The holiday season has arrived at The Everette Apartments! These beautiful apartments offer luxury living with one, two, and three-bedroom floor plans available and located in gorgeous Rocklin, CA. Residents love living just off Sunset Blvd. with access to great restaurants and coffee shops such as Dutch Brothers Coffee. Our neighborhood and nearby local shops have all been decorated to get our communities in the jolly spirit!
It's time to decorate your home for a festive holiday season. Following are a few tips and tricks to help you turn your apartment into a winter wonderland!
Decorations That Transition From Christmas & Into the New Year
Make decorating your apartment easier this year. Focus on keeping your festive decoration through the New Year. Choose trending Christmas items that easily double as New Year's Eve or New Year's Day decor.
Interior designers recommend using a mixture of nature-themed items like pine cones, cinnamon, and traditional holiday scents together with versatile colors like silver and gold to achieve this effect.
A Checklist for Creating a Winter Wonderland In Your Apartment
When decorating your apartment, opt for non-traditional decorating spaces like walls and ceilings. Using hanging decorations like twinkling lights, hanging snowflakes, snow-capped garland, and mini Christmas trees can bring your apartment home to life.
Non-traditional Christmas tree options like this lighted fabric Christmas tree from Walmart help make the season bright. Using decorations like these can improve the look and feel of your apartment without making a mess or breaking the bank.
Holiday Decorations to Spruce Up Your Apartment
Want to find more holiday decorations to spruce up your apartment? A quick Google search for "trending Christmas items" or searching online at popular retailers like Amazon and Walmart can return a ton of results.
Take advantage of using online shopping options and same-day delivery options for Christmas gifts, groceries, and holiday decorations to keep your stress levels low during the holiday season.