Christmas home decor has been one of my favorite things about owning a house. It’s been a joy to create a festive, welcoming space for family and friends to gather throughout the holidays. After rounding up some holiday outfits for women a couple days ago, I wanted to keep the spirit going with a mood board of the Christmas decor I currently have my eye on—even if realistically I know I already have enough! I believe decorating is all about balance, especially when it’s seasonally inspired. Too much and it feels overwhelming, but too much and it simply feels sparse. My best advice is to incorporate at least a few coordinating (not overly matchy) elements into every space, spread out around the room, and layer in from there. It’s an art form you’ll get better at every year and I’m excited to continue to perfect!
Kirkland’s Christmas Bell Garland
This bell garland is both rustic and vintage-inspired, and has the power to really dress up a tree, especially if you have more cohesive and neutral ornaments to complement it. In my opinion, it would be just as lovely strung across a mantle or possibly even a bookshelf.
Kirkland’s Frosted Pampas and Berries Wreath
I think flocking can add some whimsicality to Christmas home decor, which matches well with the season. The mix of neutral tones and textures in this wreath is really beautiful, as are the faux micro icicles.
Williams-Sonoma Red Tartan Oven Mitt & Pot Holder Set
Little touches can make a make a big impact! Tartan is so festive, and I love the idea of elevating our cooking or serving a meal with this oven mitt and pot holder set.
Target 2.5′ Unlit Flocked Potted Artificial Christmas Tree
A mini tree like this can be a striking way to spread more of your Christmas home decor and ornaments around the house. Like I said before, I’m a big fan of flocking. Because of it, you could actually leave the tree as-is for a more minimalist look.
Pottery Barn Rough Cast Brass Pillar Candleholders
If you’re someone who prefers their Christmas home decor to be more versatile, I think the texture on these candleholders is absolutely stunning. You could leave them out all year and just switch up the candle colors to bring the seasonality.
Kirkland’s Cedar & Mixed Pine Arrangement
Unique, inexpensive accents can be hard to find, but I think this arrangement fits the bill. It’s also helpful that you can buy every part as one piece!
Pottery Barn Stewart Plaid Cotton Tea Towels Set of 2
As I mentioned before, I love small accents that end up taking a space to the next level! Kitchens tend to be very neutral, and adding a touch of tartan like these tea towels is an easy way to bring holiday color.
Pottery Barn Starburst Handcrafted Metal Tree Collar
This tree collar is simply beautiful. Handmade items are incredibly special, and I just love how you can hook lights along the inside to make the stars glow like the tree.
Kirkland’s White Wood Beaded Garland
Simple garland like this can go a long way in adding variety and volume to a tree. I especially appreciate the different sizes as I do think it makes even more of a statement.
Pottery Barn Premium Flickering Flameless Tree Candle
Though I will always prefer real candles, these ones absolutely have their place in Christmas home decor, especially if you’re looking for literal yet beautiful pieces. I would probably style these on a mantle or shelf as to not draw attention to the faux flames and detract from the cozy holiday mood.
Kirkland’s Jingle Bells & Berries Candle Centerpiece
Though I really enjoy styling a table, I realize it doesn’t come naturally for everyone. Therefore a pre-designed centerpiece like this one can be a quick and easy way to bring Christmas cheer to your tablescape.