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Ingenious Holiday Decorating Ideas for Small Spaces

Since winter holidays seem to be closer and closer people try to prepare their homes with all sorts of ornaments and decorations. Whether you have a big or small house you may take advantage of each space that seems available for your decorations. Walls, corners, windows tabletops seem to be the most common places for all sorts of ornaments that can embellish your house and create that magic atmosphere specific to the winter holidays.

If you are worried about your tiny spaces which cannot offer you too much freedom where you can put all your ornaments now is the moment to stop worrying and perhaps a few of these ingenious ideas for decorating the small spaces can save you.

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You may think of one of your hanging pictures on the wall. The attachment of a sprig of evergreen will help you brighten it and add a little touch of these wonderful holidays.

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In case your walls, windows or other places are not available for your decorations you may think of using the vertical space. A chandelier can become the perfect place where you can hang some glass balls or other ornaments and make your interior look more attractive and glamorous.

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A Christmas Tree may represent the most desirable thing for your ornaments and if you definitely want a space for it, bathroom may be an option. Imagine the holiday atmosphere that will also be present even in your bathroom.

Perhaps an empty chair may also be a nice spot which can be transformed into a great holiday décor. You may put some nice colored packages on and under, add a funny pair of skates that hang at its back and enjoy a cheerful place that can bring you joy and make you think of the moment when every gift is brought under the tree by Santa Claus.{found on bhg}