2021 holiday home decor trends
1. Connect the Indoors to the Outdoors
The holidays are a great time to hunker down, snuggle up in a blanket and enjoy a warm fire. But maintaining a connection to the outdoors is an essential part of the holiday experience.
Whether you’re decorating an outdoor space or bringing the outdoors in, there are many ways to bring natural elements into your holiday décor.
Incorporating natural garlands, branches and small pine trees into your holiday décor not only create a cozy look, but will fill your home with the smells of nature.
2. Rustic Décor
3. Big Trees! (And Small Trees)
Big trees stand out, make a statement and are an obvious way to command attention.
But how do you blend it with the rest of the room? We love using their smaller counterparts in the same room to help tie a space together.
4. No Room Is Off Limits
5. Incorporate Florals
It may sound strange, considering that outdoor vegetation is typically covered with snow in many parts of the country, but it’s all the more reason to open up your heart and mind to incorporating floral elements into your holiday design this year.
Don’t be afraid to use non-traditional colors either. Make a soft and subtle statement with elegant whites and playful pinks, or go bold with bright blues and purples.
6. Plaid Patterns
There’s something nostalgic about plaid that warms our heart.
Plaid patterns show up in fun places you wouldn’t expect. Buffalo plaid in black and white, as well as black and red, find their way into all sorts of décor – think wreath and garland ribbons, accent pillows, stockings and more.
Here are some great incorporations for you to try out this winter.
7. Under the Tree
Don’t forget about the space under your tree!
We expect to see the traditional train sets and tree skirts of the past, but also predict that we’ll be seeing tree collars in natural materials and metals.
Show Us Your Décor!
We’d love to see your holiday décor and Andersen windows this year!
Be sure to tag us or use the #AndersenWindows so we can check it out.