14 Fresh Ways To Decorate Your Home For The Holidays
‘Tis the season for all things festive! From dusting off your Michael Bublé Christmas album to trying your hand at some holiday crafts, we’re ready for the most wonderful time of the year as soon as November hits. If you’re ready to deck the halls as much as we are, scroll down to discover 14 fresh takes on classic holiday decorating (plus, a fun DIY project)!
The New Wreath
Try an everlasting rather than an evergreen wreath this season. A mod, metal holiday accent doesn’t just dress up a front door, it also shines on tabletops and mantels.
The New Tabletop
When adding investment pieces to your holiday table, be sure that any seasonal designs are subtle enough that you’ll want to use them year-round.
Pop open these goodie-filled party favors for a cheery element of surprise.
Cast a warm and inviting glow at your dinner table with stylish candlesticks that celebrate the season.
The quiet festive motifs on this dish — a garland, bows and bells — will never go out of style.
Both hardworking and good-looking, a wood-handled carving set is an essential addition to any holiday feast.
The New Heirloom
Start a tradition by picking a worthy keepsake to cherish for years to come. For example, a Christmas pyramid updated with a coat of white paint can become a staple of the season over time.
Intricate beading makes this stocking something special.
A timeless teak and brass tree stand is a handsome upgrade.
A focal point on any tablescape, this striking menorah is both elegant and celebratory.
Lined up along the mantel, these comrades promise gravitas and whimsy.
The New Advent Calendar
A fun way to count down the days before the 25th, advent calendars can also be a stylish decorating move. Whether they’re handmade or store-bought, they bring a merry mood to your space. Click here for the full instructions.
Featuring a 3D shape, this spruced-up advent calendar is a perfect complement to your seasonal display.
Fill these miniature homes with sugary confections of your choice for a sweet calendar that can be reused for years to come.