Holiday Décor Trends 2016
‘Tis the season for sparkly table cloths, bough covered mantles, and soft plaid throws. Because what better way to greet people coming to your home during the season of house guests than with a nice holiday wonderland? The only problem with all of the visiting is that every time we go to a friend’s house, we find more ideas for decorating our own home for the holidays! And in 2016, you can basically do endless holiday home tours courtesy of Instagram. Seriously. We can’t stop.
We’ve done our best to whittle down our list to our three favourite Instagram holiday home décor trends for 2016. Yes, we’re as surprised as you are that we were able to choose only three.
Bows and Boughs
Greenery is an absolute must for the season and we love to see beautiful fabric bows paired with wreaths or boughs. The bows polish the look a little, while still keeping it casual and organic. We could basically post all of Monika Hibbs’s Instagrams and gush about them until the new year, but this one really shows off the trend.
There was a time when it was trendy to decorate your house for the holidays with anything but red or green. Thankfully, we’ve come back around to cozy living rooms with firewood, plaid, and brown paper packages tied up with string and man, it feels good. Lauren Swells nails this look.
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Tablescapes + Pink
Okay, we pushed it a little and snuck two of this year’s holiday décor trends into this one. An emphasis on beautiful tablescapes has only become greater this year. From rich coloured tablecloths to layered place settings, the fancy holiday table game is strong on Instagram. Becky Daly from Daly Digs created a gorgeous tablescape with a pink theme, which is another huge trend this year!
Which holiday décor trends did you incorporate into your home this year? We’d love to hear about them. Feel free to comment below!
If the holidays have been a little tough on your fabrics, schedule a pick up and we’ll make sure that your tablecloths, throws, and duvets get back to their pre-holiday selves.