Interior Design Tips: Last-Minute New Year’s Eve Decor

Interior Design Tips: Last-Minute New Year’s Eve Decor


Well if you’ve enjoyed your Christmas
turkey with friends and family don’t forget there’s another big day coming up!
New Year’s Eve is arguably the biggest party of the year and it’s a great
opportunity to look back on the year that’s passed and look forward to
starting another year all over again. I’ve got some key elements to gather up
when decorating for your big New Year’s Eve bash. It always seems to sneak up on
you! Before you know it you’re looking to plan another party. Let’s go… Remember back to when you were a kid and
the best part of your birthday decor were balloons. They’re simply the best party
accessory ever invented. You must must must have balloons for New Year’s Eve!
And yes, balloon numbers are still a thing. Champagne bubbles are important but
glitter is also a big part of New Year’s Eve. Find ways to incorporate shimmer and
glitter into your decor. I love the idea of a glitter wall for some amazing
Instagram moments for your guests. When the countdown starts you’ll want to
have some confetti on hand. I love the idea of these test tubes filled with
confetti. They can even you be used as nameplates for seating your dinner
guests. Or hand them out to your guests as the clock nears the top of the hour.
And you can’t have a countdown without having a clock. In fact you can decorate
your party around an entire clock theme. It is, after all, the start of the show. So
here’s your take away… they don’t call it a New Year’s Eve bash for nothing!
Bring on the balloons, the glitter and the confetti. Make sure you keep your
eyes on the clock too. Thanks for watching this little design tip. We’ll have lots
more design tips just like this one coming soon in the new year so don’t
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holidays everyone and most importantly here’s to a happy and healthy New Year!


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