Christmas Décor for Any Room

Before you haul out the holly and put up the tree, check out these easy, colourful ways to add a little Christmas — or a lot — to your home’s most visible rooms.


Energetic Entry


Fill guests with holiday spirit as soon as they walk in. It’s easy when you drape a dazzling pre lit artificial garland on the entry stairs and add the warm, safe glow of LED candles. Surround a bench with a modest-size Christmas tree, jingle-bell snowflakes and pretty gift wrap.

Christmas Hearth


In your main living area, simply find the focal point and decorate around it. Here, symmetry shines on a big fireplace. We framed the hearth with two pre lit artificial Christmas trees and hung a wreath above the mantel. LED candles top it off with carefree colour — you don’t have to light them, blow them out, or worry about dripping wax. On the floor, grapevine LED trees provide a modern counterpoint to the fireplace brick. This is a look that’s easy to re-create and embellish each year. Just add a few new pieces every Christmas.

Frosty Mirror


Get the look of custom etched glass for less. Cut out stencilled letters and stars, arrange them on a mirror using reposition-able adhesive cover the mirror frame, and apply frosted-glass spray Estimated cost: $10 plus mirror. See Project Details

Noel Nook


To create a temporary holiday display space, take the door off one cabinet, remove the shelves, and insert a new back panel — just staple red fabric to cardboard or foam core. Reinstall the shelves to hold the panel in place.

Delightful Dining


If guests can’t be there with bells on, you’ve got it covered with jingling mistletoe balls. They look great when hung from a chandelier. Pair the balls with a centrepiece that takes the cake — LED candles, an allen + roth berry wreath, and red-and-gold runner.


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