World celebration event
Christmas is a huge celebration for that I selected this topic
Last year I was longing for a fun, festive-themed house to decorate. In fact, everyone was longing for a fun, festive-themed house to decorate. However, given the history of the United States, I think that if you can prove this wish come true it’s a good thing, right?
is an older house that I purchased a few years ago and is located in a very 'different' community with a very different cultural backdrop. I guess this kind of choice of location is supposed to protect you, make it more difficult to engage in illegal activities, better shield you from problems with the law. It could also be true for just anyone.
However, not everyone's tastes go in these directions.
For those of you who do live in places where you'll have to purchase the best decoration, either ask for help from your close friends or buy what they’ve purchased, or your entire community will. If it’s your parent’s house, you have to know exactly what items are right for your house. I mean, you’re not going to decorate your house in a 'cute' way. A chair or rocking chair is not meant to become a real standing story and a fireplace set isn’t going to turn your fireplace into a picture.
I grew up in New York City, and this is about the first time I’ve seen so many decorations that are plastic. I’m not going to say it’s ugly or that it doesn’t look nice on a page, but it just seems very familiar and it fits the image that you’re trying to give off.
But, the worst decoration I came across was a wreath. I loved to watch the Kmart commercial that shows the best decoration in the world. However, as far as Christmas decor is concerned, there’s no way it could really compete. There’s no fancy red candle made out of inlay, no candle hooks with little LED lights that look like computer graphics—simply a miniature braided quilt—which make the Christmas tree look like old-timey vintage Paris. The centerpiece? A wreath.
Sightless decorations like these don’t actually add any value to the house that you're decorating.
There is something very kitsch about them. Yes, I used the term kitsch to refer to them. This is a very deceptive word because you may use it incorrectly. A wreath doesn’t actually look like the most classy Christmas tree I’ve ever seen or the wreath that very carefully avoids your picture books or memories. You do get the photos where people actually notice you decorating your house and pick up your display carefully, but as far as a real wreath goes, you are not an uncommon sight. There’s no excuse that someone chose to do something crazy. This is a clear insult to your house, its decor, and its community.
You have to be careful when picking decorations. It’s very important to keep in mind that Christmas decorations are not only supposed to look good on your house but also to look good around your house. If it’s ugly, there’s no point. This is also very essential because it's your house, and if you’re doing this in plain sight, it’s a bit foolish to advertise it.
The best decorations in my opinion are those that are just fun and festive enough to not be considered as decorations in the wrong way by the rest of your neighborhood. I absolutely despise Christmas decorations that are made by a sleazy capitalist who exploited a fallen industry to sell them to a large number of people who then avoid passing them on to their own members. This, unfortunately, is exactly what happens when you buy an ugly decoration. Everyone's gone—in vain, of course.
I suppose not everyone wants to invest that much time in putting a Christmas decoration on their house. Or maybe you already have a beautiful Christmas tree (even though a wreath on your tree seems pretty trash right now), and you can just leave it untouched. I don’t know about you, but I don’t like having a piece of furniture that is also in my house. But if you’re not into winter, you can find a standard Christmas tree and put a wreath on it. It’s a dumb solution, but not very goofy and not completely over the top. The fact that I don’t get a Christmas tree, I don’t get more Christmas trees, but it’s good enough. It’s art just the same.
It’s what it is.