DIY Tips and Tricks: Must try these home decor, cleaning ideas for Christmas, New Year and holiday season

With Christmas and New Year celebrations just round the corner, Home décor for this holiday season becomes a key activity at home. But with the ongoing Corona Pandemic, Keeping Your Home clean has also become a necessity. With winter setting in, the dust and pollution will be increasing making the task of home cleaning even more important.

Below are some tips and guide for home decor and home cleaning for this holiday season by Siddhesh Varde Borkar, Country Business Leader managing the Consumer Business in 3M India:-

Home Décor

In the current times, it has become important to create a positive and calming atmosphere at home. people are spending most of their daily life indoors which can make them feel overwhelmed and distraught. Home décor needs to be redesigned to make your home feel like your personal sanctuary, your comfort zone. Also with the Christmas and New year holiday season just round the corner, Home décor becomes even more important. Make Your Home a Vibrant & Happy Place with positive Vibes with the help of below DIY décoration projects.

You can Start Christmas Decoration with the entrance Door. Hang a beautiful and Vibrant Christmas wreath on your entrance door. You

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Woman inspires neighbors to keep Christmas lights on until spring

With Christmas two weeks past, Lisa Ohmer recently found herself outside her Merion Village home finally hanging up her holiday lights.

January might be the time of year when most people are taking down their Christmas displays — not putting them up — but Ohmer had good reason for the belated festive decorating. Amid the uncertainties and anxieties of an unprecedented year, Ohmer never got around to hanging her lights prior to Christmas, as she typically does.

But as she was walking her dog the day after Christmas, she took a moment to revel in the splendid light displays that line the streets of her community. She then became sad to think that her neighbors might soon be dismantling the seasonal decorations.

An idea occurred to her: What if people were to simply leave their lights on display as a show of solidarity while the community weathers the coronavirus pandemic and, perhaps, as a sign of support for health-care workers?

“I was thinking of how cheerful it looked and how it would look when it’s gone, which is gray and gloomy,” said the 53-year-old Ohmer, a Realtor. “I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be nice if people just kept them up for

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