Modern Elegant Christmas decor is one of the easiest ways to add a holiday feel to any room is by adding anything metallic for a bit of sparkle. Whether you chose to do something in the traditional holiday spirit like a reindeer or nutcracker or be bold and playful with a disco Santa gnome, placing these items on a coffee or side table adds instant holiday glam. The great thing is that gold and silver are neutrals that are modern and elegant that will work in any space.
Garland is another way to add an instant holiday look to space. Typically garland has been seen gracing fireplace mantles but so many homes are opting out of the traditional mantle for a more clean facade. Modern Elegant Christmas decor in this case, you add the greenery to a console table. You can leave it simple or add that extra layer with ornaments and ribbon.
Open shelving allows for the perfect opportunity to inject holiday decor in the space. Select a few pieces to add to your open shelves. Keep things balanced by selecting items that work with your existing display. In this case, staying neutral is important. White glass snowmen and trees are the perfect touch to add to the builtin. Not every shelf needs to be changed though; replacing a few objects is enough.
Red poinsettias have long been known as a symbol of Christmas and the traditional Christmas flower. Thankfully, it is not our only option; the modern elegant Christmas decor would include the pink poinsettia as it is beautiful and the perfect choice for this space.
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