Color For Christmas Fireplace Decor
A festive display of tree, gifts, and happy reindeer does not need to be overwhelming-just follow a basic color scheme and stick to a light scheme. This beautiful fireplace decor incorporates warm frosty tones of gold, silver, and white for a clean, bold look with just a small number of colors. Decorate with these tips for a Christmas fireplace decor that is festive, yet clean and easy on the eyes.
Use white and silver for the main colors and add more subtle golds and reds for accents. A nice contrast will show off the color in each of the fireplace’s fireplaces. Decorate with the major colors first and then the accents. You will have a clean, elegant fireplace that looks amazing when the other colors are added.
Ornament Christmas Tree
The Christmas tree is the first place you will start to decorate. Start by arranging all the tree branches and trim around the fireplace. Then select an ornament from each branch and arrange it so it fits in the fireplace. Make sure it matches the fireplace or you will be looking a bit funny. For the tree’s crown, use your ornament as the center piece, making sure the ornament is also in the same color family as the other tree branches.
When decorating the mantel, it is also a great idea to keep in mind how much space there is in the fireplace. Make the mantel feel like a fireplace-with a fireplace mantel lamp, a fireplace fan, a fireplace vase, and fireplace centerpieces and you have a fireplace that radiates warmth. To keep the mantel from being too overwhelming, make sure there is enough of a window, or an open wall, to let you see it.
Decoration Ideas For Your Fireplace
To give your fireplace the appearance of more space, hang small figurines from the mantel. These can be anything from snowmen as well as Santa to gingerbread men and Christmas trees. Or put in an antique or rustic log. This gives your fireplace with an old world look and will add a touch of class and warmth. Add ribbons and bows to the curtains or other decor to tie everything together.
The fireplace is one of the focal points of your home. It is where you first light your fire and light your home after the holiday season has ended. When you make it into your own personal fireplace, you’ll be able to relax and enjoy its warmth even more during those cold winter nights.