Deck the halls (and every single room in your house) with our ultimate Christmas decorating guide. Holiday home decor doesn't have to be expensive or time-intensive to make a big impact. From Christmas tree decor to outdoor Christmas decorations and more, our holiday decorating ideas include clever tricks and tips to spread plenty of cheer this season.
This doubles as an adorable decoration—especially around the tree skirt. Fun fact: This 1950s No. 2065 locomotive features real steam and a two-tone whistle.
There's no need to stick to classic Christmas colors. This year, forego the red and green and opt for lighter shades, such as light pinks and blues, to really brighten your living room.
A vintage candy box makes for the sweetest tree stand for this tiny tannenbaum.
Use grown-up and schoolhouse staples—striped tape dispensers, festive flashcards, and folding rulers—to act as merry accents.
Holiday displays needn’t be limited to overtly Christmas-themed items. This collector has an assortment of of non-seasonal red-and-green goods—camp lanterns, decoware tins, coolers, , which she showcases year-round in a chippy green hutch. Come December, she peppers in her holiday favorites, which pair well with the more evergreen go-tos.
Almost anything can become a by simply tacking it on a wall and adding a ribbon, including this metal tree skirt. Other well-rounded candidates for wreath duty: old tires, wagon wheels, mirror frames, cookie tins, and barrel rings.
Broken bulbs? No problem! Even empty light and hold graphic charm and come in handy when adding height to holiday vignettes. Stacked from largest to smallest the bundle even mimics a tree shape!
come in all shapes and sizes, and your family may have collected quite the assortment over the years. Embrace the mismatch and gather a whole family of Saint Nicks to display grouped on a shelf.
The name “Putz” comes from the German word “putzen,” meaning "to decorate," and these are the perfect charming dwellings to adorn your mantel.
Christine and Gabe Bridger, the owners of this Michigan abode, added stockings and garland to their staircase to make it extra festive.
Crafting sessions take place around a dining room table complete with "trees" made from covered in and topped with .
A few merry adornments—such as a wreath and a few other holiday decor items—are just what your kitchen needs.
To make this Fraser fir creation, use a skewer to puncture a hole through an apple, close to the center, then string wire through the fruit and secure wire to the garland.
Add a simple string of garland anywhere—yes, even in the bathroom!—to make every inch of your home merry and bright.
Put your old winter gear to good use by simply stringing mittens together to make this craft that's perfect for a kids room.
Singer-songwriter Holly Williams, the owner of this Tennessee farmhouse, uses a 1960s Holly Beverage Co. soda crate filled with bottle brush trees to add festive cheer to her dining nook.
The and are in keeping with the porch’s country feel. add a festive flicker.
Placing family photos into your favorite wreath allows you to "celebrate" the holidays with family members who are no longer living.
A colorful string of is a fun addition to any kids' room.
Transform your master bedroom into a Christmas wonderland with a buffalo check blanket, which you can throw over your existing bedding, and fresh garland hung above your headboard.
Fresh greenery is a sophisticated way to add some seasonal beauty to any room—including the bathroom. Here, a single branch of princess pine brings the look and smell of Christmas to the space.
A pitcher full of wintertime berries can bring a little holiday spirit to any overlooked space like a bedroom, powder room, or office. Red bedding in a variety of patterns adds even more festive flair to this retreat.
A bushel of branches and a few pinecone pieces draped over a dining room light fixture make this everyday piece come alive for the holidays. Get the look by securing greenery of your choice with .
Choose pretty plaids for your wrapping paper and your gifts will become a display-worthy work of art. Round 'em all up to feature in your entryway on tables and even chairs.
Just a small touch of red and green brings Christmas cheer to this bathroom. Get the look by including one or two colorful accessories like holiday towels, art, or candles in your space.
Make dressers, armoires, and other storage pieces fit for a visit from Santa by hanging stockings from their pulls and drawers.
A petite white tree covered in red ribbons and pinecones makes for a simple but merry welcome in this entryway.