A fireplace can bring warmth and cosiness like no other decor. This is especially important in autumn and winter. If you don’t have a fireplace, not even an electric one, and you can’t manage it, you can always opt for an artificial fireplace and decorate it so that it brings no less heat than an ordinary fireplace. Let’s take a look at how to decorate your artificial fireplace to get the maximum effect and create more coziness.
Setting candles is one of the most popular ways to spice up a broken fireplace or fake fireplace. Candles perfectly imitate real fire, be careful when using them without a candle holder, do not set everything on fire! Glass candle holders and even lanterns are a great idea to decorate and completely safe. Mirror surfaces behind the candles emphasize the light.
Logs are another cozy idea for decorating an artificial fireplace. These can be real logs, logs with candles in place (don’t forget that candle holders won’t burn anything), or even fake wood panels that just cover the entire fireplace. You can also make a cool decorative chevron board to cover the fireplace. It’s always up to date.
Fireplaces are great for storing and displaying items. Potted greens, flowers, and succulents can be placed inside to liven up the space a little. You look unusual. You can even put shelves in a fireplace and place whatever you want there. It looks eye-catching and stylish.
Flocked Christmas trees are very popular because they remind us of snow, and it's especially cool when you don't have one outside. But a white Christmas tree is even cooler: it mimics a frosty Christmas tree and is easier to style. Would you like to know how to decorate such a tree? Here are the most nervous ideas.
A pre-lit white Christmas tree is quite bold itself and you can leave it as it is with no decor, it will stand out. If you want a soft, neutral look or a shabby chic charm, you can opt for shiny silver, mother-of-pearl, and white ornaments and strands of pearls for garlands. For a soft, girlish look, we recommend blush, champagne and creamy ornaments. All white ornaments on a white tree look great too, and you get a frosty wintry look.
Your white Christmas tree will stand out a lot if you choose bold ornaments. Gold and copper ornaments look stunning and sophisticated on a white tree. Colorful decorations in pink, fuchsia, orange and blue create a bold, modern look. If you are decorating a children's tree, why not use ornaments of all sorts of colors? Enjoy the following ideas and decorate your own pure white tree!