Your Guide to Holiday Home Décor

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Now that you’ve recovered from your Thanksgiving food coma, it’s time to make your holiday home décor list (and check it twice). Sprinkling the holiday spirit throughout your home is one of the secrets to a very merry Christmas — they’re small reminders as we go about your daily lives that the most wonderful time of year is almost here. Here’s your guide to holiday home décor.

Deck Your Walls

Add a little holiday cheer to your gallery wall or mantel with cheerful holiday art and photos. Swap out a few existing pieces and replace them once the holidays are over.


Holiday Christmas Chalkboard Poster

Let It Snow Christmas Canvas Print

Custom Photo Plaque

Custom Photo Holiday Art

Trim the Table

Set the table — even if no one’s coming over for dinner tonight. A well-dressed table makes every home feel warmer.

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Forest Green Laurel Wreath Monogram Plate

Antlers Berries and Pine Plate

Monogram Chevron Red Table Runner

Christmas Berry Wreath Runner

Ornate Green Cheeseboard

Sweeten the Deal

Serve something sweet after dinner or just because. Whether you’re hosting a holiday soiree or you’re just craving sweets, you’ll impress the masses with these spirited sweets.

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Cute Snowman Face Chocolate Covered Oreos

Chocolate Dipped Joy Oreos

Secret Santa Party Cake Pops


Cozy Up

Curling up with your favorite holiday classic is better when your couch fits the mood.
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Merry and Bright Holiday Pillow

Holiday Floral Throw Pillow

Rustic Chic Family Monogram Pillow

Aqua Quatrefoil Fleece Blanket

Folk Art Holiday Throw

Baby It’s Cold Outside Blanket

Add a little something new to your holiday home décor collection each year and you’ll never get bored when it comes time to unpack those boxed each year. Don’t forget to hang your custom stockings!

Merry decorating!





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