Winter is here, which means that carols, snow, and decorations of all kinds are everywhere. You don't need to be a creative genius to decorate your 98th Avenue apartment; there are plenty of ways to bring a winter wonderland into your home. There are some appealing trending Christmas items you can purchase for your studio apartment, even if you can't fit a large tree.
No Christmas would be complete without a tree, and artificial trees are the preferred option for safety and easy cleanup. You can choose from a variety of gorgeous trees that will make your apartment look unique while also fitting in your space perfectly. To get even more green, consider draping live garlands around your curtains and doors. Just like having a real tree, this will fill your home with the scent of pine.
Decorations That Transition From Christmas & Into the New Year
With just a few tricks, you can make your apartment party-ready in no time. You can create the atmosphere of a memorable celebration by keeping your festive decoration through the New Year, and you can save a lot of time by just taking down the red decorations instead of taking down everything! Keep your silver and gold decorations up to capture the glamorous party spirit. For an extra flash of color, you can leave the garland up to contrast with the glitz and glam of the metals. Keeping some decorations up instead of buying new ones will save you enough money to treat yourself at The Cottage on NE 183rd Street, right here in Bothell.
A Checklist for Creating a Winter Wonderland In Your Apartment
- Get a beautiful artificial tree that fits into your space but doesn't take up a lot of room when it comes time to put it away.
- Live garland helps add some green to your apartment, and you can support local businesses, too.
- Find some tremendous sparkling lights to set the atmosphere.
- Find some cost-effective but fancy New Years' decorations.
What to Keep in Mind For Holiday Decorations
Make sure the items you used to decorate take up the least amount of area possible. When packing for your apartment, keep in mind that items must fit into tight places. Choose decorations that will not stain or damage the walls or surfaces of your home.