‘Tis the season of giving, celebrating, and our favorite – decorating.

Are you looking to deck the halls? It reminds us of  that classic song, Walking In A Winter Wonderland. Your home should be merry and bright, which has us thinking about ways in which you can decorate your home with elements of white for the holiday season. Here are a few of our favorite ideas to get you in the spirit:

 White & Gold Tree
Let’s start with the most fundamental home element of all – the holiday tree. Start with your basic fir or pine for a fresh organic look. Then grab the gold garland, pearls, white lights, and crystal ornaments. You want your tree to look brightest.

White Mantle
When it comes to hanging stockings, swap out you traditional red for white. Carry elements from your tree to your mantle too by hanging some garland and lights. You can hang a silver, gold, and white jingle bell wreath too.

Decked Out Shelf
Reindeer, stars snowflakes, and mini trees – whatever holiday pieces come to mind, be sure to find them in white or a neutral color that keeps the room feeling cheery.

The Rug
Whether you decide to layer on a rug or switch it up all together choose a textile that is plush and bright to go with your overall white holiday theme – you’ll see just how much it transforms the entire room.

Extra Fluff
Last but not least – pillows! Add fresh textiles to your upholstery with white and metallic pillows – don’t be afraid to mix them up! This along with your rug will significantly brighten up the space.

Keep your white rugs and upholstery clean with Triple S! We offer rug, carpet, upholstery, and window treatment cleaning to keep your holiday brights brighter than ever. With over 50 years of experience we are here to help you keep your home looking and feeling Clean, Fresh, & Bright throughout the season!

Triple S has three main plant locations:

Stamford Plant | 400 West Main Street
Norwalk Plant | 337 Westport Avenue
Stratford Plant | 1800 Stratford Avenue
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