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Finding good decorations for the holidays comes down to two characteristics: Unique is good, but classic is better. If you plan on spending money on something to spice up your home during Christmas or Halloween, make sure it’s something that you’ll be able to use for more than one season, and isn’t something you’ll see on the door of every holiday party you go to. The ideal purchase is decor that can be used for multiple holidays or special occasions. Try to pick Valentine’s Day decor that could also work for a little girl’s birthday party, Fourth of July decorations that can be used for other summer parties, and holiday decor that can stay out through New Year’s Eve. More
Another way to add festive lighting? String lights, of course. I love the Starry String Lights from Restoration Hardware because they’re small and delicate unlike traditional bulbs, so they add just the right amount of twinkle to anything from mantels to centerpieces to branches.
Starry String Lights
These might be the prettiest little string lights I've ever seen. I'd be tempted to leave them up all year.
This set of charming and detailed pockets for silverware would be a great addition for a fun kids' Christmas table.
I love the hand-punched petal pattern on these ceramic eggs. They would add a subtle touch of Easter to your home.
Pierced Ceramic Eggs
Patriotic Paper Lanterns
You don't have to see the ocean outside your window to celebrate its beauty. This tree skirt will help you add a coastal touch to your Christmas decor.
Nautical Tree Skirt
I love the idea of using decorations in unusual places. Hanging these ornaments on a light fixture make it feel more festive and charming.
There is no better way to celebrate with friends and family and remind them of this bountiful Easter than with a banner.
A few of these bunny candle sets sprinkled about your home on tabletops, countertops and dressers is great way to add a little Easter spirit to your decor.
Bunny Candle Set
Crack some holiday nuts with this shiny silver reindeer nutcracker. I gave this to my parents this year, as it's a family holiday tradition to always have bowls of nuts lying around to chomp on. I thought this was a fun new way to enjoy the tradition.
I really enjoy giving and receiving Christmas cards, and I also like to see the cards that others get. I think it's such a nice tradition to send the ones you love holiday greetings, whether it be a family snapshot or a beautifully designed Christmas scene. Every year, I look for new ways to...
Anyone who receives this one-of-a-kind sculpture with a hand-carved stone base and clay heart will get the message.
Heart in Hand Sculpture
Swap out your powder room art for festive prints like these. The black and white ones go with pretty much anything.
These are perfect for your porch, but they are also elegant enough for indoor use. They’ll light the way for any lucky trick-or-treaters.
This cast iron pot isn’t just festive, it’s also very practical. Made from French enamelware and heavy-duty cast iron, it's perfect for fall comfort foods.
These Egg Hunt spreaders are so adorable. The chocolate bunnies, baby chicks and eggs are sure to get your kids excited. I could use these for a great side dish or snack when guests come over.
Egg Hunt Spreader Set
This is one black cat you wouldn't mind crossing your path — or maybe you would. Stash all of your favorite mini candy bars and other Halloween treats in this black cat candy bowl.
Black Cat Treat Bowl
Glitter Dove Candles
Reindeers are always welcome during the holidays, so why not put one to use? Not only does this silver sculpture add an elegant flair, but it also provides a touch of soft lighting.
Twigs are a major part of a natural holiday display each year. These lit-up stars made with twigs are beautiful indoors or out.
Lit Twig Star
I love, love, love the look of these orange mercury glass pumpkins. Each one has a flickering light that just adds to the charm of this set. I would put them on my fireplace mantel.
Studded with pinecones, silver ornaments and a red ribbon, this cedar and juniper centerpiece will bring a natural feel to the table.
Cedar Silver Centerpiece
These are just about my favorite ornaments. I not only like the look of these, but also love that they can be monogrammed and personalized. Add an initial or an anniversary — so cool.
Specimens of tillandsia, mosses and lichens encapsulated in glass ornaments live in miniature existence on the Christmas tree or even suspended near an open window. The delicacy of these aeriums carefully brings a studied piece of the landscape indoors to enjoy.
Temple Bell Garland
These cow bell ornaments would be perfect for filling a few little gaps or bare branches on a vintage-themed tree.
Cowbell Tree Decorations
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This woodsy twig tree might look right at home outside, but bring it indoors, and it's suddenly an unexpected twist on a Christmas tree.
Lit Twig Tree