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You can always count on celebrities to pull out all the stops with their Christmas decorations and with the rubbish year we’ve all had, they look bigger and better than ever!
Olivia Bowen, Billie Faiers and Michelle Keegan have shown off their show stopping decorations lighting up their front doors
Tom Fletcher has got on board too, treating the boys to a jaw-dropping bauble display while Giovanna shines in the I’m a Celebrity castle.
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Festive doorscaping is the latest trend taking over Instagram and while stars have spent a fortune on their amazing decor, Safestyle has made a step-by-step guide to recreate the luxury look without splashing out.
Choose your theme
Start by picking your colour scheme and go for two to three main hues. For a traditional look, try bold reds and greens and add gold as an accent colour.
Inject your own personality with a vintage, relaxed or rustic look – just make sure the colours match!
Don’t damage the door
Make a plan before you start hanging your decorations. The last thing you want to do is make any permanent scrapes and scratches on your door.
Clean and dry your door and pop up some clear self-adhesive hooks.
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Go big with garlands
Don’t hold back on these central showstoppers. Start with pine foliage and use a few to frame the door – the fuller it looks, the better.
Then build some sparkle by layering up with gold foil or weave in some traditional holly or mistletoe.
For a super festive look, fasten baubles, candy canes and snowflakes on top.
Add a wreath
A Christmas door isn’t complete without this decorative staple. Buy a wreath, make your own with pine foliage, cinnamon sticks and dried fruit, or try a simplistic metal frame with a festive slogan.
Or copy Tom Fletcher’s idea and build your own bauble wreath to make your Christmas colours.
Line the doorstep
Don’t stop the decorations at the door frame. Feel free to let your Christmassy scene spill out onto the doorsteps by placing lanterns on either side for a welcoming feel.
Group your lanterns in sets of three or more for maximum effect. Mix and match different shapes and styles, but make sure you stick to your colour scheme.
Light it up
Bring the whole thing to life with a flurry of bright fairy lights. Weave string lights around the main display, or use foliage string lights for a more natural look.
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