Holiday Décor Trends Beneath The Roof
The holidays are a time to welcome family and friends into your home to enjoy traditions and make memories. Make this year special by introducing a new look. You can add some glitz and glam or give a nod to mod for an on-trend holiday home. 2014 is expected to be a season of uniqueness, building upon ‘creating new memories’.
Turn your home into the place to be this holiday season with a DaVinci Slate or Shake roof overhead and one of these four trends to inspire your decor. All interior inspiration and images are from Wayfair.
The Great Gatsby Holiday Glam
Bellaforté Slate Black-VariBlend
Fascination with the roaring 20s will make this year’s holidays chic and glitzy. “Think Great Gatsby!” says Kaemingk, a seasonal décor company which will be infusing a line of 1920s-inspired holiday décor with its new Glamour Time collection. Golds, black and whites, pearls and lots of jazzy-inspired looks will create a vintage look with a glamorous feel.
Style Mash Ups
Multi-Width Slate Custom Blend
In building unique holiday décor, many companies are introducing style hybrids of two or more hot trends from years past. At Demcado, an artistry décor company, the Around the Block collection speaks hipster meets lodge. ‘Upcycled’ pieces are turning old tired décor into new whimsical holiday signs and unique decorating statement pieces with plaids, pops of color or fresh sayings that would make anyone smile.
DaVinci Multi-Width Slate Weathered Green
A softer, more serene holiday is achieved when you introduce pastels or even white to your décor. Keeping things light and intentionally chosen, this style works best when done in minimal touches throughout your spaces. Infuse one pattern for interest – floral, subtle stripes or the like for a really beautiful, more feminine holiday look.
Personalize Your Holidays
Single-Width Shake Autumn-VariBlend
On-trend always, personalized holiday items are timeless, classic and become instant family traditions. This year pulling out your family items and infusing them with some new pieces like a family tree skirt or hand embroidered stockings, create memories and décor together.
Selecting a trend for your home is easy when you examine personal style and favorite colors. From hipsters to homebodies built on tradition, there is always a beautiful, colorful way to make new memories under your roof this holiday season.