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!
A mirror is a piece that represents a win-win idea for many rooms: it is a functional piece that visually expands the room and gives it chic and glamor. Today I want to look at a very special decor: an oversized floor mirror.
Floor mirror in the bedrooms
A floor mirror is often placed in a bedroom because that is where you can get dressed, and this mirror is functional. Choose the frame of the mirror according to your interior: a shabby chic and whitewashed mirror will fit in a tropical, shabby or eclectic space. Frames made of natural wood or metal look timeless and go well with many interiors. Accentuate your mirror with a light garland to make it stand out even more.
Floor mirrors in entrances
An entrance is the first room your visitor sees inside. It should impress and welcome. Make a bold statement with a floor mirror in your entryway and it will also make the space look bigger, which is essential in an entryway that is usually small. You can try a carved wood frame or an exquisite vintage frame to make a bold statement. Add a glass console that won't prevent you from seeing all the details for an airy feel.