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Awesome ideas for Christmas decorations!

Here are some, let’s say old but gold ideas to lean on while drinking your cup of hot cocoa with the laptop in your lap.

With days getting shorter and colder and the festive spirit on the market shelves it’s a good idea to start searching for inspiration for our own home decoration. Here are some, let’s say old but gold ideas to lean on while drinking your cup of hot cocoa with the laptop in your lap.


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The first thing it should definitely go for mixed metallics and geometrical patterns and forms. They’ll just look great, plus you could always put an accent by adding some bold accent in pink for instance. Remember they add up just perfectly with pastel shades. You could throw away all the red and white festive stuff and opt for mint and pale, and peach pastel tones for your decoration.

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The so called candy colours can bring along some disco echo from the 90’s and mix it all with just the right amount of contemporary hint. Blush pink and mixed metallic is another trendy decoration clue. Pink is somehow always present in nowadays holiday celebratory decoration, so we’ll keep it in mind for a bit while longer. It’s pearl variation mixed with the warmth of gold is another alluring and charming result.  You could even make pink your dominant colour with a table runner in pink champagne tone. The bubbly drink colour can make your guests smile!

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They came out few years ago and are definitely here to stay – the geometrical tree decoration. Triangles, rectangles, circles and more complicated geometrical forms make a quite trendy, scandi chick tree jewellery. All the goodies will shine in their metallic bursts of shades and light and will make your home sparkle. You can extend the theme and add some geometrical patterns to your gift packages that would certainly make them stand out.

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