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A holiday season would not be complete without Christmas Eve. Undoubtedly, it is the most magical time of the year. As Christmas Eve approaches, you may want to decorate your home in an intriguing way.
But finding a unique solution can be a task. While you decorate your homes for Christmas, small changes to your furniture will do wonders and add that extra touch you want. We're here with seven tips to help you effortlessly transform your furniture and make a lasting impression.
SEVEN TIPS TO TRANSFORM YOUR FURNITURE FOR CHRISTMAS EVE
No need to swap out all the furniture, just a few additions and a little tweaking here and there and you're good to go.
1. SAY HI TO CREDENZA, SIDEBOARDS AND BUFFET TABLES
In addition to being excellent decorative pieces, buffet tables, credenzas and sideboards, are the perfect investments for their functionality and practical use.
During Christmas Eve, there may be a lot of hassle when it comes to keeping your dishes, cutlery, and tableware and moving them from one place to another. Credenzas, sideboards, and buffets can help you declutter your space while serving as great decorative furniture.
They are also perfect for displaying your finest crockeries, souvenirs, and antiques, adding to the aesthetic value of your space. They are versatile enough to store your Christmas snacks, gifts, and decorations.
2. DON'T FORGET TO PICK UP AN ACCENT CHAIR OR TWO
If you don't wish to change your old sofa set, divert the whole attention to the accent chair. It's a smart way to boost the aesthetics of your space. Depending on your budget, you can purchase a pair, or even one accent chair could work.
Don't you think it's a fantastic and budget-friendly way to change up the look of your space this Christmas Eve?
3. FURNISH THE FLOOR
According to the size, you can place them at the entrance, near the Christmas tree, under the center, and dining table. This helps your room look visually appealing while enhancing the overall look of the furniture.
Choose a color and pattern that complements the Christmas theme that you can use later. For non-carpeted floors, you can do the same.
4. GET INTO THE ACTION WITH THROWS AND CUSHIONS
Did you know? These small pieces can bring a big change to your furniture and home. If you want to keep it simple and pocket-friendly, buy some extra designer pillows, cushions, and throws for your space.
Imagine a plain sofa with plain cushions, now imagine your sofa with different-sized, well-designed cushions and a beautifully draped throw. Can you visualize the transformation? Bring out your creative side and get the look you want.
5. COVERS FOR THE UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE WILL DO THE TRICK
One of the best ways to transform your furniture is to upgrade it with great covers. Whether it's your sofa, armchair, or dining chair, all you have to do is change the covers, touch up a bit on the frame or legs and you're done.
You can purchase Christmas-themed covers for Eve and go back to your old furniture later.
6. ADORN YOUR DINING TABLE ALONG WITH THE CHRISTMAS TREE
Instead of keeping your decoratives directly on the tabletop, try prepping them first. If you have an old dining table, cover it entirely with a tablecloth. If you have a new dining table, skip this step.
After this, place a runner in the middle of the table. Then keep your stands and decoratives. Get creative with dining mats and napkins. Here you are with a canyon dining table without having to spend a fortune.
7. CONSIDER INSTALLING A FIREPLACE
If you want to create a cozy atmosphere and add elegance to your home, consider buying a fireplace unit. With the appearance of an original fireplace and heat generation system, these electrical units help create a sense of comfort and warmth. They are available in different shapes, sizes, designs, and functions.
Christmas Eve is about decorating your home as beautifully as possible. Every year we try to find interesting ways to decorate our homes. Transforming your furniture is a great way to adorn your home in an aesthetically pleasing way. A few tweaks and additions to your furniture are all it takes to do the magic.