Holiday Home Décor

Looking for chic ways to make your space more festive? Our top picks will make every party you host the pinnacle of Yuletide joy. —Isabel Ong

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all is calm, all is bright. Candles are one of the easiest ways to infuse the home with a warm, cosy vibe, and candle holders play an equally important role. Simple yet stylish, The Cross Design’s stunning Selenite Gold Candle Holder ($95) looks (especially) great against marble and other textured walls.

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merry boughs. This embroidered velvety pillow ($95 at Crate and Barrel) brings out the lush greens of your Christmas tree beautifully. Its minimalist botanical pattern is extremely easy on the eyes, too.

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let it snow. Take cocktail-making to another level with this adorable snowman cocktail shaker ($62 at Pottery Barn). Made of stainless steel, it’s both functional and Christmassy—what’s not to love?

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deck the halls. If natural tones and woodsy textures are your thing, you’ll fall head over holiday heels for Urban Barn’s Woodlyn Garland ($19). Comprising an arty arrangement of pinecones, hazel tree rods and pear branches, it’s the kind of décor you’ll secretly want to keep up all year round.

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fit for a king. Inject a fun, mirthful air to your dinner table setting with Krafty K Design’s cheery nutcracker-inspired platter ($42 at Anthropologie)—even Santa wouldn’t be able to resist grabbing a cookie off it. Let the feasting begin!

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