541 Eclectic Holiday Decorations
Finding good decorations for the holidays comes down to two characteristics: Unique is good, but classic is better. If you plan on spending money on something to spice up your home during Christmas or Halloween, make sure it’s something that you’ll be able to use for more than one season, and isn’t something you’ll see on the door of every holiday party you go to. The ideal purchase is decor that can be used for multiple holidays or special occasions. Try to pick Valentine’s Day decor that could also work for a little girl’s birthday party, Fourth of July decorations that can be used for other summer parties, and holiday decor that can stay out through New Year’s Eve. More
If you love the pine tree look but think it's a bit traditional and stuffy for you, why not opt for a tree in a fun color?
It might not be for everyone, but we would be remiss if we didn't at least put it out there, right? We think this bright and cheerful tree takes "Blue Christmas" to an entirely new level.
I've been looking for ages for a pink Christmas tree. I finally found this one from Rice. Decorate it with some colorful ornaments for a little girls' room, or put it in your living room — if you dare.
I think everyone needs some sort of animal sculpture in their home, so how about a reindeer for Christmastime?
This set of charming and detailed pockets for silverware would be a great addition for a fun kids' Christmas table.
If dogs are part of your family and you want to include them in the tree-trimming, add these glamorous treats - ornaments shaped like Milk Bones.
Because I live in Charlotte, N.C., the “Queen City,” I’m always drawn to crowns. This ornament is so over the top — in a good way!
One of the things I love about Scandinavian design is the folk art. These tree decorations are a beautiful representation of traditional folk art and are perfect for Christmas.
Lino Print Tree Decorations
Display your Halloween cupcakes with flair. These spider cupcake holders add a little spooky to your Halloween party. I bet some of these would walk away!
Talk about a sweet way to wrap up a gift. These gingerbread "gift tags" come with a food-safe pen, so you can write who it's to and from without ruining the treat.
If you are a little more unconventional, how about adding this bright flamingo ornament to your tree? It will certainly add a touch of pizzazz to any room.
Modern Lace. Flash some style with The Holiday White Doilies, Set of 6, from Mr Somebody And Mr Nobody. This collection of cardboard doilies features a whimsical cutout design of tricked-out sedan. Use them as quirky, unique placemats that you can reuse again and again, or frame them on a boldly...
Your guest will never guess that these ghoulish skulls are salt and pepper shakers. They're perfect for your Halloween dinner.
This is such an innovative approach to a wreath, to Halloween and to the use of skulls. How unusual!
These are fun throw pillows that will give your favorite chair a little "spook" factor. For the price, you definitely can't pass up this opportunity to decorate your home for Halloween. I like that they look handmade, too.
With Halloween just around the corner, I can't resist these! They're an awesome way to reuse wine barrels.
Witty proclamations suitable for hanging during select seasons. Laugh out loud expressions of silliness that explain why we shouldn’t take everything so seriously. Right, Santa?
Sur La Table's spider cake stand will add a hair-raising touch to your Halloween dessert presentation.
This is the perfect ornament for that friend who is too engrossed in a Madden football game to bother trimming the tree.
It wouldn’t be the holidays without a little sparkle, and this sequined stocking definitely takes things up a notch.
Unique handmade ornaments add character to your tree. Mix and match, and it will look so much better.
BA-NA-NAS. We all need a sock monkey, so how about a set of four mini ones for the tree? Add these to for some chimp-y cheer.
Berry delicious! Hang these chocolate-dipped strawberries from your tree to add some yumminess without the guilt.
These peppermints, peach rings and gumballs look so real, I'd almost take a bite from them. Use this string to decorate your tree or to add some glee to a stairwell.
A Christmas tree should not be too serious if you ask me. I would definitely use these parrots to add fun to mine.
Parrot Ornament, Green/Blue
These sisal peacock table ornaments are a wonderful idea for a dining table centerpiece, a sideboard or a mantel. Use them with the clip-on peacock ornaments for a beautiful chinoiserie display.
Color and character is what you'll get when you adorn your branches with these ornaments. I love the festive and bright hues, and I think they're the perfect pop of color for a tree that's not afraid to walk on the wild side.
Bow wow! Who doesn't love a little pup on their tree? These are perfect for the dog lover. Hang one of these little pooches on a branch to add some punchy personality to your Christmas tree.
Hang this very elegant pair of hand-painted peacock ornaments from a bonsai tree for an easy and chic alternative to a large Christmas tree.
Peacocks look great on a Tiffany-inspired tree. Don't be afraid to use the whole range of aqua blues, from the most pale to the most teal. Once all the ornaments are on the tree, the range of monchromatic color is very striking.
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