Indoor xmas decorating ideas

This post was created in partnership with Target. 

I am so, so excited for the holidays this year. I don’t know if it has something to do with my longing for togetherness with family and friends, or the fresh start that 2021 will bring, but I am already dreaming about decorating for the holidays! I got a chance to realize that dream with this room that I put together at my friend, Kim’s, home. Like our family, Kim celebrates both Christmas and Hannukah and it felt so good to bring some whimsy and holiday spirit to her home, using pieces from Target’s new collections.

I wanted to bring a warm, inviting and festive feeling into Kim’s home. The concept was to put a bit of a boho spin on a hygge atmosphere–lots of candles and fuzzy textures, cozy pillows and throw blankets to wrap yourself in while sipping on eggnog or playing a game of dreidel. I also wanted the space to feel lush and bring in some winter wonderland vibes, so I sprinkled lots of little sparkling trees, wreaths, and artwork that features greenery into the mix, as well as pieces made from natural materials. We also draped faux magnolia leaf garlands over the curtain rods to give the windows a bit of holiday flair. I’m so smitten with that wooden pom-pom garland draped over the mantelpiece too–that’s one of those things that I’d put up for the holidays (it would also make for a VERY cute piece to wrap around the tree), but keep up year ’round.

We used a modern console to set the stage for the Hanukkah area — a place to light the Menorah, sing songs, share prayers and open gifts. Lots of gold accents in this space with hints of blue and white. We also installed some festive (peel and stick!!) wallpaper to make it feel extra special for the holidays. The pompom dreidel garland is giving me all the feels and is only $15!

I’m such a fan a velvety textures for the holidays as well, and I love to play with the traditional “red and green” Christmas color palette–so here, we paired this rich mossy-green velvet sofa with soft pillows in different shades of pink and bordeaux, giving a nod to the traditional Christmas colors, with a bit of a layered, boho twist. It’s a good little trick I like to use: pulling together throw pillows that are different colors and styles, but all part of the same color family. I can make the assortment feel both collected and cohesive this way.

And on the other side of the room, I styled up these modern Danish-inspired chairs with these great yellow pillows. Yellow is a bit of a wild card–not totally expected for holidays, but because of all of the gold in this room, it really works, and also adds warmth to the space (also, such a pretty shade – I couldn’t resist!).

I had so much fun decorating this tree! Believe it or not, this was my first time ever decorating a Christmas tree and it really felt magical. The lights, the sparkles, the ornaments… yes, we need to talk about these ornaments for a minute. The attention to detail and the personalities are TOO MUCH. I mean, who doesn’t want a little felted sheep wearing a sweater and backpack?! Or a little turtle dove with sequins on her wings (she’s only $3 so you can hook her up with a whole flock of her homies!)? I just fell in love with these little creatures! And even though I wasn’t raised with the Christmas tree tradition, I’ve always loved the effect of bringing the outdoors in–especially during the winter months when we don’t get outdoors as much — so I decorated the tree with stars and doves and fun accents and it truly feels magical for all the winter holidays.

Speaking of bringing the outdoors in, while I’m not always a huge fan of faux botanicals, I gotta give it up to Target for A.) making really, really good ones, and B.) making things in faux that I would love to have out for the holidays, (like the branches of red berries pictured above) but wouldn’t be able to find at the flower mart or nursery, or would be too messy to actually have indoors (he-hem Cous Cous Kitty!).

Putting on a little green dress and some red lipstick really got me in the mood. Think Kim would mind if I moved into her place for a couple of months? I’m ready to serve up that yuletide!  And it’s so cozy here I don’t wanna leave!

If you’re looking to start sprucing up your space for the holidays and you were inspired by my Target finds, you can find them all linked above. And yes, even those extremely cute rugs (and everything else in here) are from Target 😉


Welcome the arrival of fall and Thanksgiving guests with gorgeous decorations both indoors and out. You don’t have to wait until the holidays to begin decking the halls in your home – especially with so many fresh and fun autumn décor ideas about. Autumn or fall is the best time of the year to incorporate earth tone colors into your home decorations. Decorate your home inside and outside with gourds, leaves, pumpkins, nuts and other seasonal materials for beautiful fall DIY displays.

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It’s high time to change the summer decorations of your beautiful porch onto fall ones. And here are some cool tips: first of all, pumpkins! Use them for decor as you like – put them on the steps, on the porch, or put some vintage sideboard or even a trolley and all your pretty vegetables on it, it can be even cauliflower!

Wanna make an unexpected accent? Adding autumn touches of decor to your home will help you transition into the new season with excitement of the passing of the year. From the exterior to the interior of your home, fall decor colors can be rich and robust or subtle and subdued. No matter which Thanksgiving decorations you use, whether elegant or fun, hand-made or store-bought, don’t let yourself get so caught up in making the decorations perfect that you forget to enjoy your friends, family and food. Choose your style and see how these 25 Pretty Autumn Decorations Ideas will make you want to jump into a pile of leaves to celebrate autumn! After all, that’s what we gather to celebrate! Have a look at more fall porch designs below and get inspired!

also view: 20 Awesome Acorn Crafts for Fall Decorations

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Christmas Wall Decorations – Christmas allows you to be the best version of yourself. You can mix and match the style that can describe the true you, and you can also have the excellent Christmas wall decorations!

Why You Need Christmas Wall Decorations Ideas?

To decorate the wall is necessary. Because it is the center of attention and can give a big impact to the house’s vibe.

The Christmas wall decorations are whimsical. It is not only decoration. More than that, this is such an experience. And you will love to have a great experience on your wall.

Let’s explore how you can make the wall a center of attention.

TOP Christmas Wall Decorations

1. Wooden Word Signs

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Another example of how you can combine something vintage, in this case, bohemian-shabby chic decorations. The word signs are good things on every occasion, including Christmas time. Because Christmas is for everyone.

Put some wooden word signs that describe the beautiful Christmas spirit. Maybe the prays meaningful motivation or pictures. You can put anything that gives you a bunch of happiness in this holy time.

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Buy the signs in some furniture stores like IKEA or Wayfair. They also let you shop via the online store.

2. Christmas Wall Sticker

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Do you want to get playful, but still cheap Christmas wall decorations? The thing we talk about in this part might be an option. The wall stickers allow you to explore and to be creative, but without spending too much money. Do you see that embossed wall stickers? It brings a nuance of joyful Christmas.

You can even shop online and find that there is so many wall stickers choice related to Christmas. If the Christmas tree is too banal, we suggest you search for the more magical stickers. Maybe you’ve ever wished for Santa, and now you can present it in the wall.

3. The Socks and The Lamps

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You can turn these two ordinary decorations into a fantastic wall decoration idea. The old socks hang in the wall, with other decorations such as heart and tree made from patchwork.

It is such warmth, and it is so easy to apply the idea to your house. The idea is not expensive, yet it gives enough Instagram vibes.

4. Hanging Greenery

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Want more Scandinavian Christmas? Here we go with the tree branches that hang in the wall. Don’t forget the greeneries to cover them all so that it will look like a real Christmas tree. The homemade Christmas wall decorations are worth Pinterest stuff.

5. Nice Shabby-Chic Wooden Boards

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Are you running out of time to prepare beautiful decoration? Make the most of the wall decor using some boards from reclaimed wood. No, you do not need to make it yourself, because you can easily find them in any online store!

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One board is not enough, so when you feel the wall is too empty, dare your self to put three, six, or even eight different wooden boards! The idea is right to apply in a shabby-chic or industrial style house.

6. Mr. Snowman

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A wooden board can also be funny and not too mature. You might consider the knitting that forms the colorful Mr. Snowman.

Put it in the wall, and here you have more than a wall: it’s such art. We think that the terms deck the wall is coming to your house.

7. Christmas Indoor Plant

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Never thought that Christmas would give you a healthier idea? You know that there are many advantages to putting an indoor plant. It provides good air circulation, it helps you to increase a good mood, and it is a lovable decor idea.

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You might love to have a flowerpot that sticks to the wall, make a form of Santa’s hat. Put your preferred flower, better if they have a green and red accent.

You can also let your kids take part in making some magical Christmas wall decorations. They will love it, and it is a useful activity to wait for Christmas.