With the Christmas season in full swing, the time has come where one can’t walk down the streets of New York City without being fully accosted by the smell of pine needles from Christmas tree vendors on what seems to be every corner. The yuletide is here and holiday trimmings are in order. One of my favorite areas of Christmas decor is undoubtedly the fireplace. Through their heated design, holiday decor is hotter than ever to welcome Santa through some serious styling.
The fireplace, not only a portal for the jolly old man toting presents in a Narnia-esque sack of goodies that never ends, but is a place for family gathering to share the holiday spirit, drink a delish boozey spirit, and bask in the warmth on a cold winter’s night. Adorning this festive centerpiece has become an important staple in designing one’s home for the holiday. Garland, lights, stockings, pine cones are traditional pieces that bring the season into light. Themed decor, though, is making some serious splash for this season. Whether, one is rocking around the Christmas tree fully clad an a monochromatic color scheme or adding pizzazz with an arctic circle-esque inspiration that would draw all the penguins from North Pole, the fireplace and its decor have proven to be classic staples for decadent holiday design.
This interior design blog about interior designs for the holidays was published by Nazmiyal antique oriental rugs located in the heart of Manhattan, New York City NY.