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Decorating for Christmas without Red: Focus on natural materials: Seagrass, raffia, straw, and wood give a beautiful and rustic version of holiday décor. Natural browns, beiges, and dark chocolate hues of natural wood are good for fireplace mantels, holiday wreaths and Christmas tree décor. If you live in a rural or suburban environment, walk around your neighborhood or local park to find pine cones, branches, and rustic touches to add to your holiday home. Use greenery to bring in the color: When trying to find color, look to evergreen trees to add color and warmth to your interiors. From garland and mistletoe, to topiaries that greet your guests at the front entry. When decorating for the holidays, use color that is found around your home. If you live near water, consider bringing blues, and beiges in with your greenery. For urban homes, grab inspiration from artwork and furniture in your home. A form of green goes with every color in the rainbow. So be open to new colors, and not just the color red. Image courtesy of Pottery BarnBJ Riordan

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