With the big day nearly upon us, it’s great to get in the yuletide mood by dressing your home. As the fireplace is usually the main focal point of a room, you can really make a statement with it at this time of year. If you’re looking for some Christmas fireplace decoration ideas and inspiration, then read on to see how I adorn my fireplace at Christmas.
You can either add to what you already have, or change the look completely. I remove most of my usual ornaments from my mantel at Christmas and replace them with festive ones.
If you’re unsure how to dress your fireplace, take some inspiration from your tree. I love peacock feathers and have a peacock theme on my Christmas tree, so I’ve carried that through to the fireplace.
I added some gold glitter leaves to some peacock feathers and arranged them around my mirror, finishing it off with some warm fairy lights.
I also added some of the peacock feathers to my garland, that I bought from Next (unfortunately, no longer available). It’s now sold out online, but you may be able to pick up one in store, as I did mine. The glass tea light Christmas trees have added some height, light and texture to the vignette, whilst the black stags provide the main feature.
In the hearth, I’ve added some warm fairy lights to the wood burner, surrounded by groups of candles and tea lights, which really vamp up the cosiness. Here’s some more ideas on how to get your home cosy.
To add a bit of quirkiness and glitz, I propped a ‘Too Glam To Give A Damn,’ picture against the back of the hearth, which was from Asda.
I added yet more peacock feathers to a vase that I placed in the corner, finished off with a gold glitter branch.
I hope I’ve helped you with my Christmas fireplace decoration ideas and inspiration. So to achieve your Christmas fireplace, change it up, dress it up, glitz it up, co-ordinate, and light it up!
For more Christmas decor ideas, take a look at my glam Christmas table setting.
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