Checkers Specials Christmas Sale 18 November 2019 is available here! Your ultimate wish list at supermarket prices are waiting for you! In this article, you will see products from Checkers Specials Christmas Sale 18 November 2019 and House Christmas Ornaments. We all get excited about buying trees or ornaments. There are 3 basic points to pay attention to when decorating the tree; Dimensions, Colors, Textures. If you consider these three for both trees and ornaments and make your shopping accordingly, the result will be much more satisfying. Now, what do I mean by these three rules? Let me explain with examples.
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Size of Trees and Ornaments
Let's start with dimension. First of all, when choosing the tree you will buy, review the size of the room and the general occupancy of the room. For example, if you live in a 2-3 bedroom apartment, you probably have a living room of 15-25 square meters. And in these halls there is no room for giant trees 5 meters high, or small trees of 35cm may disappear in the general decoration. So what you need is to take a tree between 1 meter and 2.5 meters high and place it in a spot where it will be tidy in the hall. For example, there may be a corner next to the dining table or an empty space in the viewing area of the seats.
The second issue you should consider under the dimension heading is the dimensions of the ornaments you will receive. Take balls, for example. The bottom of each pine tree starts wide and as it goes up, both the branches shrink and the area narrows. Therefore, buying at least two different sizes of balls will be a very useful detail during decoration. You can think of them as big balls of average apple size and balls of walnut size. These apply to materials other than balls, of course. Stars, Santas, ribbons. If you are not going to decorate the entire tree with a single product and go to a minimal look (like using only red and large fabric ribbons), different sizes are good for a more balanced look.
Our second criterion is colors. The issue of color needs to be handled in a number of different ways, just like the size. Different points such as the colors of the area where you will build the tree, the colors of the decorations and even the color of the tree you will buy should affect your whole decision-making process. How Does?
The first question you should ask is that the colors of my room (seats, curtains, furniture, floor) match the general colors (red, pine green, white, gold, silver) that are accepted as Christmas colors? Because this question is very critical for us to answer what colors the decorations should be. For example, in a blue-colored hall, you can increase the north pole feel by 10 points by decorating all the white, or you can warm the environment with a red-like color in a fully wooded lounge. If you're in a white house with everything, including the floor, you can focus on silver, you can even choose a white tree and get a glittering Christmas look. The rule that applies in each example is: What do I have and how do I make it better? Simple and less, always stops more elegant.
Our final criterion is tissue. When choosing textures you need to think about your area, tree, and ornaments again. For example, imagine a house with a dark wooden floor. Furnishings are mostly wooden. Sofa and curtain fabrics, linen, such as sackcloth materials such as sacks. The drapes are gauze swabs and the lamps are light yellow. If you also have a classic green pine tree, it may be great to keep the decorations in this house a bit rustic textured. So instead of shiny or plastic ornaments, you can prefer things made of natural materials. Fabrics like Santa Claus, wood deer, velvet red ribbons. With this ornament preference, it is easier to increase the score of your home to 10 stars.
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