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Dressing Your Home for the Holidays: Christmas Tradition

     Decorating our homes for Christmas can be as different and unique as there are people. Themes and color schemes are numerous, but tried and true are the traditional classic pair: red and green. As shown here, this front door greets you with the classic combo that speaks "simple elegance." Green garland and red ribbon open to a foyer staircase draped in the same greenery but now accented with red hydrangeas.

     The scale of these large flowers lends a formality to this entryway. The family room hosts a grand tree and mantle of berries and bows, keeping with the same color palette, but this time with lots of sparkle! The result is classic and charming! This quaint kitchen vignette boasts a theme of striped candies and gingerbread men that are quite the treat! Elegant or whimsical, red and green make for a classic.

     Make surprise appearances of holiday cheer in unexpected places. There are many other places to decorate that you may not have thought about. Don't forget that bedrooms and light fixtures are special ways to dress you home for Christmas. Christmas that is traditional and timeless!

Copyright © 2008-2015 Kristy Beelendorf

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