5 Easy Ways to Make your Home Feel like Christmas

With December finally arriving and Christmas just around the corner, it is time to get into the holiday spirit! Between the lights outdoors and decorating the tree, we all want our home to be filled with festivity. If you're not sure how to decorate your home for this holiday season, see below for some tips on how to make your home feel like Christmas:

  1. Christmas Treats as Home Décor- Candy Canes

A festive and affordable way to make your home feel like the holidays is using candy canes! They are great for adding a little festive touch to your home and you can buy candy canes at almost any grocery store. Use these holiday treats to decorate the house by putting them in mason jars, or simply add them to your tree as ornaments. They can also serve as a nice treat for your house guests! There are unlimited other creative ways you can use Christmas treats in your home as holiday décor.


  1. Fairy Lights

Ready to warm up by the fire during cold December nights? Another easy way to get your home feeling cozy for Christmas is fairy lights. Fairy lights are simple to use and you can decorate them almost anywhere around your home. Use these lights around a reef, your fireplace or even twirl them around your staircase to add a festive feeling.


  1. Throw Pillows

Add a festive touch to your sofa with some Christmas cushions! Victoria Eggs' adorable throw cushions feature four different designs that will make your home feel warm and festive. Whether it’s a sleigh, Rudolph, mistletoe or Robin, you can easily add throw pillows to any sofa or bed to make your home feel festive and ready for the holidays!


  1. Potpourri- Make your Home Smell like the Holidays!

Hosting an event this holiday and want your house to be feeling like Christmas? An easy way to spice up your home is to create a festive scent all around the house. Potpourri is a great way to get your home to smell nice during the holiday season.

What you’ll need:

  1. 3 Cinnamon Sticks
  2. 1 Orange Slice
  3. Nutmeg
  4. Cranberries
  5. Sprig of rosemary


  1. Fill a saucepan with around 16-20 ounces of water
  2. Toss in all the ingredients and keep the stove on low
  3. Enjoy the sweet smell of Christmas!


  1. Left-over Ornaments

Have any leftover ornaments that didn’t make it on to the tree this year? Use them for extra décor around the house! Any bowl or jar can easily be filled with ornaments and other festive items such as pinecones and holly to give your tables an extra-festive feel.

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