Decorating your home for the holidays can be fun, challenging, and rewarding. You can mix traditional elements with modern touches and add your own personal flair, but is there a wrong way to decorate? Are some traditional Christmas decorations too cliché?
According to an article over on Elle Decor, there are some decoration trends that are best left in the trash. The article suggests tinsel and beads, fake candles, poinsettias, printed wrapping paper and fake greenery are all to be avoided.
But wait a minute. Battery-operated candles prevent fires, and some apartments ban candles altogether. Some people are allergic to real trees and greenery, or simply don’t want to deal with the mess. Printed wrapping paper is fun and convenient. What gives?
I think decorating is a personal endeavor, and if you want to put a display of Santa and his reindeer on your roof, you go right ahead.
Read the full article here: 8 Holiday Decor Clichés You Should Never Decorate With