Less is More: Minimalist Christmas

With many having a preference for a less cluttered space, the typical festive décor just won't do. Cut down on the festive ornaments and go all minimal this Christmas. Simple is the new chic.

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Tray your ornaments

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Festive tabletop décor can sometimes appear messy. Place your ornaments in a tray for a neater look. When opting for this design idea, create a theme with elements typical of the season, such as reindeer, nutcracker and candles.

Scatter it on the ground

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Candles give a sense of mystery and delight. Placing them on the ground will direct the line of sight towards the often neglected flooring. Having a thick frame will provides a structure look for the overall decor.

Trade in lush leaves for twigs

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Making use of twigs in place of lush pine or fir tree is all the mod. This take on the conventional tree paved way for a cleaner and structured look. To brighten up the space, hang some bright baubles. Note that mixing coloured or patterned ornaments might portray a less serious image.

Put up the tree on the walls

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What is Christmas without a tree? Instead of having a conventional tree, having the tree in the form of a wall décor will do just as well. Incorporating numbers of the calender for a chic tree fit for any minimalist space.

On a pedestal

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While most trees are large and take up much space, consider placing a tree fit for a small surface. Small trees garner comfort in a static minimalist space. Include a banner of festive wording to bring a sense of eclecticism to the space.