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Have a red-and-white holiday



RED geometric accent chair

If you live in a small space or are struggling with a super busy schedule, it’s still possible to bring Christmas to your home with a little help from SM Homeworld. Make your home merry and bright with creatively designed red and white pieces from SM Homeworld.

Red and white, after all, are traditional Christmas colors, and they bring cheer to any room. It’s a fun, functional, and modern way of bringing the holiday spirit to your home, bringing a festive feel as you entertain friends and family members.

And the good news is that these red and white home furniture and accessories will still be in style after the holidays and beyond, bringing in the punchy energy of red and the soothing quality of white.

Multiple Choice tableware with berry design

Here are some red and white decorating tips for the holidays and beyond from SM Homeworld.

Have one accent piece, like a red accent chair or barstool that will make a strong statement. White-colored furniture like a table will make a good balance.

Make your living room Christmas cozy by adding red throw pillows that look best with a white sofa.

Home accessories like a red mood lamp bring a Christmas ambiance with no fuss.  Wonderfully white vases and picture frames will make a charming contrast.

RED Dolce Gusto coffee maker

Entertain in holiday style with a Christmas-designed plate and napkin.

Kitchen helpers like food processors, juicers and coffee makers in red and white not only make work easy, but also add a holiday ambiance to your kitchen.

The red and white collection is available at the Homeworld Department of SM Stores.


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