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Decorate Your Monogram at Kissel Apartment for a Festive Holiday Season

Decorate Your Monogram at Kissel Apartment for a Festive Holiday Season

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It's time to get ready to celebrate the holiday season at home! This year's theme uses transitional holiday decorations and trending Christmas items that function as Christmas and New Year's decorations. Keep reading to get ideas and inspiration for decorating your apartment for a festive holiday season! Monogram at Kissel is a luxury apartment community in the center of Uptown Oakland, CA. These luxury apartments feature updated apartment homes that range from studio-sized to three-bedroom apartments.

Decorations That Transition From Christmas & Into The New Year

One of the best things about keeping your festive decoration through the New Year is that you save time and money.

Since Christmas Day and New Year's day are only one week apart, it makes sense to decorate for both holidays at once. If you're not sure where to start decorating your apartment for the holidays, follow these tips to make your holiday season brighter.

A Checklist for Creating a Winter Wonderland In Your Apartment

The first step to holiday decorating in an apartment is decluttering your space. Get rid of unwanted clutter to make space for your holiday decorations. After decluttering, decide how you want to decorate. You can hang twinkling Christmas lights horizontally or vertically along walls, window sills, and ceilings to give your apartment home the feeling of a winter wonderland.

Take this festive lighted holiday garland with berry beaded garden accents in gold, for example. You can get it at Walmart and use it for transitional holiday decor.

Find Trending Christmas Items Online

You can find more trending Christmas items like the one listed above by visiting your favorite retailers online. Popular stores like Amazon and Walmart offer curbside pickup options. They also offer same-day delivery options in some areas.

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