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Trend Watch: The Latest In Holiday Decor

Trend Watch: The Latest In Holiday Decor

Are you playing host this holiday season? Inviting all your closest friends or most judgemental relatives over for a little soiree? If so, you're going to want to dress [your home] to impress. We've curated some of the latest trends in holiday decor that are sure to surprise and delight your guests. Check it.

Keep it minimalist and modern. Traditional holiday homes can be really busy, with ornaments, colors, gifts and people galore. If you prefer a cleaner look and feel, opt for simplicity and clean lines for an ultra chic and modern look. 

holiday decor white mantle minimalist modern

Idea cred: www.realsimple.com 

holiday decor modern simple minimalist

Idea cred: www.decoist.com

Add feathers or fur. Make everything pop by adding a little texture to the situation. The trendiest holiday homes this season are amusing every sense by adding soft and subtle surprises throughout.

holiday decor fur black white table

Idea cred: www.tabledecoratingideas.com

holiday decor fur wreath

Idea cred: www.realsimple.com

Change up your color palette. We've all seen (and done) the traditional reds, green, silvers and golds. But why limit yourself? Make your space stand out this season by choosing a feature color like pink, purple, orange or blue. 

holiday decor purple accents

Idea cred: www.decoist.com

holiday decor blue pumpkins

Idea cred: www.familyholiday.net

Or ditch color altogether. Stick with black and white this season to add a little drama to your dining room, or take it down one step further and make a statement out of monochrome.

holiday decor black white

Idea cred: freshome.com

Idea cred: www.familyholiday.net

Use wood to get that cozy, cabin vibe. If you aren't lucky enough to have a fireplace of your own to cuddle up beside, or if you are, but want to carry the theme a little further, throw some wood elements into your decor accents. 

holiday decor wood lighting candles

Idea cred: tskriativ.com

holiday decor wood accents table

Idea cred: Design Tech Homes

Mix in some animal inspo. Whether it's a cool piece of art that gives your room a modern edge, or animal print textiles to spice up the mood, think lions, tigers and bears when you're designing your holiday space this year. 

holiday decor animal art modern

Idea cred: freshome.com

holiday decor animal print

Idea cred: www.lovethispic.com

Play with geometrics. If your home is all about industrial design and trendy vibes, keep that theme going this holiday season and pick up some decorations, ornaments and accents that carry through. 

holiday decor geometric tree

Idea cred: homes.nine.com.au

holiday decor geometric ornaments

Idea cred: www.happymundane.com

Light it up a little. Christmas lights are a classic component when decorating for the holiday season. This year, get creative with your decorative lighting and think outside the box with placement, display and style. 

holiday decor lights lighting

Idea cred: design-milk.com

holiday decor lights lighting

Idea cred: www.apartmenttherapy.com

Leave no space un---decorated. Okay, okay--we're not saying you should overdo it. But if decorating for the holidays is really your thing, and you really want to take it to the next level, think beyond the tree and the table. 

holiday decor home stairs

Idea cred: freshome.com

holiday decor bedroom

Idea cred: thefrugalhomemaker.com

Leave hidden messages. Don't save holiday messages for cards! Bring them to life in unique ways that everyone will see and remember. 

holiday decor napkins

Idea cred: www.abbyminteriorsblog.com

vintage cinema lightbox holiday decor

Up your decor game this season with your own My Cinema Lightbox. You can choose from the Mini Cinema Lightbox, the Original Cinema Lightbox, the XL Cinema Lightbox or the stylish new Vintage Cinema Lightbox--whatever suits your space!

Share your holiday photos with us by tagging pics with #MyCinemaLightbox on Twitter and Instagram. 

  • Andrea Banyai
  • christmascreativitydecorDIYholidayholiday decorhome decorhow toinspirationPhotographyTipsunique

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