This Christmas will be quite different and one we’ll remember for years to come, so we need to fill our homes with holiday magic. Here are some tips to get your house ready for the festivities.
Organise the kitchen
Christmas will be celebrated at home this year and so we will be spending many hours in the kitchen preparing food and refreshments for our loved ones. This year has been hard for everyone and so we want to provide the best party possible! Getting the kitchen organised will take away any worries and leave you free to create some of your best dishes. Drawer organisers are an extremely easy way to keep utensils and other kitchen essentials at hand. After the cooking comes the unenviable task of tidying and washing up. Using sink drainers will help you get everything dried quickly and ready to use again.
Make a cosy and welcoming living room for Christmas
Eating at home on Christmas Day is quite normal for most of us, however not being able to go out to celebrate on New Year’s Eve will make this year very different. As you will spend most of your time at home, make your living room a cosy place to build unforgettable and magical memories. Storage baskets provide extra storage space for blankets that the whole family can use and will give your décor a natural touch. They can also be used to accessorise plants and shelves. If you like eco-friendly products, don’t forget that bamboo furniture can also be the perfect choice to add a green touch to your interior.
Create the wine store you’ve always wanted
Christmas holidays are the perfect time to drink good wine, toast the year just gone and welcome the new year ahead. We usually store wine bottles in cupboards or tucked away in boxes, but by creating a mini wine store you can show off your prized collection. The elegant Copenhagen wooden wine rack can hold up to 12 bottles and is also stackable, so you can store your entire range of wines. If you have limited space, then the ideal solution is the contemporary Hexa Wine Rack which can hold up to 6 bottles.
We hope these tips have helped you get your house ready for a Christmas that we will remember for many years to come. Above all, don’t let the magic get lost! Take advantage of the time to party and raise a glass for a better 2021. Happy holidays everyone!