Stores have turned to the happy songs, weekend shopping is getting just a bit hairy and festive décor is popping up everywhere. So how can your holiday décor holding up? Whether you are loyal to traditional bits or are thinking about a new holiday look, we’ve collected a few of the year’s best holiday products for you to peruse. Take a peek and see if anything strikes your fancy. Happy shopping and happy holidays!
Diamond-Printed Napkin – $20
For an eclectic touch, blend formal dinnerware with jewelry that is casual, like these diamond published napkins from West Elm. There’s no requirement to be overly fancy when observing with friends and family.
Oliver Peppermint Stick Appetizer Plate – $2.95
Sneak a sense of humor into your appetizer plates together with an Oliver Peppermint Stick plate from CB2. It will keep everyone smiling well after the snacks are gone.
12 Days of Christmas Canapé Plates – $79
West Elm’s 12 Days of Christmas Canapé Plates offer a lighthearted approach to serve anything from snacks to salad.
Beaded Coasters – $8
Avoid the inevitable red wine stain on the coffee table with these festive beaded coasters out of West Elm. A hint of silver will enhance the holiday spirit in your house.
Celebration Dinnerware – Red – $35.80
These red dishes from Z Gallerie are magnificent on a table, nevertheless equally as elegant on your desk next fall. You can not conquer dishware which will work for over 1 season.
Twisted Twine Placemats – Natural Set of 4 – $23.80
Pair those plates with Z Gallerie’s Twisted Twine Placemats for a textured backdrop reminiscent of winter’s bare branches.
Dinnerware – $240
Regardless of what holiday you observe, the classic quality of Horchow’s Splendidus Dinnerware provides a classy and traditional air to your desk.
“Holly Sprig” Candy Dishes – $40
Chocolate bowls are always welcome, particularly in the form of elegant holly sprigs like these dishes from Horchow.
Cast Glass Menorah – $39
Candles are an significant part decorating for any holiday; their shine helps capture the soul. This Cast Glass Menorah out of West Elm is so fragile it looks as if it can melt until the candles.
Manzanita Candelabra, Silver – $99
To get a more simplistic presence, consider that the Manzanita Candelabra, also from West Elm.
Silver-Plated Reindeer Candelabra – $149
Reindeers are always welcome during the holidays, so why not put one to use? Does this silver sculpture add an elegant flair, but it also provides a little soft lighting.
Green Elf Candleholder – $6.95
Who explained elves were only good for creating toys? In accordance with CB2, they’re also very excellent candleholders.
Starry String Lights, Amber Lights on Copper Cable – $15
I love that the Starry String Lights from Restoration Hardware because they’re more modest and delicate than traditional bulbs, so they add just the correct amount of twinkle to anything from mantels to centerpieces to branches.
Magnolia Wreath, Silver – $69.95
This year, think outside the box concerning a wreath. The silver Magnolia Wreath from Z Gallerie combines understated glam with traditional leaves.
Feather Wreath, White – $19
Or, have a little fun with all the posh Feather Wreath from West Elm. Its soft feel and white coloring is reminiscent of a winter’s snowfall.
Conventional Holiday Decorations – $50
Want to give your mantel a jovial burst of color and pattern? Consider Horchow’s Suzani print stockings. All these patterns are so filled with life you may find they’re still hanging come spring.
Modern Holiday Decorations – $98
Or, go the more traditional route — with a twist. Horchow’s Jester stockings blend the timeless Christmas color scheme using a cheerful sense of humor.
Marimekko Black and White Gift Wrap – $7.95
Time for gift-wrapping … and newspaper which will operate across the board. The beauty of Crate & Barrell’s Marimekko newspaper is that regardless of what your loved ones or friends observe, the design and color scheme remains festively appropriate.
Modern Holiday Accents And Figurines – $9
From real presents to imitation ones, these very affordable gold gift boxes out of Pier 1 are the perfect addition to a corner or vignette that requires a little holiday aid.
Modern Holiday Decorations – $84
Why waste your time on mistletoe as soon as you’re able to get gold singing balls out of Horchow? Caution: They do not come with breath mints, so be sure you stock up.
Novelty Holiday Candles – $12
I don’t understand what it’s about this particular plump, goofy-looking Santa Claus candle which makes me laugh every time I look at it. He is almost too funny to place aflame!
“Keeper of the Flock” Snowman Figure – $138
Let’s face it, there’s always space for a Snowman statue during the holiday season. That is particularly true when he’s part angel, like the “Keeper of the Flock” figurine from Horchow.
“Pat” and “Buffy” Christmas Cat Figures – $108
Bear in mind, there’s no need to feel connected to tradition during the holidays. “Pat” and “Buffy” come adorned with presents and holly, and they’re merely a hoot.
Colored Glass Sphere Ornaments – $9
Holiday color schemes do not need to be traditional; dress up your house with ornaments in unconventional colours, like those glass bottoms from West Elm.
Sign Language Peace Ornament – $5.95
Regardless of what holiday you celebrate, this ornament from CB2 speaks to every faith this season.