Fashion of shabby chic is increasingly widespread. It can give inspiration for some decoration for next Christmas.
Have you ever heard of shabby chic Christmas decorations? The shabby chic is a style of furniture that has involved every corner of the design now, even the fashion. Antique furniture, born from the recovery of old things finds new life in modern houses. Everything has a sentimental value and chic with a touch of personality. In fact, shabby adornments were painted usually with light colors and pastel to assume a color more or less uniform. If you buy a piece of furniture in this style, it will be the best complement to the retro charm. For this reason, to decorate our house with Christmas decorations, there are two solutions: recover old decorations from the attic of her grandmother and bestow a new life on them or buy new ones.
Who of you has the jute bags? If you have something like this, you can make stockings; after all, it is simpler than you think. You can attach it to the fireplace, or even a cabinet near the bottom of the living room, and you can fill them as you wish, with seedlings or with Christmas balls, maybe metallic.
If you have a safe deposit box in the basement, serving as a container for vegetables, you can decorate it with pinecones and scented sachets.
Among the items that can be found more easily in the shops, there are the decorative items, especially in the shape of a heart, antique, metal and or woven straw. You can apply them to your Christmas tree, or hang them from a chandelier or even the doorknobs. The same style, you can opt for cloth items, such as reindeer and snowmen.
The wreath is one of those patterns that you can also make yourself. In a moment, you will have a wonderful shabby chic wreath outside the door of your home.
If you did not find anything and you do not have much time to spare, you can always buy something in a shabby style, just like the letters in wood, antique candle holder in the shape of a star.
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