The decor of the New Year’s parties is very different from the decor of the Christmas party. This is mainly about metallic tones and glitter. I want to share some cool ideas for you so that you can make your New Years party shine!
Balloons are the most popular decorations for the New Year because they easily add a festive feel and are budget friendly. A bunch of balloons on the floor or on the walls can turn your home into a vacation space in a minute. Attach a bottle balloon to the wall and add a little more. To make the balloons more eye-catching, you can attach tassels or paint balloons with glitter and metallic colors.
Banners and garlands
Banners and garlands are another great idea to rock out and make your space really festive. Make them out of paper and cardboard in metallic colors and with glitter and enjoy the look! Hang them over the tables, dessert stations, beverage tables and so on. They are cute and will make your space awesome.
Mix up banners, garlands and balloons, add sparkling disco balls to the tables and top with rock glitter tablecloths and table runners. Metallic vases and wreaths and of course sparkling ornaments are just the thing to make your home look like you are on vacation. Get inspired!
Kitchens are often small, although they have to accommodate a lot of things. To get the most out of every inch of space, we do super creative advertising with different types of storage. We have already talked about floating shelves, various cabinets, pulling and rotating, and today I want to share some ideas to organize storage even in the corners that are usually considered dead spaces. Believe me, even a small corner cabinet can keep your kitchen from mess!
Drawers and cupboards
Drawers and cupboards are a good idea to store baking tins, plates, cups or to hide your home bar there. If your cabinet does not have any drawers, you can order them at any time and use them yourself. Another great idea is rotating hard drives, which you can get at IKEA, for example, to make it easy to store and find things there. You can also roll and pull out shelves from the inside, the idea is up to you.
Even the smallest corner can be taken up by a narrow closet or some floating shelves. Don't waste this space, don't order a closet, or make shelves yourself! On the contrary, you can wrap your corner with floating shelves. They don't look bulky, but still offer space for many things. Check out the ideas below to find the best solutions for your kitchen!