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Cover the hall with these Christmas decorations With another holiday season around the corner, it's time to start thinking about festive decorations for the home. This year it's time to go all out, so throw away the tattered bows and the fake sneakers and give the decorations a review. The house will look much more festive and welcoming, which will impress anyone who crosses the threshold, even a normally critical family member. Here are some simple and cheap ways to cover the hall this holiday season. Subtle and organized are equally elegant When shopping for holiday decorations, take an organized approach. Buying decorations piecemeal can make the house look like a farm sale. Come up with a theme or color scheme and buy decorations that meet the criteria. This makes everything from one room to the other, giving a consistent look that is appealing to the eyes. Although there will be plenty of decorations regardless of the theme or colors you choose, avoid going overboard or buying something too spotty. Making the home look tasteful, not bleak, should be the goal. Leave the flashing signs for nearby laps and choose the more refined ornaments. Buy only adequate furnishings make each room look festive. If the guests feel that they are on Santa, you have gone too far. Let the scent fill the air From balsam branches to cinnamon sticks, nature provides fragrant furnishings for the home. Show these natural finds through the house. A vase of dried apple and orange slices in combination with cloves creates a festive table centerpiece when accented with a holiday arch. Toast some walnuts in the fireplace to let the appealing aroma pass through the house. Use the natural bounty to the full as these gifts are free and beautiful. Candles are another way to add scent to the home, but some people fear their flames. A wickless light heater filled with semi-spotted wax is the perfect option. A low watt lamp heats the wax and melts it at a safe temperature. The house will smell like a Christmas cottage, lush forest or exquisite holiday bakery. Heaters are available in different styles, including holiday designs, to complement the interior. Improve decorations with food Decorations will only go so far as to make people feel at home. Food is the ultimate comfort, especially during the holidays. Have homemade holiday cookies, spreads and pies on hand for anyone to stop by. Let children help with baking and choosing healthier versions of traditional recipes to reduce debt. This is a fun family project that teaches valuable skills and promotes bonding. Of course, nothing goes to a holiday meal so plan your menu to include all the best holiday foods such as turkey, roast beef and ham. Italian holiday dinners are special trees so embrace your culture and fill in this high season with pasta and seafood. Don't forget the dishes like sweet potatoes, green beans, spinach, filling and your famous cranberry sauce. Finish the meal with apple pie, pumpkin pie, pudding and other leaking desserts.