Nothing says that the Holidays are just round the corner like a lovely garland. You can take this a step further by combining the gorgeous garland design that you have in mind with string lights. The fusion is almost seamless and you can integrate pretty much any garland with slim white string lights or those with multi-colored brilliance.
For those who love a more ‘Victorian’ decorating style the crystal chandelier in black is the way forward. With chandeliers making their way into bathrooms and kitchens as well the beautiful black chandelier finds place in every room.
Another cool alternative (that you would have already come across at the beginning of today’s story) is the string light Christmas tree that is eco-friendly and saves plenty of space. When it comes to wrapping décor with string lights the Holiday season brings an endless array of possibilities. Get creative and have fun!
If you are looking for pendants to complement warm orange wooden tones in the kitchen think of those made out of porcelain ceramic or other organic materials. They feel more nature-centric have a matte finish and should give the entire room a radiant yet calming visual appeal. Brighter the orange pendants the more neutral your kitchen needs to be!
This is probably the easiest way to work the black chandelier into the overall color scheme of the room. The black chandelier in an already black and white seems completely at home even while giving the space a refined modern appeal.
Finding all this crafting a touch too hard? Maybe you are looking for a simple DIY idea that has plenty of pizazz but requires very little work. Wine bottles with string lights or even mason jars showcasing colorful string lights offer precisely that.