Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Gothic Christmas Decor

Due to my current work circumstances, there's not much decorating I can do for Christmas. After living in dorms for a few years where this was also the case (well, not that I couldn't, but by the end of the semester I was so fried I couldn't be bothered) I'm really starting to fantasize about when I can get an apartment, settle down, and madly dance around listening to Sisters of Mercy while stringing purple fairy lights and skulls wearing Santa Clause hats.



Until then, I am adding to my Gothic Christmas Pinterest board which has tons of inspiration for seasonal dark decor. Here's a sneak peak:


How are you decorating for Christmas this year? Do you like to Goth things up or do you keep them more traditional?

11 comments:

  1. After my marriage broke up, I stopped celebrating Christmas. It's been too painful for me. My daughter is now grown and lives out of state, and decorating for Christmas is something we always did together. My best friend and I were talking about this yesterday, and she suggested I make a dark Christmas tree or a theme I enjoy (such as Marvel/DC heros, or all IT/geek themed things). I hadn't considered a Gothic tree, and I just ADORE skulls and bats! :D Your pin has so many lovely items on it. I still may not do a tree this year as I don't have decorations, but that gives me ideas for next year. Thank you for sharing this! <3

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    1. You can put lights, candles, wreaths and other decor that doesn't require a tree. Or get a white/silver tree and decorate it with just lights and bows made out of your favourite ribbon colours. If you don't have energetic pets, you could hang some pendants and earrings you don't need as tree ornaments. Maybe your friend can help you decorate?

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  2. I have noticed that I'm now quite a christmas person. I would love to buy some more christmas decoration things but because i'm planning mooving on spring I now just try to not buy any more stuff.

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  3. We have an ominous orb of christmas cheer. It's a ball, wrapped in wrapping paper, and covered in christmas lights that hangs in the corner of the room. We always spend chirstmas with mum or dads parents so it's only a couple of things under the 'tree' at home

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  4. Ha, I go traditional. Full Christmas drag :)

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  5. I'll be away visiting friends for most of the Christmas period, so I'm not planning much in terms of decoration. I have a lovely black wreath, though, which I use every year.

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  6. I go more or less traditional style, but in my usual colors of black, purple and silver. I do use a very non-traditional tree: a spooky "Halloween" tree with Christmas ornaments.

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