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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.
We love the combination of chartreuse and blue in these handmade beaded ornaments. The paisley design is trendy and traditional at the same time.
The sweet patterned fabric in this advent calendar reminds me of tea towels, so I would hang it up in the kitchen (especially a lovely kitchen with a fireplace).
You can always find cute handmade items on Etsy, and this Christmas tree garland is no exception. I like the simplicity.
This festive yule log is so adorable it almost doesn't even matter what's inside (almost). Stuff it with a handful of simple sweets and step back to see the big smile on the recipient's face when you hand it to them.
These whimsical stockings from Ballard Designs are fun and funky. Plus, you can personalize them for free! If you're not a traditionalist when it comes to holiday decor, these might be perfect for you.
These are just about my favorite ornaments. I not only like the look of these, but also love that they can be monogrammed and personalized. Add an initial or an anniversary — so cool.
Add a festive, wintry touch to your decor with our large blue and white rustic snowflake wreath, hand crafted from reclaimed barn wood and metal.
I am obsessed with these tiny porcelain ornaments. I think they are so simple and beautiful, and I love the red and white butcher's twine they are hung with. They'd be a perfect touch to a Scandinavian-inspired Christmas tree.
I love the thought of an elegant tree wearing nothing but these gorgeous crystal ornaments that resemble icicles.
This is the perfect Christmas tree for small spaces and city living! There's no mess, and it's easy to clean up and reuse year after year.
I love tons of white lights interwoven in white branches. For a smaller scale party, a few of these pre-lit branches would add plenty of atmosphere and be super easy to do.
Bring in the ultimate enchanted forest accoutrement: a real tree! I love the idea of picking out a second (much smaller) Christmas tree to keep in the bedroom. This basket tree skirt is perfect: rustic, simple and chic.
This is an easy DIY project, and it's super cute with a touch of glam. Spice up your holiday decor with this rustic silhouette.
I like that these twinkle lights have a translucent cord. I think they would look really great wrapped around a mantel.
This organized mess is the perfect shabby-chic way to entertain over the holidays. The Santa mugs are priceless.
This decorative garland, adorned with puffs of white, is the perfect way to fill the post-holiday decorating void. I would stretch out the festive spirit with a garland that reminds me that snowflakes are worth celebrating.
Burlap, twine and clothespins come together for a rustic and cute way to count down to Santa's arrival. I think it would look perfect with a simple mantelscape of twigs and red berries.
You kind of need to see these up close and in the light. Hand-sliced selenite is highly reflective and perfect for your tree or any corner of your home that needs brightening!
Everywhere I look, these cute white homes pop up. They remind me of the house-shaped ornaments my family had on the Christmas tree back home when I was little.
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What else could say Scandianvian Christmas like this beautiful Swedish lantern with a folk art design? Hang it in a picture window or entryway to welcome guests into your home.
Holiday color schemes also need not be followed: dress up your home with ornaments in unconventional colors, like this magenta glass sphere from West Elm.
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.
Monogrammed stockings with your guests' names hung on the mantel or the door knob are a fantastic way to say, “welcome home!” Let them take their stuffed stockings home as a gift of courtesy from you. Believe me, you can't go wrong with this gift.
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