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Christmas Decorating Houston Goes Wild


This holiday season, our Christmas decorating Houston pros are taking things to the next level for our clients, so get ready, our fellow holiday enthusiasts, to see Christmas decorating like you have never done before. So, if you don’t have the time to get a tree and decorate it or the know-how to make your home look like those fabulous Pinterest ideas, we can help simplify your holidays and give you the one thing we all crave more than anything- time!

However, for those of you who want to be the next Christmas decorating pro in Houston but don’t know where to start, keep reading, and we will share with you our tips and tricks for turning your home into a magical winter wonderland in no time at all.

Christmas Decorating Houston 2023 Themes


Traditional: There is no better theme for Christmas decorating than a timeless classic that includes accents that are associated with memories your family has made over the years. Trees and greenery adorned with glass heirloom ornaments, plaid ribbons, berries, and pinecones are examples of classic Christmas décor. Popular holiday symbols such as Santa, Nutcrackers, bells, reindeer, candy canes, and angels are considered traditional, too. To start, add classic greenery to your kitchen by draping a fresh garland around your window to bring cheer. Then,, add a simple undecorated wreath on the range hood. The ideal color scheme for this style is red, green, and gold.

Farmhouse: This style has rustic elements and country charm perfect for our area. Consider textured fabrics, wooden accent pieces, pinecones, red berries, galvanized metal, and festive pops of classic colors like red, white, and green. We suggest starting at

the front door and adding poinsettias to your steps along with wreaths or a garland like we have pictured here made by Lynette.

Glitz and Glam: If you love soft, sheer, and metallic textures, then glam Christmas decorations are perfect for your space. Colors like silver, gold, champagne, and blush are essential to building a glam theme. Also, frosted or white Christmas trees are ideal to achieve this style. Our Christmas decorating pros in Houston worked with this client's current interior and added a holiday theme that was both elegant and a feminine wonderland.

Professional Christmas Tree Decorating 101


Once you have selected a theme, it's time to fluff and shape your tree. Doing it the right way can be time-consuming, but it's an essential part of creating a lush and lifelike look as the tree will be your centerpiece. If you are in a crunch for the time it takes and you do not want to hire a professional Christmas tree decorator, then we recommend purchasing a pre-fluffed Artificial Christmas tree from Balsam Hills. After your tree is fluffed and shaped, you want to add your Christmas light, and if your tree is pre-lit, then you can skip this step. If you need to add lights, you should factor in 100 lights for every foot of the tree so that it's brightly lit and no areas are left bare. Start by dividing the tree and wrapping the lights into three triangular sections from the top to the bottom and around the base of the tree. Now plug in the lights to ensure they work, and hide the last bulb next to the tree trunk. Now, weave the lights back and forth across the triangle. Be sure not to cross the cords over itself. When you reach the end of one set, plug in the next and continue until the entire tree is fully lit. When you go to take down the tree, our Christmas decorators recommend doing the reverse.

The next step is to add your ornaments. and there is no rule you can have as many or as few ornaments as you prefer, but the above chart is what our professional Christmas tree decorators suggest.

Now, moving on to using ribbon, this takes skill so give yourself grace if it takes you a while to get into the swing of things. When choosing ribbon, Lynette suggests using wired ribbon as it's much easier to work with. Make sure you choose two different styles and widths. Layer then to create texture and finish your ribbon with a creative twist at the end. After you have added the ribbon, you want to step back and see where all the gaps are, and this complete is where you are going to add picks and sprays. If you chose the farmhouse theme, you may want a more natural feel for your display; choose picks like berries, flowers, or pinecones. On the other hand, if you chose our glam theme, you may want a more sophisticated effect with fancier ones embellished with crystals, rhinestones, or pearls. Last but not least, you want to bring in interesting details; this could be poinsettias, one of our favorites, or it could be custom embellishments.

Last but not least, every Christmas decorating pro knows how important a tree topper is to completing your centerpiece. Some people have a star that’s been passed on from a family member and other homeowners prefer custom tree toppers. Lynette, our talented Christmas decorating pro, likes to tie picks together in an elegant bouquet with floral wire to add drama and flare. She takes the ribbon and creates a matching bow. Using a custom topper adds personality and sets your tree apart from the rest.

Finally, set the perfect backdrop for presents with a tree skirt complimenting your theme. However, a decorative tree collar is a stylish alternative if you want a unique base. These collars are crafted from various materials like galvanized metal, wicker, and many other types of materials. They easily wrap around the stand for a quick and easy finishing touch.

Looking For Christmas Decorating In Houston?


The holidays only come once a year, and every year our professional Christmas decorating Houston service strives to create the most innovative and impressive holiday decorations Houston has to offer. We collaborate with each of our clients from concept through completion to create a streamlined, stress-free holiday experience you don’t want to miss. Give us a call today for a free consultation at (281) 545-7740.

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