You can create a new holiday look this year using your old decorations in new ways.
Angie Hicks of Angie's List said, "When it comes to decorating for the holidays, all too often we can just get stuck in a rut. We always put the tree in the same place. We always decorate it the same way, but there are opportunities to change things up a bit that people don't even realize."
Homeowner Amy Sailing added, "Finances are something we are always aware of, but we love our home and we love to entertain and we want it to look nice and be warm and friendly and welcoming"
Bringing in an interior designer for a consultation is a great way to get ideas on how to get a new look for less this holiday season. Karen Mercer is an Interior Designer. She said, "Apothecary jars, pretty vases - vases that I have picked up for 99 cents at thrift stores using the dollar stores they have vases. We are going to show you how a $2 base and candle stick can make a very pretty apothecary jar. Once you put the greenery around it still looks very nice."
You're not the only one tired of the same decorations year after year - your friends and family are just as tired of some of theirs. Think about organizing a decoration swap. Mercer added, "I do think people can utilize a lot of different places; consignment stores, thrift shops, low costs decorating - you just have to think outside the box sometimes."