Whether you’ve already started decorating for the holidays or you wait until Thanksgiving ends, I wanted to share of my fave things out there right now to help with making your home more festive this year! So we’re starting our gift guides this year with home decor so you can get the pieces you love just in time for the holiday season. Some items are specific to the holiday while some can be used year round, too! Check it out…
Everglow Lightcatcher (Large $48) – We have a few of these in the studio hanging near a window (east/west facing windows are the dream). They can be hung anywhere that catches natural light and makes for such a fun sparkle in the afternoons!
Mammoth and Minnow Serving Dish ($102) – Each dish is handmade and fired in small batches with production time running approximately 4-6 weeks. Now’s the time to order for the end-of-year holidays.
CB2 Taper Candle Holder ($100) – Made of unlacquered brass, this candle holder will patina beautifully over time. It works well for holiday entertaining or year round. Keep the candles neutral with white or gold, or add blue, green or red candles for a brighter table!
Brass Garland from CB2 ($50) – I love this chic update to a garland that feels chic and sophisticated. Solid brass garland offers a festive accent when draped over a mantel or running across a table.
Glass Candy Dish from CB2 (Small $30 Large $40) – Who doesn’t want to grab a piece of candy from these candy dishes? Handblown smoke-colored glass forms a dish bowl and matching lid floating between sleek amber glass rods for a piece that’s both beautiful and functional.
Knit Stocking from Target ($15) – Add a pop of color to your stocking situation with this vibrant striped design in bright rainbow hues.
Color-Changing Light Strand from Terrain ($68) – With 16 million color choices, you can customize your Christmas color lightscape to your changing themes each year. They are outdoor-ready, so you can transform your yard into a holiday wonderland.
Stocking Holder from West Elm ($45) – With a solid marble base, glass beads, and hand-cast bronze metal, this vintage-inspired stocking holder makes for a great way to hang the stockings on a mantel, staircase, or ledge.
Cody Foster Glass Trees (or pink) ($230) – While a bit pricier, this set of five decorative mercury glass trees comes in hues of green in various shapes and sizes on a gold foiled base. I have some of these, and they are truly as classic decor piece that add great color and texture for the holidays!
Honeycomb Trees from Bonjour Fete ($23) make for a fun and festive addition for a holiday party. Use them all together or in smaller clusters, they’re perfect as a centerpiece or focal point for a kids or family-friendly party.
Nutcracker from Target ($10) – Add a fun twist to your holiday display with this Wood Nutcracker. This wood nutcracker figurine is painted in yellow and white and showcases a sculpted finish with a white sword in one hand for a playful look.
Jungalow Menorah ($30) – Celebrate the festival of lights in elegant style with the Floral Dove Menorah Candle Holder. I love how the dove piece looks great on it’s own no matter how many candles it has within.
LED Pinecones from Anthropologie ($52) – Perfect for the entryway, mantel, dining room table, or anywhere you want a little extra winter forest magic, this pine cone set glows with warm white LED bulbs and makes a subtle, holiday statement.
CB2 Tree Collar ($199) – Hammered and polished, this brass tree collar adds a bold statement surrounding the base of the Christmas tree.
Scout Storage Bin ($65) – This bin holds contents up to 80 lbs inside and has an all-weather woven fabric made of interwoven polypropylene creating a durable and water-resistant material that wipes clean and makes it very durable. You can also add inserts for ornament storage.
Gift Wrap Craft Station from West Elm ($160) – A great way to store and use wrapping materials – while keeping everything in one place! No more searching for tape or ribbons or tissue paper. It’s all here!