This entryway and staircase are layered with various metallics and greenery to create a festive and inviting space. A trio of wreaths decorate the back wall, while the stair landings are adorned with copper lanterns and LED candles, creating a warm glow.
The banisters are wrapped in live greenery with white deer head and antler ornaments wired throughout. Attach garland to the railing with twine to prevent scratches on your woodwork.
The finishing touch to these lovely banisters include live greenery, deer ornaments and shimmering gold-wired ribbon.
This Christmas tree is decorated similarly to the banister for a cohesive style, with additional sparkle from white lights and metallic ornaments. Use coordinating ribbon and paper on your gifts to complete the festive look.
In an open space like this one, keep the theme running throughout to create a cohesive look. It's easy to swap out a few existing decor items for holiday ones such as coordinating stockings, cards, greenery and string lights.
This warm and inviting entryway pulls in elements from nature to create a traditional and cozy holiday mood.
Prelit artificial garland was the backdrop for this dramatic staircase arch. Then we layered in white, green and gold balls with coordinated beading to tie the whole look together. Easily create this arch with a color scheme that matches your own decor.
When you're creating a banister or staircase arch, stick to three or four colors max for a bold (not busy) look.
The owl on the banister post is an unexpected and whimsical accessory that kids -- young and old -- can appreciate.
Don't forget the staircase walls. Add a prelit wreath with a wire-ribboned bow to tie the look all together.
With the entryway and staircase side by side, it's important to have a consistent look throughout. Ornaments from the staircase arch are added to the console table, along with mini trees and matching gifts.