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Easy Ways to Decorate Your Apartment for the Holidays

Easy Ways to Decorate Your Apartment for the Holidays

If you want to decorate your apartment for the holidays, but don’t know where to start, have a limited budget or don’t have room for a full size tree, there are plenty of other options to make your home festive. Below are some of our favorite ideas to easily decorate your apartment home on a budget!
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Wreaths – One of the easiest ways to decorate your apartment for the holidays (or any time of the year) is with a beautiful wreath. Hang it on your front door or any free wall space. Easily buy one at a variety of stores, but specifically we love this Olive Leaf & Myrtle Wreath from Pottery Barn or this Gold Kraft + Glitter Leaves Wreath from West Elm (gorgeous any time of the year. Or make your own with these Holiday Wreath Ideas.

Holiday Garland – Want to brighten up your apartment with some greenery during the holidays? A garland is an affordable and easy way to go. Wrap around the mantle on your fireplace or as a centerpiece on your dining table. Use this Olive Leaf & Myrtle Garland from Pottery Barn to match the wreath, or pick up garland at any craft, home decor or hardware store.

Centerpieces – Easily create centerpieces for your dining or coffee table by bringing together different holiday items like pine cones, garlands and candles to spice up your home decor for the holidays.

Faux Fur Throws – Bring warmth in the form of the holiday spirit with a faux fur throw in a red, dark green or winter white color palette. This decor trick does double duty by not only decorating your apartment, but also keeping your warm on chilly nights! Some of our favorites are the Luxury Faux Fur Blanket from Houzz in Polar Bear White, the Leonne Faux Fur Blanket from Bed, Bath & Beyond in Red and the Yasuko International Velvety Plush from Wayfair in Dark Green.

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