Christmas Jolly


Settling on the right type of Christmas decor for your home or office space can be a daunting task. There is a wide variety of options, and when done right, any ordinary space can be easily transformed into a winter wonderland.

The first decision one should make when choosing a Christmas decor, particularly for the office or place of business, is: what are the religious beliefs of my customers and co-workers? There is a way of sprucing up the office or work space with Christmas decor, without offending people of other faiths. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, Jack Frost, and other secular characters can be a central part of your Christmas decor, since each is more indicative of the holiday season as opposed to being directly associated with a religious holiday. Colorful lights, poinsettia plants, and “boughs of holly” also add great, secular, touches to your office’s Christmas decor.

At home, your options for a wonderful and festive Christmas decor are a bit more flexible. Starting with the outside of your home, try putting up a tasteful and classic light display; try using white lights and green fir trim for Nineteenth Century charm in the Twenty-First Century. Inside the home, no Christmas decor is complete without holiday dish sets for formal and casual dining occasions. What better way to spruce up your Christmas decor than serving your neighbor a hot cup of coffee out of a holiday themed mug? Another great way of integrating Christmas decor in your home is by changing your family’s bedding to holiday motifs. Most major retail stores now offer “bed in a bag” sets which feature colorful and decorative designs that enliven the Christmas decor in all the bedrooms in your home.

Choosing and integrating Christmas decor in your home or office for the holidays is a fun and festive activity that, when the season changes, will leave you longing for next year’s magical time.

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