Quick and Budget-Friendly Ways to Festify your Existing Decor

For many Christmas is a magical time of the year. There are many things we all to love about the holiday season. For starters, we get to take a few days off from work, spend time with the family and possibly entertain guests. On the other hand, it can also be a stressful time, considering the extra care we need to take to add special touches to each little nook and cranny to bring the season to life. And the money it takes to get the house looking its best.

Fortunately, it is possible to take what is otherwise your ordinary home and transform it into something brighter and more inviting using inexpensive products available at craft stores to fit your home’s style and colour palette.

These décor ideas are so easy, they don’t even require DIY instructions! 

If you have things at home like jelly jars, pails, glass vases, and lanterns, you are all set to get decorating! All you might need to pick would be some new ribbon, some fresh or artificial winter greens, pinecones, and a candle or two. And even if you are starting from scratch, these are fun things that are budget-friendly that you can consider adding to your Christmas décor.

Fill Lanterns with Ornaments

Add a special festive touch to your lanterns by filling them up with some colourful Christmas balls. Use a fun Christmas-themed ribbon that fit your home’s style and top off with some adorned green picks and cones to top it off. When choosing ribbon, it is best to pick the wired ribbon to get the bow to hold in place

Make your Dining Chairs Holiday Statement Pieces

Want to make a statement around the dinner table and make your guests feel special? 

Add festive covers to your chairs or tie bows around your chairs topped with seasonal items like fresh greens or ornaments to give them an elegant touch and add that holiday vibe into your dining room.

Setup An Elegant Dining Table 

You can use layering on the table with various heights and proportions to give it that look. The most effective way of bringing out that feeling of warmth is to use candles, along with individual mini flower vases. But make sure that the decorative objects don’t obstruct the view; after all, a big part of celebrating the holidays is a comfortable conversation with family members across the table. 

Give Your Entrance that Holiday Vibe

Our tip here is to stay true to your style, and that may often require searching for what works in the home. Chalk Pen galvanized buckets and will with lit greenery to give your guests a joyful holiday feel the minute you step into your front door. Add ribbon and ornaments for a fuller and more festive look.

Burn Christmas Scented Candles 

We all know that we can evoke a certain feeling with a scent.  To me, nothing says Christmas more than cinnamon, cookie, pine and even eggnog scents. Every year our favourite candle brands will release festive scents to fill your home. Pick up a couple of couple of these, place them in jars, wine glasses topped with a bow and some greenery and enjoy the Christmas spirit with your own personalized scent. Add these to your mantel, your sideboard, or shelf to add that magical Christmas lighting to your home.

Make sure to come back and review our next blog about our Holiday Décor Services!

Burn Christmas Scented Candles 

Do you need help with holiday design and decor? If you need a hand with Styling, please reach out via https://thestagingplace.ca/contact-us/ or at 780-862-0001
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Liliam Vasquez

Liliam is the owner and creative mastermind behind The Staging Place. She earned her certification as a Stager and Colour Expert through Home Staging Resources (HSR) after more than five years in real estate investment. Being from a family of fine artists, Liliam inherited an eye for creating stylish, wowing spaces. This, combined with her attention to detail, contagious energy and commitment to clients, makes home staging a natural progression for Liliam.

Whether preparing a property for a quick sale or transforming a client’s home into their perfect haven, Liliam uses her passion for design, colour, art and home décor to bring out the best in any type of space. Her goal at The Staging Place is to combine her expertise, education and passion for good design to create impactful spaces that buyers are attracted to and homeowners never want to leave.

Liliam holds formal real estate education, a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and a certificate in Adult and Continuing Education. Liliam has been a recognized leader in education since 1995. She has taught and managed various educational programs ranging from higher education to corporate training. Before coming to Canada Liliam was co-owner of the largest E.S.L. Training Academy for children in Eastern Venezuela. During her free time, Liliam enjoys traveling with her family, spending time with her dog Romeo and exploring ways to create financial independence.
  • Member of the Real Estate Staging Association (RESA)
  • Member of the American Society of Home Stagers and Redesigners
  • Member of the Collaborate Real Estate Edmonton Team

Rolando Davila

Rolando moved to Canada from Venezuela in 2004. He studied Civil Engineering at the University of Andes in his home town Merida and proceeded to work in large-scale capital projects in the Oil and Gas industry. Passionate about Project Management, Rolando completed a Project Management Certificate at McGill University in Montreal and completed his PMP designation in 2010. After 25 years in construction management, Rolando and his wife Liliam defined a different vision for their family and started Davas Real Estate  in 2014. Through it, they help home buyers and other investors find sound quality investments that gets them closer to achieving their financial ‘why’.

Before devoting his work full-time to Davas Real Estate Inc., Rolando fulfilled different managerial roles from Technical Services Manager, Project Manager, to Manager of Construction Services at different Engineering, Construction, and Oil & Gas companies including: Hatch Engineering, Suncor Energy, Aecon-Lockerbie, WorleyParsonsCord, and Williams Energy.

In his free time, Rolando loves to travel and enjoy fine dining around the world with his wife and daughter, Claudia. He and his wife also run a coaching and mentoring company that helps people set goals and create a game plan in pursuit of financial independence.

Claudia Davila

Claudia provides part-time support as photographer and Social Media Manager and is the newest addition to our team. Claudia recently graduated from the University of Alberta and received a BSc. in Civil Engineering. She also has a strong skill set in Social Media, videography and photography. Her unique and versatile skill set will help us grow our social media presence and help us capture the beauty of the homes we stage or style. Her passion for capturing places and making them as beautiful as they are to someone who cannot see them live will for sure be a great asset to our company and our clients.

In her free time, Claudia loves to travel and enjoy fine dining.

Amelia Bracamonte

Amelia provides part-time support as assistant stager and gift basket designer. She has a background in fine arts and attended school at Western Kentucky University. Her love for flower arranging, Her eye for design and attention to detail give our staging vignettes and gift baskets the perfect touch!

During her free time, Amelia likes to paint, read and spend time with her friends and three granddaughters.