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    In wood, traditional or bestiary, what will your Christmas decoration look like this year? Trend review to help you choose your atmosphere, from the tree to the festive table.

    6 Christmas decoration trends 2018

    The end-of-year celebrations only last a few weeks, all the more reason to take advantage of it to imagine a marked, special and daring decoration. But it's not always easy to know which trend to follow. We therefore guide you through the intricacies of Christmas decorations to help you make your choice.

    Mountain atmosphere

    Who has never dreamed of celebrating Christmas in a mountain chalet, at the foot of the ski slopes? We yes! Comfortably installed in front of the fireplace, we have only one desire: to take the time to live. In a skilfully illuminated atmosphere, (faux) fur rugs, cozy plaids, artificial snow and wooden Christmas decorations warm up the atmosphere. Like a return to basics, this decorative trend makes our hearts crackle and sets our interiors ablaze.

    Blue, green and purple: the colors that mix and match

    Every month of December, it's the same thing, party tables and interiors see all the colors. In 2018 and to better stick to the decoration trends that will punctuate the coming year, we no longer hesitate to bet on the winning color trifecta, I named: blue, green and purple. Very easy to combine, these three shades energize the whole house, without moderation.

    The lagom style

    Popularized thanks to numerous works, including that of the blogger Niki Brantmark, this Swedish way of life and thought promotes the happiness of simple moments, the comfort of a cozy interior , moments of pleasure and a pleasant hedonism. Perfectly suited to Christmas, the lagom style brings an abundance of candles, soft colors and soft materials to the end-of-year decor. From the table to the Christmas tree, a wind of lightness blows through the house... A refined austerity that we would be wrong to do without.

    Touches of gold

    Forget about bling-bling and glitter, Christmas decorations are playing low profile this year. Relegated to the attic, the golden crockery, feathers and other flashy garlands are replaced by wiser decorations. Invited sparingly, the walleye no longer makes a fuss and that's good!

    The bestiary

    It's THE real hobby of brands and designers and a trend that doesn't seem to be running out of steam: animals. The decoration has turned into a giant bestiary. And at Christmas, like the rest of the year, all the animals are in the spotlight, not just Santa's reindeer. Regressive plush, cabinet of curiosities or animals from the jungle, the beasts have pride of place at Christmas!

    The unbreakable traditional decor...

    Red and green duo, wooden subjects and faux spray snow, the more traditional you die! Sometimes, it is not useful to bet on original atmospheres, the traditional has its good side. A revival of our childhood, the classic decoration - Christmas stocking on the fireplace, caterpillar and electric garland and a log as a tree stand - has proven itself and is good. Many brands are betting again and again on these timeless products, both for the tree and for interior or table decoration.

    The 6 decoration trends for Christmas 2018

    Contents The mountain atmosphere Mixture of blue, green and purple The lagom style A touch of gold The bestiary decoration The traditional decoration The end-of-year celebrations only last a few weeks,...

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