562 Eclectic Holiday Decorations
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.
I especially like ornaments with clips, like this colorful peacock with its peacock feather tail. Several of these would be wonderful for an indoor wreath or for adorning a garland on the mantel.
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.
The colors in this peacock are so beautiful and such a fun spin on holiday decorating. Each one comes with a clip, so you can attach them to a wreath or any item of your choice.
Inexpensive centerpieces can be made using glass vases you already have around the house. Fill with natural elements like pebbles and tree branches that your kids can help you gather, and string with these felted acorns.
These salt shaker snow globes are right at the spot where Old World tradition meets modern holiday style. From simple table decor to a unique hostess gift, the opportunities are endless when it comes to this nostalgic find.
I really, really love these. I think they'd add a nice harvest look to a rustic table. They'd be awfully hard to burn and see melt away.
Seasonal pillows are such a quick — and comfy — way to add Halloween decorations to any room. I love how big that skull is too.
Rest Your Head Pillow
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?
We masses are so lucky that David Starck has a line at West Elm. These twigs wrapped in text are graphic and unique, perfect for someone who likes to decorate for the holidays without clogging up the vacuum with all the pine needles and tinsel.
This turquoise, sequined tree skirt reminds me of a mermaid's fin — my daughter would go nuts for this.
We have a wide selection of winter owls for you to choose from to help achieve a beautiful "Winter Chalet" Christmas theme!
White Decorative Owls
I love this spooky table runner. The ink blots and spider designs would look great on a modern tablescape.
I used tons of white branches in my decor. Get a large vase and add these branches for a Winter Wonderland effect.
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?
Halloween Coir Mat
This line features products that have been hand crafted. Small differences in shape, size, surface, and finish should be expected and lend individuality and charm to each piece.
Let's face it: If Valentine's Day happens on a busy morning, you'll want an easy way to celebrate that still says I love you. This lets you say it on your morning toast.
Make it look like your meals just came from a fresh garden with this adorable carrot plate set. Serve side salads, appetizers or even your homemade carrot cake on them to wow guests.
This is such an innovative approach to a wreath, to Halloween and to the use of skulls. How unusual!
Now this is a stocking that is begging to be filled with goodies! Santa certainly won't miss this bold and bright stocking as he comes down the chimney.
Shopping in the off season saves you tons, and this leopard tree skirt would make your holidays super stylish!
Cheetah Tree Skirt
I indulged in a set of these Otomi-influenced stockings this Christmas. The teal and red colors together make for a fun take on traditional holiday colors.
This spooky skull punch bowl is the perfect centerpiece for guests to mingle around while waiting on your most spook-tacular dishes.
Here is another fantastic Christmas ornament to hang on the tree. I love that they are retro inspired.
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