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The best kind of holiday decor not only looks beautiful but it also doesn't break the bank. I've done all the work for you this year with my lineup of beautiful holiday decor that not only looks stunning but is $75 or LESS!! Below are my suggestions for warming up your home with holiday charm this winter — and saving a bundle in the process. These deals are fleeting, so stock up now and get your home ready for Christmas!
1. National Tree Company Pre-Lit 'Feel Real' Artificial Christmas Wreath
This pre-lit artificial Christmas wreath is 24 inches wide and decorated with frosted branches. This wreath features over one hundred individually crafted branch tips, creating a lush and full bodied hanging decoration that is sure to impress family and friends alike. Suitable as an indoor or outdoor Christmas decoration, hang this wreath decoration on any door, window or entryway to add a festive feel to any area of the house.
2. Yinuo Candle Flameless Led Candles Flickering in Gray
Moving Wicks & Dancing Flame: The luminous leaves swinging from side to side are like the real candle flame swaying in the wind. Perfect for your Christmas centerpieces
3. Wellwood 6 ft Silver Tinsel Christmas Tree with 24ct Assorted Ornament Set
If you are wanting a retro style tinsel tree, look no further! This tree is gorgeous and the price makes it even better! An Eye-catching addition to any home during the holidays.
4. 95FT 240 LED String Lights Indoor/Outdoor, Super-Bright Christmas Lights
I LOVE these lights! 8 different modes, these lights create a most spectacular holiday show. Super Bright with Upgraded LED chips, Safer Plug in (UL588 Approved), and Waterproof.
5. 6 ft Artificial Canadian Fir
:Standing at 6 Feet Tall with 1200 tips for fullness, this hinged Christmas tree is an eye-catching addition to your room decoration during the holidays. Easy-to-fluff full branches to create the illusion of a full-bodied genuine Canadian Fir Christmas tree with 1200 tips. Tree dimensions are 6 feet tall and 3.4 feet wide. This does shed a bid, so be prepared, but for the price it's so worth it!
6. National Tree Company Pre-Lit Artificial Christmas Garland
This pre-lit artificial Christmas garland is 9 feet long and decorated with pine cones and berry clusters. This garland features over one hundred individually crafted branch tips, creating a lush and full bodied hanging decoration that is sure to impress family and friends alike. Suitable as an indoor or outdoor Christmas decoration, drape this garland over any door, window or entryway to add a festive feel to any area of the house.
Constructed with sturdy, high quality materials and hypo-allergenic, fire-resistant needles
7. National Tree Company Artificial White Tree
Personally, this is probably my favorite tree. It stands 6 feet tall with a 20 inch base diameter. Featuring hundreds of individually crafted branch tips to create full bodied branches, this tree is designed to look and feel lifelike. Designed to look and feel lifelike, this tree is defined by its close attention to detail, featuring hundreds of individually crafted branch tips that make up the wide, full-bodied branches that create space for your lights and ornaments. This tree features pre-attached, hinged branches that drop down for a simple set-up and fold back in for quick and convenient storage. Set aside 45-60 minutes to properly shape the tree by peeling back the branches and pulling the tips apart. Constructed with sturdy, high quality materials, hypo-allergenic, fire-resistant needles, this tree is built to bring holiday cheer for years to come. Includes a durable metal base.
8. Heyhouse Cable Knit Stockings
This is a 4-set pack of beautiful red cable knit stockings. Made of high-quality knit pattern. The cable knit pattern make the stockings shaped beautifully. You can put your gift in or take it out easily; the soft acrylic fabric is elastic and can hold more gifts
9. Christmas Snow Globe String Lights
I am all about battery operated Christmas lights, because you can always reuse them. Each bulb of the Christmas string lights is designed with a miniature Christmas tree and snow, total length is 7FT, with 10 bulbs and 10 warm LED lights, the unique design will surely make you praised in the party. Let this string of lights shine with you. The bulbs lights are made of thick transparent PVC instead of glass, which are durable and reusable enough that you can use them for a long time. Ready to be used for next year.
10. YEAHOME 2FT/24” Lighted Birch Tree
ring the beauty of nature into your home with this versatile lighted tree. Measuring 2 ft. high. Embellished with 24 water-resistant LED lights that lends a hint of brightness indoors and outdoors. Adds a dramatic touch to any room in your home. Also makes a great vision centerpiece and provides beautiful ambient light. What makes this tree great is it can be used year round.
Are you using these 15 tips to bring the Christmas spirit into your home?
1. Tie your throw pillows with holiday ribbon to resemble a gift for Christmas decor.
2. Hang up a string and clothespin your greeting cards along the line all month long.
3. Pile artificial snow on a silver platter, or mirrored tray with vintage glass ornaments and votives in to create a dramatic effect.
4. Place a bunch of candy canes in a clear vase for a cute and easy decoration.
5. Have any neat branches outside? Pick them and spray paint them silver and gold for elegant and vintage reminiscent decor.
6. Don’t have Christmas stockings? Buy some large sized holiday socks to hang from the mantel!
7. Fill a vase with cranberries and water for an elegant centerpiece.
8. Use wrapping paper as holiday art in simple frames.
9. Take a bunch of old wine bottle and spray paint them in holiday colors and fill them with twigs for a stunning mantel display.
10. Fill clear vases with water you tint with food coloring in holiday colors and float a votive! Great centerpiece!
11. Wrap your front door to look like a Christmas present!
12. For your dining table centerpiece, try a runner with round glass ornaments spread down the length. Quick & Easy!
13. Instead of name tags for guests at the table, create cookies and write their names in icing to place at their setting!
14. Add garland to your staircase with lights and ornaments!
15. Use candelabras and place decorative round ball ornaments on top in a cluster for a great centerpiece
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!!
The Toscano Family
It's November, and how fitting this next blog post is, which just so happens to be a guest article, from Jim Williams, with On-Site Property Management. For the month of October, my design topic was 'Planning For The Holidays'. Keeping along that theme, but incorporating November's topic, 'Christmas', Jim shares with all of you some great holiday decorating ideas...for renter's.
The holiday season is the time of the year when people are able to spend the most time with their family and friends. That’s when neighbors are friendliest, there are lots of gifts, plenty of food to share, and time away from the daily stress of life. And the buildup to the season is just as enjoyable as the holidays themselves; half the fun is the excitement of decorating your home. Many people relish the chance to go back to being children for just a few days of the year.
But when you live in a rented home, your experience may be a little different from the experience of someone living in their property. You are somewhat limited in the options you have for decorating the house, condo, or apartment.
You have to think about how your decorations could damage the landlord's property or affect other people in the building. Landlords are usually wary of tenants hanging ornaments on their property and often include this in the lease agreement.
From the point of view of a tenant, this clause could put a damper on your decorating ideas and make the holiday season a little less enjoyable. But from an owner's perspective, there are good reasons to do this.
Allowing tenants to put nails in the walls of a rental will damage and devalue their property. But just because your landlord has placed limitations on what you can do when decorating the home, he or she has not barred you from decorating altogether.
There are things you can do to get your home into the holiday season without violating the property owner's restrictions. Here are some important considerations and tips for when you are putting up holiday decorations in a rented apartment.
Keep your neighbors in mind
This is particularly important when you live in a multi-family rental or a condo. You have to think about how your decorations will affect other people in the building. But even if the rental is a single-family dwelling, considering neighbors' well-being is still important.
As a general rule, it is best to avoid decorations that obstruct pathways, disturb the peace, or anything that could fall on people. Be careful of motion-detecting ornaments that play music when someone passes, putting decorations on your balcony railing (they could fall and hurt someone), as well as low-hanging decorations that block the way.
Avoid fire and injury hazards
Decorative lights use electricity and that makes them a risk. There is a huge chance that your lights could start a fire or shock somebody. There is also a possibility that lights that are not firmly secured can get dislodged and become a tripping hazard.
The first step to ensuring that your holiday lights are safe is to buy quality lights; the cheap stuff may not have passed quality control. If the lights are going to be hung outside, make sure they are rated for outdoor use. Before you hang the lights and switch them on, make sure to test them first.
Do not damage the walls and doors
Many tenants take issue with their landlord's refusal to let them hang things on the walls using nails. They feel they are left with no way of placing their pictures, ornaments, or decals on the walls of the rental. But this is only because people assume that the only way to hang stuff on walls is by using nails. There are lots of options for placing decorations on the walls, doors, and, windows which do not involve making holes in the property. Here are a few of them.
We hope these tips will give you some holiday decorating ideas to enjoy your holidays in your rental. Have fun!
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Yes, the holidays are drawing near which means casual gatherings and holiday dinners. Whether you entertain a lot or a little, having a well-stocked home can take a lot of the stress out of party planning. So I have done all the work for you. Being proactive rather than reactive (I say this to my kids a lot) is the key to making the most out of the upcoming Entertaining Season.
I also selected accessories that are versatile and can be used all year round. Tans, creams, and touches of metallics, making it easy to incorporate new themes throughout the year; whether adding touches of orange and yellow leaves in the bud vases, or incorporating berry sprigs in the tall vases- it will be easy to swap out the seasons with this shopping list (click on the images below to purchase)
My Must-Haves For Holiday Entertaining:
Did I miss anything? Share your own entertaining essentials in the Comments!
Author, Candance Toscano
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