5 Easy Ways To Make A Minimalist Home Feel Festive At Christmas

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5 easy ways to make a minimalist home feel festive at christmas

Cox & Cox

As the nights draw in and the temperature drops, there’s really only one thing on everyone’s minds – the build-up to Christmas. The first job on the list of festive tasks: decorating. From selecting the best spruce to combing your loft for last year’s baubles, it’s often a far more intensive process than just a quick afternoon of draping tinsel around the house.

The minimalists among us (particularly those with already well-curated homes) may feel this invasion of festive decor to be both overwhelming and far too time-consuming. Your mantelpiece is already carefully adorned with ornaments and your living room has been artfully-arranged, so your Christmas decorations need to fit into a painstakingly thought-through environment. We hear you loud and clear.

For a quick and easy festive update, read our top five tips for styling your minimalist home for Christmas.

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Bridie Artificial Garland in Green, House Beautiful Marketplace

Deck the halls with a garland

2

Gingerbread Christmas Candle, Etsy

Create a warm glow with candles

3

Joseph Artificial Snowy Christmas Tree, House Beautiful Marketplace

Buy a small Christmas tree

4

Cassandra Light Up Feather Bauble in White, House Beautiful Marketplace

Get creative with baubles

5

Ruched Faux Fur Throw White, Dunelm

Finish off with soft furnishings

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