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42 Fun and Festive Christmas Decorating Ideas
42个有趣的并具有节日氛围的圣诞节装饰想法
 
Think in Layers
Use objects with different heights to create interest, says Bryan Rafanelli, the White House's Christmas designer. Start by hanging oversized snowflakes, and building up the table with tall candlesticks. For the mantel, hang a garland made with olive branches. It's both pretty and symbolic. 


Double Up
Two wreaths are definitely better than one. Stacked on a front door, your entryway will look twice as merry. 



Dust Fruit With Glitter
Fake an icy frost with this wintry recipe: Mix three parts white glitter to one part silver. Then coat faux pears, limes and grapes for a sparkly centerpiece.




Display Holiday Cards
Secured to a string with clothespins, the season's greetings are on full display. A rustic ladder can also hold cozy throws and blankets for chilly nights. 




Provide Lots of Snacks
If you're decorating multiple Christmas trees, don't forget the kitchen. This homey evergreen is covered entirely with edible decorations, like cookies, ribbon candy, gumdrops and garlands of popcorn and cranberries. 




Dangle Candy Canes
Keep treats on display (and out of kids' and pets' reach) by hanging them along the top of a window. Hooked on matching ribbon, the peppermints look extra sweet. 




Dress Up Your Bar Cart
Bar carts are the one design element that still need to be functional, so make sure all of your merry-making essentials fit. Otherwise, accessorize with greenery and glassware. 




Glue Ornaments Together
Skipping traditional crimson puts a fresh spin on a Christmas wreath. Branch out with pink and green baubles, although a few silvery accents won't hurt, either. 




Make the Banister Festive
Banisters can be tricky to decorate. For a light, airy and cheerful look, try stringing red and white paper bells together with fishing line. (Tip: Get creative with your decorations. We found these at a wedding supply store!)




Add Creative Ribbons
You don't have to limit yourself to matching the ribbon to the paper. Put polka dots and checks on a flowery filigree like this. It's as much a gift as the gift itself.




Blend Nuts
Display winter's most festive foods in a glass vase with a candle in the middle. This one has walnuts, cranberries and kumquats.




Trade Garland for Candles
Instead of a garland, a great way to dress a mantel is to fill it with a mix of candlesticks — tall, small, mercury glass, crystal — and put a beautiful vase of flowers in their midst. Everything glitters. And instead of ivory candles, use red, cranberry and shades of green. 




Create a Jolly Tablescape
Every decoration doesn't have to feature Santa and Rudolph. You can create a lovely still life by using red and green objects. Hint: Stick to one type of material, like glass. Here, we grouped vases, bottles and goblets.




Use Unexpected Materials
We took a simple mirror and outlined it in Christmas greenery, then stuck in about 60 feathers. They go in all different directions: The whole idea is that they appear to dance and sway and play.




Try Tassels
Just for the holidays: Try hanging red and green tassels on your doors, desk and chest of drawers. They're a nice detail, a lovely finishing touch and a look you can achieve on a budget.




Mix Metallics
For added holiday sparkle, use decorative accents in both silver and gold.



Lighten Things Up
This easy-to-make candle wreath is a truly classic look for the holidays.




Create a Birch Wreath
Use birch bark sheets to craft a handful of leaves that can be turned into a frosted, seasonal wreath.




Use a Plaid Backdrop
You might find yourself reaching into your closet for red-and-green plaid this time of year, so why not decorate with this classic print too? 




Make an Ornament Accent
Placing a few branches of holly inside of a vase, and then add a splash of color with bright ornaments.




Capture Photos
Display family photos and Christmas cards by hanging them for your banister's garland. 




Illuminate Your Branches
Turn a common winter scene — firewood, evergreen branches and pinecones — into a dazzling display with some string lights.




Make Rustic Candle Holders
Turn wooden logs into a home for tea lights by carving a hole for them to sit in.




Build a Hot Cocoa Station
Deck out your go-to place for a warm cup of your favorite festive beverage with cozy plaid throws and seasonal bottle cozies.




Mix Traditional Elements
Poinsettias, cinnamon and candy canes won't ever go out of style during Christmas.




Try a Star Anise
Find star anise at any Asian grocery store to recreate this sweet smelling wreath.




Line Up Fruity Accents
Even if the pomegranate is faux, the pretty red color makes for a festive addition to any table runner.




Hang Gingerbread Garland
Cinnamon applesauce dough comes together quickly to make this cute strand of cookies.




Choose a Tiny Tree
Go all out for a holiday table centerpiece, and place a miniature evergreen — topped with a ribbon — in the middle of your spread.




Put Out Snowflake Coasters
Stitch up snowflake coasters for party guests' drinks if you're skilled with a crochet needle.




Sketch a Design
This blogger drew her own version of a Christmas tree on her chalkboard wall, tucked inside her a door framed with garland.




Try Golden Tones
A hint of gold (or an entire wreath covered in it) is sure to make any entryway of your home glisten.




Mix in Nature
Mix faux garland with real greenery, weaving in pine cones and a matching thick ribbon.




Stash Your Treats
Easy for guests to access a cookie or beverage, make a shelf into a snacking station with mugs, stirrers and a dispenser.




Hang With Care
From your banister, that is. Twinkling lights woven throughout the garland make for an even prettier display for this blogger's stockings.




Polish Ornaments
Tuck shiny silver ornaments onto a bed of greens to make their brightness pop even more.




Look Down
Instead of going the usual route and hanging greens on the banister, this blogger rested the garland on top of the steps. 




Display a Ginger Bread House
A cute gingerbread house placed on top of vintage books makes for understated festive décor.




Dangle Ornaments
Baubles and stars look just as good hanging from garland as they do on the tree.




Spread Cheer
If your guests need to be reminded what the holiday is all about, hang a cheery, seasonal phrase.




Find Your Christmas Aroma
Involve scents with decorating, too. If there's nothing in the oven, try lighting cinnamon or spice-scented candles.




Make Trees Glisten

Magazine pages (who knew?) morph easily into sparkling mini tree table toppers.



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