Every year, we sing about decking the halls, so why do we forget to actually deck them out? Luckily, styling this area isn't as nerve-racking as bigger-ticket items like the tree. You just need to decide on a vibe, then pick out a few products to really transform the space. From vintage-inspired skis to flamingo string lights, these products will help you take your holiday home decor to the next level.
A gingerbread theme is playful and fun, so why not go all out? Candy-inspired touches — like these multicolored lights and this tree display — are reminiscent of ingredients you might find in a gingerbread kit. Of course, you can't forget to add a gingerbread figurine to tie everything together.
Christmas on the Beach
Putting up the same Santa figurine year after year can get a little bit stale. This go-around, turn traditional holiday decor on its head with tropical vibes. Revamp your interior with a beach theme — think wreaths made with summer foliage, stockings that belong in a beach house, and whimsical flamingo lights.
Pretend you spent the day hitting the slopes, and bring the après-ski vibes into your home. Go all out with wintry-inspired decor, like this snow-capped garland that feels like it came straight off the mountain. Add on-theme touches, like a sign that's reminiscent of vintage skiing gear or snow-covered figurines. All that's left to do is pass the hot cocoa.
For this theme, the more lighting there is, the better. Start by placing small accents throughout the hall, like this retro sign. Brighten up a dark corner by hanging additional lighting, like these string lights or this star display, to create a warm and inviting ambience in an instant.
Christmas Tree Farm
One of the best parts of the holidays is picking out a tree with your family. You can re-create that nostalgic mood with greenery-inspired decor. Look out for items that feel like they were plucked off the farm, from a holiday sign to a faux pine garland. Accessorize with functional pieces, like this adorable candle holder, and you're ready to celebrate.
Design: Samantha Shin
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