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3 Christmas Home Renovation Tips

Find your home renovation project running into the festive period? Maybe you thought you would be done by the time Christmas came around? Don't stress! We have 3 top tips to keep you level-headed during your Christmas home renovation.

Stay Tidy and Safe During Your Home Renovation

How tidy and organised a space is can really make a difference to how you feel. Despite the obvious mess that a renovation project would create, it is still possible to keep some organisation within each room. Find a space to pack away things that are not needed, or at least try to ensure that everything has its own place. 'Organised chaos' is what to aim for!

Make The Most Of The Space You Have

When in the middle of a home renovation, you may not feel like putting up the Christmas decorations at all, but this could impact your mood - especially if it's a tradition you have followed over the years. Why not decorate a tree in the garden or invest in some outdoor lights? This will help keep the Christmas spirit alive and especially if you have children - they will no doubt appreciate any sort of Christmas décor to mark the time of year.

No Space For A Tree? No Problem!

Following on from our previous tip, how about switching your traditional Christmas tree to a wall decal. This is a modern alternative, and is much easier to take down come January!

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