Chandelier Christmas Decor Ideas; a list of 40 festive chandelier Christmas decor ideas that are sure to add some sparkle to your dining room this holiday season!
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The holidays are here, and you're probably feeling the excitement in the air. Maybe it's the music playing on your local radio station, maybe it's the way that your friends and family have started decorating their houses. Whatever it is, you know that Christmas is just around the corner.
There are so many ways to celebrate this holiday season—and if you're looking for something fun and easy, I've got 40 ideas for decorating your chandeliers Christmas style!
No matter what kind of chandelier you own or how much money you want to spend on decorations, these chandelier Christmas decor ideas will be sure to inspire. So once you're done decorating your Christmas tree, move on to that festive Christmas chandelier!
Chandelier Christmas Decor Ideas:
Chandeliers and light fixtures come in all shapes, sizes, and colors—and they're not just for Christmas! Chandeliers can be used year-round to add some flair to your home's decor. But if you're looking for a unique way to make your holiday decorations stand out from the rest, then adding some festive cheer to your chandelier is one quick way to do it. So lets start decorating your Christmas chandelier!
Greenery and Ornaments
Greenery is a classic addition to your chandelier. You want something that will stand out against the lights of the chandelier, so avoid something like extra large pine boughs or holly leaves that can blend in easily. Instead, try Christmas cactus, evergreens or mistletoe. Mistletoe has an interesting shape that will work well when hung from a chandelier and it's pretty much guaranteed to get kissed at Christmas parties!
Next, add some ornaments. You'll want to make sure they're different sizes and colors so they don't look like they belong on one string of lights instead of another (even though all those strings are technically connected). Try using red and green glass balls as well as white or gold ones for contrast and texture. You will want to secure them to your fixture with fishing wire, ribbon or even a bow for a added touch of elegance.
Pinecones and Garland
For a truly rustic and cozy feel, try using pine cones as your ornament of choice. They're natural, easy to find and can be adorned in many different ways. Top your evergreen chandelier, evergreen wreath or green garland with some pinecones! Pine cones are also great for tablescapes; just place a few around the center of the table for some added greenery!
A traditional Christmas look is achieved by using red berries on your chandelier. I feel like chandelier decorations are not complete without some sort of winter berries! You can use real or fake berries, but you should use a small amount of them so they don't take over the room. If you're looking for a more modern decorating style, faux cranberries are a great option as well!
Snowflakes are a great way to add some magic to your Christmas decor. Hang snowflakes from the chandelier or even the ceiling. Hang them with ribbon or fishing wire or string them together in bunches and hang them from the ceiling like a curtain of crystals around your chandelier!
You can use glitter glue to create a frosted effect on the paper before you cut it out. Or purchase real snowflake, white or silver ornaments! Hanging them with white or silver ribbon. The options are endless.
Hanging Ball Ornaments
Hanging ball ornaments are a perfect way to add some seasonal flair to your space without overloading it with too many decorations. You can either use them as they come, or get creative and paint them yourself. Hanging these ornaments from your chandelier will create an elegant look that will be sure to wow your guests this holiday season!
If you're looking for a quick and simple way to decorate your chandelier this holiday season, then greenery is the way to go! This year, I'm all about simple greenery on my chandeliers. Instead of decorating with a lot of different ornaments, try just one or two small additions of evergreen or green garland.
If you're using live plants, consider bringing them inside a few days before the holiday so they have time to acclimate. That way, when you put them up on your chandelier, they'll be happy and strong enough to do their job without wilting or drooping during the festivities! If you're using artificial greenery, make sure it's well-made and sturdy enough for the job—you don't want any pieces falling off in front of your guests!
Your chandelier is the perfect place to add a wow factor to your room. You can decorate it by adding ornaments, garland and festive poinsettia flowers. Or you can create a different look with holly branches that offer texture and color.
Now that you’ve read these chandelier Christmas decor ideas and tips, it’s time to get decorating! I hope we gave you some ideas on how to make your chandelier the star of your holiday decor!
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Until next time,