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Christmas decorating tips

Concentrate your decorating in one area.  If you have a fireplace, then the mantle is a good place to start.

Choose a colour scheme to complement your room, but the look should always be festive, and decorate using two or three colours only.

Don’t overdo it! Too many ornaments and greenery look nasty.  You just need enough decoration to give the room a pleasant, polished, festive look.

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