Bringing Holiday Cheer to a Small Space 

November 30, 2021

Decorating for the holidays can be both a festive fun activity and a hassle, especially when you live in a small space. When working with a small amount of space, decorations can quickly crowd your environment and cause chaos rather than cheerful relaxation. Below is our collection of tips and tricks for decorating your home around your lifestyle in a way that feels merry and not overwhelming.

Think About Your Table Space

A great way to add a festive touch to your home is with a table setting. Consider switching out your year round table setting with items that are holiday themed. Select colors and patterns that match your personality and taste. Check out our placemats, mugs, and enamel bowls for inspiration on how to get started. Tie it all together with a decorative centerpiece that can live on your table throughout the whole holiday season! 

Swap Out Decor

Rather than trying to fit in all of your decorations with your year round decor, consider swapping some of your everyday items out to make space for your seasonal picks. Throw pillows are a great way to add a pop of cheer to your home, or choose some wall art to maximize your wall space. However, consider sticking to one color scheme to prevent your decor from feeling crowded or overwhelming. 

Get Creative

Looking to decorate your home on a budget or a fun afternoon activity? Make some of your own decor! Try your hand at creating your own wreath, paper snowflakes , or ornaments! Decor can include scent as well: check out these ideas for making your own potpourri. Bring your family and friends together to create these festive decorations and add another layer to your holiday cheer. 

Creating a cheerful holiday mood in your home with decor is a personal experience. Head over to our Holiday Collection to check out some of our customizable products in holiday designs! Still looking for the perfect meaningful and customized gift? Check out our gift guide or DM us with questions and we’ll point you in the right direction.


This blog post was written by Emma Becker.