How to Decorate a Staircase for Christmas

Watch a live tutorial on how to decorate a Staircase for Christmas with garland and lights – the finished project is LAVISH and gorgeous! Instructions given by an interior decorator. Add your own improvisations and touches to make it your own and give it your own personal sense of style.

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Christmas Twigs

 Christmas Twigs

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With all the super elaborate Christmas decorations we see all around us, there is something really refreshing and charming about using twigs as Chrsitmas decorations. It’s about giving a nod to nature, simplifying. And its beautiful.  Creating Christmas twigs is the perfect decorating solution when you just dont have room for a Christmas tree. And if space isn’t a problem, then incorporating twigs into your Christmas decor will work wonderfully as a table arrangement, a festive arrangment in your entrance hall, a piece for your mantel, or even as your Christmas centerpiece.

From“Get yourself a large vase fill it with dried oasis (this will secure the twigs in the vase) then arrange dried willow branches into the oasis (oasis and twigs available from most florists) If you want an extra bit of sparkle you can spray the twigs with glitter spray or spray them silver like in the picture above. If you have a clear vase you can hide the oasis with glass beads. You can even scrunch up some wrapping paper or tin foil inside the vase around the edge and then place the oasis inside it. It just leaves you to be creative with your decorations. You can also add lights. It looks very pretty and doesn’t take up a lot of room”.

Christmas Mantel – Garland, Snowflakes, Candles and Cone Trees

Christmas Mantel Decorating - Candles, Galrand and Snowflakes

 Garland, Snowflakes, Candles and Cone Trees… and a partridge in a pear tree…? A Christmas Mantel decorated with faux pine garland lit with cluster lights and dangling snowflake ornaments. A row of 15 tea light candles glow on the hearth. And on either side of the fireplace are decorative Chrismtas trees, a glittering silver cone tree to one side, and a miniature pine tree to the other. It sounds a little ecclectic by the written word, but when you look at it, it all comes together nicely into one beautiful and cohesive display. 

Source Better Decorating Bible.

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Christmas House Tour – Beautiful Home Decorated for Christmas

Take a tour through a truly beautiful home that has been decorated equally beautifully for Christmas. Another really inspuring Christmas House Tour by a gal who loves to decorate andknows how to put on a really good show. Watch!

We’d love to see what YOUR house looks like all decorated for Christmas. Do you have a video to share with our readers? Email us:  admin {at}

Christmas House Tour – Historic Salem Homes

Take a quick Christmas House Tour through some of the Historic homes of Salem, Mass.

For more than three decades its been a festive tradition that, every year at Christmas, when their homes are beautifully decorated for the holidays, many owners of historic homes in Salem participate in the Christmas House Tour and open their homes to the public. This video captures some of the best of the best that the tour had to offer a few years ago.

If you enjoy peaking through other people’s windows at Christmas time, you’ll want to watch this video. You’ll get some great inspiration and can steal a few beautiful Chrismtas decorating ideas for your own home. The video goes fast, so watch carefully!

Have you made a video of your home all decked out for Christmas?  Share it with our readers! Email us: admin {at} so we can feature it here!

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