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I love how these mercury glass ornaments look. I'd spell out my names and maybe some fun holiday phrases.
I've been on a Christmas village kick lately, and these white house lights are just my style. They would look so cute hung in a child's room.
Stråla Light Chain
Let each guest personalize their own mini mailbox. Order these online or hit up the dollar spot at Target before they're all snapped up.
Stråla Pendant Lamp
Deck the guest bathroom with holiday cheer. A Santa Claus soap dispenser and toothbrush holder are the perfect finishing touches for the holidays. To make things even better, fill up your dispenser with yummy cinnamon-scented soap. Your guests will love it.
This is quilted comfort and joy in the form of a simple tree skirt. It's perfect for the home reflecting a relaxed yet elegant approach to Christmas decorating.
This modern take on the nativity is cheerful and sweet. It's sure to be a favorite among kids and adults alike.
I couldn't resist buying some of these the other day. I think they'll look so lovely nested in the branches of my simple tree. I love the look of laser-cut wood.
This is such an easy to achieve idea for a stylish and eye-catching party welcome — just strike a match and you're ready to go. After all, with drinks to pour and food to prepare, instant decor is useful for us all!
Yes, please — more burlap! This wreath is classic and beautiful. I love the flower detail and would love to see this hanging on a pretty mirror.
Crack some holiday nuts with this shiny silver reindeer nutcracker. I gave this to my parents this year, as it's a family holiday tradition to always have bowls of nuts lying around to chomp on. I thought this was a fun new way to enjoy the tradition.
If you're the type that likes to have a Christmas tree in every room of the house, this would be perfect for some added decoration. It would also work well to nestle in all the holiday cards.
Contemporary Christmas Tree
Battery-powered mercury glass lights are such a fun way to accent a holiday vignette. String them across your mantel or breakfast hutch.
Ferm Living Cloth Advent Calendar
I was tickled pink by the Candlesticks United menorah. The menorah was used a symbol of unity in Biblical times. The use of candlesticks from ceremonies past, found and reused in a collaborative effort to create one new menorah, has a beautiful sentiment to it. This piece is from the portfolio of...
Shimmery mercury glass pumpkins look beautiful and elegant alongside flickering candles. Try lining these up on your mantel or down your dining table.
Twisted into evergreens or simply left on its own, this antique-inspired garland is a subtly beautiful way to add a bit of holiday glitter and glow.
I love the whimsical look of this branch-filled garland. It'd be perfect on your fireplace mantel all throughout the fall season or even along a runner on your table.
These adorable boxes can be used as an advent or just as a decoration for your home. They can be stacked on a table or glued to a backing for hanging.
If you think crepe paper streamers are cliche, try draping your mantel with a quirky banner like this one instead.
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.
While I'm not a fan of '70s decor, I can definitely get on board with this beaded curtain. It's a clever way to make your room-to-room transitions more festive, or you can tack it to a blank wall for some textural art.
Even if you live in a small apartment, this 48-inch tree with white lights will add the perfect holiday sparkle to your room.
Reed Chair Ornament
This cream-colored deer has the perfect antlers for those extra ornaments. I would reserve this for the most sentimental ones I have collected.
Cream Ornamental Deer
Don't forget Chinese New Year. You can teach your kids about other cultures by celebrating Chinese New Year. These red envelopes are perfect for gift giving. Tuck small items like jewelry or coins inside them to bring good luck for the New Year.
As birds of a feather, these salad plates are a great addition to a Thanksgiving table. They could easily mix with white dinnerware for a festive feel.
The pages of your favorite book can literally hang from your tree! I think this would be pretty with pieces of children's books inside, too.
Reindeers are always welcome during the holidays, so why not put one to use? Not only does this silver sculpture add an elegant flair, but it also provides a touch of soft lighting.
Any ornament that looks like a cross between a disco ball, a piñata and a diamond works for me. These sparkly ornaments are festive and fun in all the right ways.