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Christmas: 7 decor ideas to adopt the polar trend

Christmas: 7 decor ideas to adopt the polar trend

1. Frosted firs


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Nothing like frosted Christmas trees for a polar atmosphere! To give a frosted effect to the branches of the tree, to each his technique. If the bomb remains an effective way to create false layers of snow, we prefer a more natural solution such as Blanc de Meudon or baking soda mixed with shaving foam!

2. Snow white


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In this immaculate white interior, the windows are frosted. False clouds have been suspended and thus contribute to give a polar style to the Christmas decoration. To contrast this freezing cold, multiply the warm light sources such as lanterns, candles and garlands of light.

3. Blue you want


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Sky blue, night blue, intense blue, satin blue ... In addition to white, blue in all its shades must have a special place if you want to adopt the polar trend at Christmas. Cold color par excellence, we gladly use it with small touches on the table decoration or on the Christmas tree balls!

4. Cozy fabrics


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Always with the aim of making the space more warm and friendly, comforting materials are used to contrast the cold colors of the polar style. We imagine for example a faux fur carpet at the foot of the Christmas tree, a velvet armchair, large knitted blankets ... Your living room must transform into a cocooning refuge to hibernate the holidays!

5. Rain of stars


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In the Nordic countries, the northern lights are not uncommon. Treat yourself to a shower of stars in your living room to give a polar touch to your Christmas decor. DIY enthusiast, nothing like making them yourself with the origami technique! And there is no shortage of tutorials on the web…

6. Snowy gifts


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To adopt the polar trend on gift packaging, nothing could be simpler! Choose glossy blue paper and decorate your packages with small snowflakes. If you don't have one, you can do it yourself. Otherwise, nothing prevents you from using stencils! For children's gifts, you can use small figurines (or cut their shapes out of thick paper) representing ice floe animals such as polar bears, penguins, penguins and seals.

7. Christmas outside


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With the polar trend, there's no need to be afraid of the cold! If you are lucky enough to have an exterior (even a terrace or a balcony), you can arrange a small party area with all the ingredients of a polar Christmas. A seat, cushions, plaids, lanterns, fake snow ... All you have to do is prepare a hot chocolate to enjoy outside!