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.
When paired with fresh garland, a vintage star light makes a statement on the mantel of the Junk Gypsies' inn in Round Top, Texas.
We're suckers for a good Mason jar craft. Create cute Christmas ornaments from canning lids.
An old potato chip pail provides the perfect place for this mini Christmas tree.
Make over the tabletops in your home with inexpensive tartan blankets, scarves, tablecloths, and more. It's the easiest and fastest way for adding some festive flair to any room, according to blogger Nora Murphy, who uses thrifted wool blankets in her home.
Vintage flea market grain sacks make for cute stockings in this Midwest farmhouse.
tied to red-and-white striped makes for a cute advent calendar to hang above your oven range.
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Garland is the perfect accessory for every room in your home during the holidays. Case in point: The mantel of this home is outfitted with a garland of fresh pine, cedar, and holly.
These Midwest farmhouse owners gave their bedroom some festive flair around the holidays with a mini tree outfitted with ornaments that accent their decor.
Everyone knows wreaths look great on windows and doors, but why not add them to your kitchen and pantry cabinets too? Opt for brightly hued ornaments to add punch, or neutral ones to add elegance to your wreath, and then display it on storage pieces in sight like these Michigan farmhouse owners did.
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Wrap your gifts in different but matching patterns of plaid, and display them in a wheelbarrow adjacent to the Christmas tree.
Shiny Brites and vintage college pennants add a retro touch to a basic pine garland.
When it comes to holiday decorations, we say, the bigger the better. This supersize wreath—made with foraged materials—adds texture and interest to the simplistic fireplace found in this California lakeside cabin.
Stockings, colorful ornaments, and plenty of wrapped presents liven up the entryway of this Tennessee home.
A dining room table display of and Christmas village homes adds a permanent pop of green during the holiday season.
In the living room of this California cabin, a massive stone fireplace and quilt-covered armchairs make for a cozy storytelling station.
The owner of this California cabin uses red year-round as an ode to the words of Charles Dickens: "I will honor Christmas in my heart, and try to keep it all the year." The tree is peppered with pennants from National Parks and roadside attractions.
No snow in your neck of the woods? Stack hay bales in a Christmas tree shape, then drape lights across the front and top with a Lone Star State-approved star.
A wreath in the shape of a star, bright and cheery presents, and country-style stockings create the perfect Christmas scene.
Look no further than your backyard for the makings of a pretty table runner. Wood slices add a rough-hewn touch and can also log time as chargers or makeshift cake stands. For a whimsical place setting, slide good old handwritten namecards into the slots of vintage sleigh bells (we found these on eBay) and give new meaning to "be there with bells on."
Holiday-appropriate plaid accents, like the throw on the ladder and the scarf on the caribou, add timeless charm, while vintage wrapping paper ups the nostalgia factor in this Tennessee living room.
Vintage stockings, a simple evergreen garland, and some retro paper Christmas decorations are all this farmhouse mantel needed to dress up for the season.
Nestled in a minnow bucket, a small tree with pennants and arrows tucked in reinforces the camp vibe of this California cabin. (Archery, anyone?)
Vintage Christmas decorations scored from antiques malls add rustic charm to a living room grounded in neutrals.
Add some instant red-and-green cheer to any area of your home with a boxwood garland and a display of crisp red apples.
Use pushpins to secure green handkerchiefs (and a brown hankie "stump") to the wall or a bulletin board for a nothing-to-sniff-at display.
A swag of greenery wrapped with gold baubles adds sparkle to this Tennessee home's entryway.
A weathered wood crate centerpiece brings good tidings to the room, while greenery hangs above the table and mirrors.
Hung inside an old hotel key cabinet, numbered gift tags adorned with tiny ornaments make for a homespun Christmas countdown.