Sustainable Christmas Decoration

Fecha: 15/ December/2023

December have arrived, and we gradually immerse ourselves in the most magical and special time of the year. Decorating the house for Christmas is a very enjoyable activity to spend time with family and enjoy with the little ones.

Today, on the Natural World Eco blog, we show you ideas for sustainable Christmas decoration to enjoy with your loved ones without harming the environment.

Christmas decorations with recycled materials

More and more people are opting for ecological Christmas decoration due to the many events we celebrate that generate a lot of waste. Therefore, it's important to know how to minimize the impact we will have on the planet by providing you with sustainable decoration and craft ideas.

Natural centerpieces

Centerpieces add an elegant and special touch to our Christmas dinners and meals. They are very easy to make at home with natural materials like dried pinecones, flowers, moss...

Homemade candle holders with glass jars

Another traditional Christmas table decoration is candles. Instead of buying them, you can reuse glass jars you have at home by painting them and placing a candle inside.

Recycled tablecloth

The most eco-friendly Christmas tablecloth is a fabric one that can be washed and reused year after year. Nowadays, you can buy a Christmas tablecloth from a wide variety of options with holiday decorations and natural materials.

Stones as table ornaments

If you enjoy drawing, stones are a perfect element. You can draw and paint them with Christmas motifs and use them as table ornaments, for example, placing them on napkins or creating a centerpiece with them.

LED lighting

During the Christmas season, energy consumption increases considerably as we spend more time at home. In this regard, it's a good idea to opt for LED Christmas lights because they consume less energy. Nowadays, you can find garlands, bulbs, and tree lights in various styles and with different lighting effects.

Did you like these sustainable decoration ideas? Natural World Eco wishes you a "green" Christmas.