Less than ten days are left before the main holiday of the year, it’s time of miracles and fairy-tales! Decorate your house and don’t forget the stairs! Add some fir and mistletoe branches, amazing little wreaths and stockings, of course! Choose decorations according to your style and colors: for the rustic style add burlap, for romantic style attach some bows and ball ornaments to the rails. Pine cones, garlands and different paper decorations are suitable for any stairs. Attaching big dolls or angels would excite your kids; stars and advent calendars look so sweet! Look at the photos below and get inspired by these fantastic ideas!
Garland that incorporates fresh asparagus ferns and evergreen shrubs is an interesting alternative to standard pine swags.
For those who like Scandinavian interiors this staircase could become a great source of inspiration for Christmas.
Folded music sheet stars are a great way to spice up a simple garland on a staircase.
Turning staircase's banister into penguins sled is a great idea for those who want to make your decor more fun.
Red, burgundy and green are the common Christmas colors.
Placing the Christmas tree at the bottom of the staircase is a great alternative to all these boring garlands and ornaments on banisters.
A distressed frame is a great way to make your staircase' decor look rustic.
Here is a minimalist last minute idea to dress up the staircase for Christmas. Evergreens and ornaments is an ultimate combo!
Christmas decor is a great way to add splash of color to any monochrome interior.
Christmas lights can make any staircase look magical.
Loosely swagged pine ropings could be used on any staircase. Don't forget to add some details to them starting with ornaments.
The contrast between the different shades of green is always interesting. It's quite subtle but interesting.
Evergreen garland combined with simple white monogrammed stockings is a very effective way to decorate a staircase in a minimalist style.
Do you have a bunch of old plaid tablecloths? Use them to make some Christmas stockings for a mantel or for a staircase.
Two-toned ribbon ties could become a cool color splash on an evergreen swag.
Don't forget to add some lights to evergreen garlands on your staircase. Just make sure they are small and invisible.
Give the traditional staircase evergreen swag a burst of fresh color with gorgeous yellow ribbons.
Put wreaths on display beyond the front door. For example, on a stairway.
Oversized ribbon bowls looks gorgeous on any staircase.
Evergreen swags with red accents looks wonderful on any white staircase.
To dress your staircase for the holiday season, upgrade a garland of evergreen with beautiful seasonal pictures.
If you like simple and modern decor, try hanging small colorful decorations with simple shapes like balls and stars.
Turning a staircase into a stylish advent calendar is an interesting idea, right? That would make counting the days until Christmas much more fun.
You don’t have to limit the placement of wreaths to door only. As you can see here, they look gorgeous on staircases too. Just make sure to hang more than one of them.
Don't like Greens? Say goodbye to them and simply hang a bunch of ornaments on your staircase's railing.
Old-fashioned ice skates add a frosty touch to the traditional evergreen garland.
Here is a super simple and quick way to dress up the staricase. Simply hang a bunch of oversized flowers on banisters. Just make sure they are in different sizes and have seasonal colors.
The mix of white snowflakes and red ornaments look very chic and cool on the white guardrails.
Shiny golden décor is all you need to give a majestic look to your house.
Mason jar lanterns combined with pine trimmings and red ornaments could spice up each step's decor.
Architectural paper lanterns add traditional charm to the staircase.
Kids toys is a great alternative to ornaments to hang not only on a Christmas tree but on a staircase too.
Instead of swags of greenery trailing down the banister, try these evergreen bunches. Use florist's wire or ribbon to lash them to the banister posts.
Simple splashes of color looks amazing on all-white staircases.