if you choose the right colour scheme. Gold can be beautiful if you use the right amount to highlight special areas in your decor. The greige comes in handy to help create the golden mood without overdoing it!
Indigo and White: celebrating happy times
We love that navy home design style where everything seems to be happy and smooth. So why not recreate this style this Christmas and be original? Indigo blue is always a must if you combine it with white in simple patterns such as stripes, or bolder ones inspired by hand-painted tiles. Who said that a blue Christmas can’t be a happy one?
Red and Tan: cosy country living
Forget about the same old white and red – this year innovate and go for tan and red. If you love country style home design, this is the perfect fit: with some beautiful checkerboard pattern, you will be able to create a sense of country Christmas to help you warm up your holidays.
Teal and White: a warm holiday season
Teal is a special colour that gives a fresh bright touch to any home design, especially when combined with white. If you love having that warm Summer feeling all year long, try combining these two colours with brown details – and say hello to a warm holiday season!
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