Glam gold schemes to add a Midas touch to your Christmas
Figuring out a colour scheme for Christmas can be a challenge, but if you really want to wow, a glam gold scheme is a sure-fire winner. Whether sprinkling a Midas touch over your whole home or going for gold in a specific room – we’ve got ideas to inspire and delight!
Make an entrance
First impressions are everything and using gold in your hallway is sure to pack a punch when guests arrive. Get creative with gold fans like these ones for something a little different and team with calm greys and charcoals for a truly luxe feel.
Minimalist much? Supersize Christmas decs are the way to get your gold scheme going. They add a real wow-factor with minimal effort and fuss. If placing near a table, team with gold glassware to truly make the room shine.
Whether shaken or stirred – drinks trolleys are in and guaranteed to get your Christmas party started. Opt for a gold trolley like this one for real Gatsby glamour and adorn the room in gold balloons to bring the party vibe alive.
Ok, so we don’t all have wheels of gold but you can still adorn your beloved bicycle in shimmery things to make it into a feature. Whether it’s parked in your hallway or spare room, drape with lights and fun accessories to parade it proudly – just be sure you’re not peddling off to work with a trail of tinsel behind you once Christmas is done.
Gold accessories can really warm up a monochrome scheme. You can still opt for a white tree but adorn in baubles of all shades of gold and in different sizes. A quirky accessory like this fab parrot is sure to bring some Christmas cheer with a tropical vibe.
Using multiple paper light shades are an inexpensive way to get maximum impact. Hang from the ceiling above your dinner table for a Christmas meal in Winter Wonderland. The stag in this picture really adds personality and a warm welcome to the room.
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The kitchen is the heart of the home so why shouldn’t it shine? Take inspiration from this gorgeously glam one with a gold island to boot. And if you’re not feeling so brave, you can easily accessorise your culinary space with brass fittings and accessories to add a midas touch that carries itself well through all seasons.