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Left: A simple arrangement of cypress and red berries give an instant Christmassy feel. Right: Single coloured lights and ornaments is a classy way to dress up a tree.

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Less is more when doing up a home for Christmas.

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Left: Group candles together to give an instant cosy feel. Right: Use fresh flowers and foliage for that scent of Christmas greens.

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Left: Hang a wreath on the wall to make it look less plain. Right: A Christmas wreath helps jazz up the dining table.

Deck The Halls

Experts share tips on how to get the best dressed home this festive season.
Dec 13, 2019 5:50 AM

IT’S CHRISTMAS, AND for enthusiastic home decorators, the temptation is to flood the halls with boughs of holly and tinsel. But more doesn’t necessarily mean merrier, warns Mike Tan, owner of lifestyle store Egg3, who also offers home styling services. “Less is more. Too much and the whole look

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