It is that special time of the year to spruce up your home. Christmas time is a time for
jovial gatherings from family and friends and having a well decorated home is the best
place for guests.
Decorate your plants
If you don’t want to buy a huge Christmas tree you can still decorate your house
plants with small ornaments like tinsel, ribbon and candy canes. This can also be a fun
way to add some festive cheer around the office.
Make holiday crafts
Introduce some artsy home made decorations in your home. Get creative with glitter,
ribbon, card and found objects like pine cones. Creating these pieces can be a fun
family activity and the decorations can be a memento for years to come. Artificial
snow can dress up windows, and bring a little white Christmas magic. Try creating
stencils with craft paper.
Add candles to your space
Spice up your home with candles in festive scents such as gingerbread, cinnamon, or-
ange and cloves. They create a cosy and welcoming atmosphere and everyone looks
prettier by candle light.
Decorating the home
Nothing says Christmas like a fully decorated tree. Our real trees bring the scent of the
forest and a little bit of magic into your home with hassle free home delivery, but we
also have a gorgeous range of artificial options. We have a stunning collection of orna-
ments and decorations including lots of plastic free options in natural materials. Carry
the theme through the house with garlands, table dressings and ornaments arranged
in bowls and clusters. Our beautiful Christmas tableware and linens can add a festive
flourish to Christmas feasts for an immersive experience.
Glam it up
Christmas lights brighten up any space and make everything they shine on merrier. A
well lit tree is a must, but they can also add a little magic to bannisters, windows and
mantels. To make your home really welcoming, take the festive spirit outdoors. Lights
can be laced through hedges and trees to make your garden a wonderland.
At RW, we have everything you need to make your Christmas Really Wonderful
October 31, 2023 — Chisom Onwukwe

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