As much as we love the traditions of trimming the tree and stringing up the lights, sometimes the annual repeat of the same holiday decor can start to feel a little, well boring. Let’s stir things up this year and weave a few new design ideas into our classic collections.
From modern folk to glitzy glam, we’ve got a few unique styles that will inspire a new kind of design dazzle for your home this holiday!
Looking to bring a little jolly green indoors, but not ready to haul a 7 foot pine tree up to your third floor apartment? This whimsical fern wreath is a seasonal statement will feel just as festive with an unexpected woodland femininity. Press your own fronds, and add a ribbon of your choice and we’re looking at one dapper DIY.
Let’s turn our tabletops into a white wonderland with minimalist, yet chic place card settings. We’re all about design that isn’t limited to once a year, so there’s no question that these lux logs will be showing up throughout our wintertime entertaining.
Nothing screams celebration like gilded glassware. This glitzy geometric pitcher and glass set will will be the life of every party and ring you into the new year with mega style. We’re thinking a chic bar cart project is in store for your holiday break, because this golden set deserves something pretty to be displayed on!
No tree? No problem! Why not bring in the wall weaving trend into your joyous abode? We’re loving the neutral tones and texture, which would look amazing as a featured vinette among midcentury wooden objects, brass candlesticks and a few fresh eucalyptus springs in a white handmade ceramic vase. Mid-Mod-bliss!
Why haven’t we thought of light fixtures as a holiday statement piece before!? A playful riff on the classic starburst chandie, this custom made snowflake stunner has our heads spinning with ideas of how to make our dining rooms glisten from above. Talk about a sparkling show stopper!
Kristin Guy is a Los Angeles based Creative Director and writer dedicated to creating food-centric lifestyle content for a wide variety of national outlets. She is a proven trend-hunter of well-designed kitchen / tabletop decor and a globe-trotting scout for the best places to eat, drink and shop for your home.