What’s Your Perfect Holiday Color Palette? Vote Now!
As much as we love to deck the halls with shades of red and green, these days any color can feel festive with the right amount of holiday sparkle. From calm and bright winter whites to a sweet sugar plum palette, we have all the holiday color palette inspiration you need right here. Grab a cup of eggnog and hit ‘vote’ on the scheme that fills you will holiday cheer!
To keep an all-white palette from looking stark, layer in texture and different shades of cream, ivory and silver. A silk skirt adds a dash of luxury and compliments the faux snow-dusted branches.
Get inspired by the slightly muted colors of vintage ornaments that have faded over time to give your space a nostalgic feel. Red and green play foil to the softer tones of pink, blue and gold in this cheerful palette.
Corinne Isherwood, co-owner of succulent design company Botany Living, lets natural materials inspire her Christmas decor. Presents wrapped in simple kraft paper, pine cones and bits of greenery throughout her house create an effortless look that appeals to the minimalist.
For a festive, yet untraditional holiday statement piece, string a playful pompom garland across your mantel. Shades of mauve, plum and purple mingle to make a sweet combination of colors.
Learn how to make your own DIY: Pompom Garland.
Swap silver for gold for an update on the classic Hanukkah palette. When placed against the deep midnight blue of the table, the gold gelt (chocolate coins) and vintage brass dish shine as bright as a menorah on the eighth night of this Jewish holiday.
Mixing metals offers a glamorous look on Jillian Harris’s tree, which is decked out in flecks of rose gold, copper and silver. Vintage mercury-glass ornaments, family heirlooms and twinkle lights give this showstopper tons of holiday sparkle.
Take inspiration from Santa’s suit and opt for a sea of ruby, crimson and scarlet. Bring wow-factor to gifts by adding 3-D toppers in rich red hues, like this spiky star and paper ball.
Learn how to make DIY: Paper Holiday Crafts.
Homeowner Susan Dryer dresses her tree with dozens of vintage ornaments that she has collected over the years, which add sentimental value to her home. An eclectic mix of bright and colorful tree toppers add plenty of festive cheer.
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The colors in this gift-wrapped wreath would look equally as lovely under the tree. Replace classic Christmas red with blue and bring in cool tones like navy, olive, sapphire and cyan to create an icy palette that feels anything but cold.
Pull from the juicy tones in these presents and be fearlessly festive this holiday season. A daring combination of chartreuse, fuchsia, red, black and white will deliver a stylish dose of drama.