Designer’s tip to decorate your entryway: You don't want so much that the foyer becomes crowded, but a couple of additions like wreaths, ornaments, and even a throw in your holiday color palette can do the trick. Remember that while you want it to be festive, it also needs to be functional. Don't clutter up tables with too many decorations, and don't take up valuable floor space that could end up being tripping hazards.
The entryway is the first thing people see when they visit your home. It's also the first thing you and your family see when you come home. So don't forget to make it welcoming and festive by adding a little holiday flair.
Color evokes strong emotions in people and the colors chosen for a Christmas color scheme might be more important than the items chosen for decorations. If you have seen a beautiful fabric that would be spectacular in the center of your dining room table, draw your Christmas colors from the fabric design. Bring the hues into all the rooms for a unified look. What is your color scheme for Christmas decoration this year?
Throw back to our renovation project in Okotoks where we took inspiration for color palette from the homeowner’s beautiful painting of mountains. The colors gave an excellent charm to each corner of the the entire house!
Think handmade pottery, handsewn linens, and handcarved furniture so that the material and the artist’s unique characteristics show through. Time to hit up craft markets and art fairs this holiday season to stock up on decor for the new year!
We are moving away from mass produced items and into seeing more things with their flaws this season. Live edge is used in our projects as counter top & table. Where would you use such a beautiful thing in your house?