Alternative ‘Scent’sational Ways to Decorate Your Home this Christmas•
Posted on December 03 2013
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It’s almost time to root out that box of Christmas Decorations and spruce up your home so that it is ready for Christmas. But if you’re getting tired of the same wreath and the same lack lustre decorations on the tree, be inspired by our 3 amazing alternative decorations, that are sure to not only brighten up your Christmas but make it absolutely ‘scent’sational.
A lot goes into creating a warm, inviting room decorated for Christmas. It takes colours, textures, finishes, and especially the right scents.
In our home decorating the tree is most definitely a family occasion. The festivities normally begin by picking out the Christmas tree, which is no easy task, especially when I am left to my own devices and miscalculate the bushiness of the tree!
There are so many beautiful decorations available and we always try to find something slightly different each year that will add that something special to our Christmas.
I like to create a Christmas atmosphere that is elegant, yet comfortable. I also like it to be a comfy place for friends and family to relax in.
We have picked 3 of our absolute favourite decorations that will make your Christmas spectacular!
Christmas Cinnamon & Orange Garland
This Christmas cinnamon and orange garland looks warm to the touch as it brings in the very best of nature. The sweet citrusy scents of the oranges blend perfectly with the warm spice of the cinnamon making everyone aware that Christmas is well underway.
Fruit Star Cage
This Star mesh case is filled with dried fruits and scented with ‘Christmas in a Bottle’ oil, making it the perfect decoration for your Christmas tree.
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Cinnamon sticks are the original organic decoration that encompasses the spirit of the season as their spicy aroma fills a room with reminders of freshly baked pies and warming mulled wine. I like to tie my cinnamon sticks with some pretty, festive ribbon and place them on my tree.
As you can see there are lots of ways that you can add that extra special touch to your home this Christmas.
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