4 Ways to Add Christmas Spirit to Your Home

Christmas is right around the corner and there should be joyous holiday spirit everywhere. One of the most important places to feel the holiday spirit is right in your home. So, how do you incorporate that Chistmas cheer into the rooms in your home? Here are 4 ways to add Christmas spirit to your home.  


“The best way to spread Christmas cheer, is singing loud for all to hear.” At least, that’s what the popular holiday movie Elf states. Playing Christmas music in your home with a radio, television, or animated Christmas décor, is a great way to add Christmas spirit to your home. Especially if it’s the good old-fashioned Christmas carols, you are playing. If you need some inspiration, here are the best 100 Christmas songs of all time. 


One of the greatest things about Christmas is all the wonderful smells that come along with it. Cinnamon, cookies, hot chocolate, and peppermint are just a few of the wonderfully delicious aromas that fill the air around the holidays. To fill your home with Christmas scents you can bake a sweet treat and have the smell of the ingredients fill your home, or you can light a few Christmas scented candles instead. Here are some of the best Christmas scented candles for your festive home. 


A huge part of the Christmas season is the colorful, sparkling lights and decorations that fill homes both outdoors and inside. Adding string lights, wreaths on the door, and even inflatable characters on your lawn can help add Christmas spirit to your home. The options are limitless when it comes to Christmas decorations. Here are some tips for decorating your home for Christmas. 


One of the favorite Christmas traditions for many families is watching Christmas movies. Snuggle up with some warm blankets, make some hot chocolate and popcorn, and have a movie marathon with the family. There are so many great classic Christmas films to choose from. Watching movies that emphasize the spirit of the holidays helps you add Christmas spirit to your home. Check out the 100 best Christmas movies of all time for your holiday movie marathon.