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Christmas decor to get you in the mood

/ 04:14 AM November 09, 2019

Christmas decor to get you in the moodA lot of homes are abuzz this time of the year as everyone’s preparing for Christmas. What fun way to get into the spirit of the season by sprucing up our living spaces with festive decor, from Christmas trees and Nativity scenes to lighting fixtures and tabletop ornaments.

Heim Home Essentials offers a wide selection of Christmas-themed accessories to easily liven up your homes and work spaces this season. The home interior brand is available at Wilcon Depot, country’s one-stop shop for home building and home improvement needs.

Christmas decor to get you in the moodNativity scenes


Filipinos are big on Nativity scenes, owing much to our rich history of religiosity. Did you know that this Christmas staple was first staged in 1223? It was set up by St. Francis of Assisi in a cave in an Italian village and featured two live animals, an ox and a donkey.


Christmas decor to get you in the moodLighting fixtures

Aside from the usual Christmas lights, you might want to go the extra mile by replacing your home’s lighting fixtures with holiday-themed ones. This gold chandelier from Heim, for instance, adds a truly festive mood to your living spaces, especially if you’re hosting Christmas get-togethers with family and friends.

Christmas scenes

Give your tabletops a touch of Winter Wonderland with the help of decor such as Heim’s Ice Skating Ornament. Miniature-scale Christmas villages are a fun and interesting alternative to trees and other decor that usually take up so much space.

You can simply place these decor on your shelves and tables, then easily stash them away once the holiday season is over.

Christmas decor to get you in the moodChristmas tree


Nothing else excites us most over the holidays than a Christmas tree that’s teeming with colorful ornaments and sparkling with bright lights. The tradition of putting up decorated trees during Christmas began in Germany in the 16th century.

Christmas decor to get you in the moodWhite Christmas Santa

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He’s always in red. So try something different with having a Santa Claus in white this season. Just make sure that you don’t forget to leave the milk and cookies out for him. Otherwise, get ready to find your name on the “naughty” side of his list.

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