PART 2 | What’s in & What’s out: Holiday Decors

Real Estate Agent with Samson Properties VA0225077251

Get ready for a festive home upgrade! Last time, I did a blog about this, and guess what - we've got more! Explore the latest holiday decor trends with a focus on simplicity and sophistication. Discover what's in and what's out to make your space cozy and stylish.


1. Eucalyptus and Pine Wreaths vs. Traditional Holly Wreaths

In: Embrace a modern twist with Eucalyptus and Pine Wreaths, seamlessly blending tradition with freshness.

Out: Bid farewell to the conventional Holly Wreaths, and welcome a more diverse and contemporary greenery.


2. Bookshelf String Lights vs. Overhead Christmas Light Nets

In: Illuminate your favorite reads with Bookshelf String Lights, creating a cozy reading nook with focused lighting.

Out: Say goodbye to the overhead Christmas Light Nets; opt for a more intimate and personalized lighting approach.


3. Velvet Ribbon and Ornament Garland vs. Oversized Plastic Wall Decals

In: Elevate your Christmas decor with Velvet Ribbon and Ornament Garland, adding a touch of luxury to your festive space.

Out: Say goodbye to Oversized Plastic Wall Decals; it's time to move towards more sophisticated wall decor choices.


4. Vintage Brass Candle Holders vs. Mass-Produced Plastic Candlesticks

In: Add old-world charm to your dining table with Vintage Brass Candle Holders.

Out: Say no to mass-produced plastic candlesticks; choose timeless elegance.


5. DIY Wooden Advent Calendar vs. Disposable Advent Calendars

In: Combine craftiness with holiday anticipation through a DIY Wooden Advent Calendar.

Out: Opt for a more sustainable and personalized approach over disposable Advent Calendars.


With these simple yet stylish changes, transform your holiday decor into a haven of elegance and warmth. Happy decorating!

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Samson Properties
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Residential real estate agent serving Northern Virginia in Fairfax & Loudoun county over a decade and almost $100+M in sales volume experience. 


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