Are you a little behind on transforming your home into the ultimate holiday home winter wonderland.  While hot chocolate, candy canes, and the sounds of sleigh bells help us get into the Christmas mood, it’s really your home decor that captures the true spirit of the holiday season. Whether your a creative DIYer or simply on the hunt for something that will resonate that holiday feeling, we’ve bundle up some of our favorite holiday decor pieces that will truly evoke the festive season and how you can go about integrating them into your home. 

Traditional Christmas Decorations With The Best of Holiday Faux-liage: Festive Garlands

Festive Garlands:

Nothing can elevate you home into a winter-scape than a festive garland that compliments the natural decor of your dwelling.  The fact that it’s so versatile means you can spruce up just about any surface of the home like a fireplace mantel or even a staircase. Bold reds can really add color to the home while fresh-looking evergreens can keep it simple yet cozy. And while mini ornaments can add to it, we love the idea of adding twinkling lights to add that holiday magic. We especially love the idea of intertwining it along an elegant staircase.

Traditional Christmas Decorations With The Best of Holiday Faux-liage: Winter Wreaths

Winter Wreaths:

An iconic piece of holiday decor, the Christmas wreath has been used for centuries. Aside from the pre-designed variations with traditional poinsettias and magnolias, get your creative juices flowing and DIY your own version with the help of a blank canvas like an artificial pine and pinecone wreath to create your own personalized touch to the holidays. Up the antee by adding ornaments or some oversize ribbon for maximum impact.

Traditional Christmas Decorations With The Best of Holiday Faux-liage: Fireplace Favorites

Fireplace Favorites:

For those of you who are blessed with a fireplace, take advantage! This grand stage allows for limitless inspiration. While the weather outside can be frightful, warm up the home with touches of faux evergreen branches or bright, red seasonal blooms that will add not only color, but will long outlive the holidays. We love the idea of a decorative artificial swag like a holiday hydrangea that will undoubtedly have you cozying up to the fireplace in no time.  

Traditional Christmas Decorations With The Best of Holiday Faux-liage: Trimmed Tabletops

Trimmed Tabletops:

Make an enchanting presentation with your holiday dinnerware with a stunning candelabrum - after all, nothing competes a holiday dinner table than the twinkling glow of dimly lit candles. If you’re looking for something truly festive, nothing says Christmas like poinsettias and pine but if you prefer something more modern and elegant that can easily transition out of the holidays, try one that displays life-like hydrangeas or magnolia in all white. Not only are they a sophisticated addition to holiday decor, but they can outlast the winter way into the new year.

Traditional Christmas Decorations With The Best of Holiday Faux-liage: Accented Doorways

Accented Doorways:

The limits on making the home inviting are endless - even those empty doors and hallways. With our elegantly shaped teardrops, available in an exceptional range of artificial flowers, berries, and leaves, you can be sure to enhance the holiday season all throughout the home.  Encourage a little romance within the home with a mistletoe inspired version of artificial boxwood berries.

Traditional Christmas Decorations With The Best of Holiday Faux-liage: Spirited Barcarts

Spirited Bar Carts:

Leave no surface undecorated!.  Considering that the holidays are the perfect excuse to get together for a hot toddy or some traditional eggnog, make sure your bar cart looks just as impressive as the rest of the home. Artificial holly stems placed in a vase or a trio of red, faux hydrangeas in miniature glass vases provide for the perfect red accent. If you looking for more extravagant dressing for a coffee table or on a dresser, opt for a small arrangement of life-like magnolias trimmed with pine.

*All imagery shown here is purely inspiration; Source: Pinterest

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