Red, burgundy and green are the common Christmas colors, although many other colors are used as well.
The nice part about Christmas is that you do not have to worry about the red and green colors clashing with your normal everyday décor. However, it is exceptionally nice if you are able to purchase Christmas decorations that match your everyday color palate. Your Christmas garland will help you to display the colors that are special to you during the holidays.
Christmas Decorating Tips by West Cobb Magazine
Christmas Staircase by Mini Manor Blog
Christmas Home Tour by Centsational Girl
Staircases, often beautifully decorated for the holidays, can add to the inviting friendly atmosphere. These festive staircases have been adorned with beautiful swags, ribbons and decorations.
Getting My Christmas Inspiration via House To Home
For some no fuss staircase decorations, go for faux fern.
Budget Friendly Christmas Ideas by House To Home
I always imagined a beautiful garland with fairy lights rolling down my staircase banister at Christmas time. I’ve yet to live that dream, however I did decorate my staircase this year with ribbon tied baubles.
Christmas Staircase by Stylish Settings
Our Home For The Holidays by Centsational Girl
Save scraps of holiday gift wrap, and put them to work in a festive greeting-card display.
Holiday Organizing Tips Via Martha Stewart
Christmas Garland Decorating Staircase via Flickr
I’m Dreaming of a Pink Christmas by ZsaZsa Bellagio
One of my favorite things to do this time of year is drive around and look at everyone’s houses all decked out for the holidays. I try to take notes and get ideas from the elegant wreaths and garlands, but, I must admit, there are few things more fun than seeing those houses covered with lights and dancing Santas and blow-up snowmen. I’m always in awe of those people’s artistry because, honestly, getting the wreath and garland hung is about all I can manage, much less getting 100,000 blinking lights wrapped all over the place. There are no green and red blinking icicles hanging in these entrances, but we hope you like them anyway!
A Grand Entrance by Design Chic
Instead of swags of greenery trailing down the banister, try these greenery bunches. Natural birch branches form the backbone, but red twig dogwood or other branches would work just as well. Use thin florist’s wire to lash them to the banister posts along with evergreens and sprays of bright red winterberries. Matte and glossy chartreuse ornaments add pops ofcolor. Tie it all together with a chartreuse velvet ribbon.
Video: Holiday Decoration Tutorial, Banister and Stair Case
Photo Garland by Clover Lane
A staircase, elegantly dressed in sweeping lengths of garland, is a time-honored Christmas tradition.
Styles can vary from simple displays of gorgeous greenery to more elaborate swags, embellished with sparkling lights, charming ornaments and lavish bows.
Ideas for Decorating a Stunning Christmas Staircase by Classic Chic Home
A handmade paper ribbon “Celebrate His Birth” in gold on green is the focus of this decor:
Decorate Railing Post For Christmas by Jeanne Winters
Ornaments not only dazzle on the tree, but can also add Christmas cheer to other places throughout your home, such as your staircase. Knot a length of thin ribbon around an ornament hook and wrap the end other end of the ribbon around your banister, securing with a knot. Let ornaments hang down at different lengths for a variegated display. Consider topping an entryway table with a small tree.
Katrina Giles jazzes up her Christmas staircase with holiday garland, silver ribbon and natural pinecones. She adds silk greenery to the pinecones and coats them with silver metallic paint for a shimmery look that will bring holiday cheer all season long.
Sparkling Staircase by HGTV
Make guests feel right at home by greeting them with a holiday message spelled out with vibrant alphabet bricks. “Be sure you raise some of the bricks on complementary-colored boxes or wrapped packages to draw the eye up the stairs,” says Sally-Jo, who filled out the vignette with standing star cutouts and a bannister-hung wreath sporting flashy red bows, baubles and beads. Reds repeat as ribbons on the star-studded garland and as poinsettias positioned above and below the grouping. Large lacey snowflake ornaments bring a dose of glittery texture to the scene.
Stop and Stair by Country Sampler
Adorn banisters with treats with this adorable, virtually effortless idea. Hang plain mugs from the banisters using candy-stripe ribbon, and fill the cavity with chocolate, sweets and trinkets. Also a great alternative totraditional stockings!
Today I thought I might share some of my favourite ideas on how to decorate a staircase at Christmas. I have pinned so many staircase pictures because that is the place where I usually hang our stockings since we don’t have a fireplace.
Christmas Garland via Just a Girl
Another way to decorate stairways during Christmas is to use beautiful bright colored ribbons and Christmas ornaments. You can hang balls, decorative material, sparkles at the stairways.
In this post I am going to share my Christmas Staircase decor. I had everything but the glamour rope from last year, so it was just a matter of digging it out of the garage and putting it up.
- Basic lighted Christmas tree garland
- Roll of twist ties
- Two rolls of deco mesh
- 4 rolls of 30 foot long wire ribbon (2 of each pattern)—Hobby Lobby
- Assorted ornaments and Christmas balls—Hobby Lobby
- Floral picks—Hobby Lobby
- 2-3 packages of Glamour rope—from local store or www.trendytree.com
- Floral wire
Christmas Staircase Via Prettify Your Life