Planning for Christmas is something that should be done as early as possible. The whole house needs to be decorated so that the Christmas feeling lingers all over your home…This means that you will have to decorate every room, even the bathroom! Now who said the bathroom cannot be decorated for Christmas? As a matter of fact, there are thousands of Christmas bathroom decor for you to choose from. If there is any place you can decorate without limits, it is the bathroom. I will give tips on how to use the decor effectively so that the bathroom looks attractive.

There are different shower curtains out in the market which are specifically designed for Christmas. These curtains usually have Christmas themes like for instance pictures of Santa Claus or Christmas ribbons. Any theme that feels like Christmas will work just fine. So go ahead and look for something that you will like for this festive season.

Another place you should try with your Christmas bathroom decor is the toilet. There are different Christmas covers for toilets which will completely transform your bathroom. Wrap your toilet completely with the cover that has Santa on it or one that shows a small family playing out on the snow! You will remember its Christmas every time you visit the toilet. Your guests will also adapt to the Christmas feeling once they make the same visit.

Whenever people go to the bathroom they have to wash their hands and dry them. So here is another tip; look for towels with Christmas embroidery. Fold them perfectly and place them next to the sink. This is one Christmas bathroom decor you should never miss. A towel with green red and white colors will do just fine, but for an added advantage remember to look for something that has people or animals as well so that the exact Christmas message is passed on.

Holiday lights are a must have on your bathroom shelf. We all know that the lights mean it is Christmas time! That is reason enough for you to add it on for your Christmas bathroom decor. To compliment its presence, go shopping for Christmas products and change the content of your shelf so that the whole shelf will reflect that it is time for Christmas.

Whenever Christmas is near, pictures of the holiday are hung out for sale all over the place. Choose some which you can afford and hang them on your bathroom walls. Another alternative is to add the cards you received from the previous season. I am sure the people who gave them to you will be touched when they see you still treasure their greetings.

The mats you place beside the bathroom and the bathtub should also compliment the rest of the room. Do not be shy to use your imagination. Go for something silver for a mat and red for the other. This will be by the best Christmas bathroom decor you ever put in place. It will always be a holiday season to remember.
Holiday decorating often begins with trimming the tree. Haul out the ornaments, hang the Christmas lights, and top the tree with a shiny star. Whether you choose homemade ornaments or sophisticated adornments to embellish your tree, this holiday decoration will be a cheery focal point for friends and family to gather at during the holidays. Once you’ve trimmed the tree, you can begin adding holiday accents to tables, mantels, and walls. Homemade decorations are the perfect way to add a personal touch to the decorating, and the best part is you don’t have to spend a lot to make your home a winter wonderland.

Create the perfect centerpiece by gathering an assortment of pillar candles and then embellishing them with ribbons and glitter. You can transform a candle by coating it with glitter. Apply adhesive spray to the length of the candle, and then roll the candle in red, green or gold glitter. You can also embellish a pillar candle with peppermint sticks or cinnamon sticks. Use ribbons sparingly; it is not necessary to tie a ribbon around each candle. Once you are satisfied with your candles, place them on the glass platter. Lay the newly made holiday decoration on a table runner for a distinctive look.

Walls will look jolly with framed vintage Christmas pictures. You can find vintage Christmas pictures online or on Christmas cards. If you prefer, you could frame pictures of past Christmases. Hang the pictures in the shape of a Christmas tree by placing one frame at the top, two on the next row, and so on. A “Happy Holidays” sign can be made with a wood board, some paint, and vinyl lettering. After your board is painted, buff the edges of your sign with sandpaper for a shabby chic look. When your sign is complete, hang it below the pictures. Your friends and family are sure to be impressed with this merry display.

No Christmas countdown is complete without an Advent calendar. For a unique Advent calendar, try this: Find a large frame, and string five rows of ribbon across the frame evenly. Gather and then paint 25 clothespins. Adorn each painted clothespin with a button or ribbon. Next you will need 25 envelopes of various shapes, sizes and colors. Label each envelope from one to twenty-five, and then place a story or activity in each envelope. Pin the envelopes to the ribbon on your frame with the clothespins. Place five envelopes per line, and space them evenly. Your family will look forward to opening an envelope each day; this holiday decoration is a guaranteed favorite.

For a tasty holiday decoration, bake some gingerbread men or make a gingerbread house. Decorate them with colorful candies. You can display these, but don’t be surprised if they disappear. However you choose to decorate, remember that decking the halls is a holiday tradition that doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated. In fact, decking the halls can be a fun, family affair you look forward to each year. Festive wreaths, colorful centerpieces, and homemade confections are things that can be easily made and enjoyed throughout the season. Keep in mind that a holiday decoration makes a great gift for family and friends. As you make decorations for your home, make a few extra for loved ones.