A perfectly pale interior with Nordic influences Scandinavian , Amsterdam
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An open shelf displays Aggy’s collections of ceramics and turban cake molds. Beneath it is more holiday greenery and handmade accents.Luminarias: Candlebag; deer tray: Ikea; mugs: Tine K Home
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Container trees. You probably don’t have to go too far to find a miniature living Christmas tree ready to be taken home. Decorated simply, this little charmer can brighten any corner of the house for the holidays.
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7. Do celebrate the holidays and create a warm, joyful feeling. There’s an advantage of offering your home for sale — and decorating it — during the holidays. If you strike the right balance, your residence will exude a positive energy and charm that can’t be felt at any other time of the year. Done well, your decorated home will offer the kind of warmth that appeals to potential buyers and helps them to imagine living there. So go ahead and celebrate what is likely your last holiday season in that home. Happy holidays!MoreThe First Rule of Home Staging: Less Is Always MoreHelp for Selling Your Home Faster — and Maybe for More
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2. Choose a bright, sunny spot indoors. Place the tree by a window where it will receive as much light as possible. Avoid placing the tree close to heat vents and, if possible, keep the room temperature cool.
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3. Make It Petite and Sweet A small tree can be a festive alternative to the classic large ones — plus you can typically find these trees potted with their roots in place, as opposed to cut. Depending on the type of tree you choose and the climate in your area, you may be able to plant the tree in your yard or even tend to it on your balcony. Perhaps your little tree can grow with you over the years.
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Un petit arbre peut être une alternative aux grands sapins classiques. De plus, vous pouvez généralement trouver ces arbres empotés avec leurs racines en place. En fonction du type d'arbre que vous choisissez et du climat de votre région, vous pourrez peut-être le planter dans votre jardin ou même le garder sur votre balcon. Votre petit arbre pourra pousser avec vous au fil des ans.