Top 6 Holiday Home Décor Trends for 2015

Posted by Laine Smith on 12/8/15 4:36 PM

Topics: Home Design DIY(Do it Yourself) Holidays Home Decor 2015

Looking for some holiday home décor inspiration? Here are six ideas that might make you put the traditional shades of red and green on the back burner.

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Merry & Bright Metallics

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Metallic accents have been a top home décor trend for the past few years and nothing says “holidays” like glistening metals. Mix metals like gold, bronze, silver, brushed nickel, copper, pewter and rose gold with varying textures and finishes for an upscale look.

Winter Whites

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Shades of white, ivory and cream are essential for an understated look that complements a homeowner’s neutral home décor.

Woodland Accents

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Owls, foxes, squirrels, bear and deer continue to be a staple in rustic and lodge-inspire home décors, but you can expect to find modernized versions for the more contemporary homeowner this year.

Bold Tree Skirting & Bare Trees

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This holiday décor trend is essential for the minimalistic homeowner. Opt out of tree ornaments (or keep them simple) and let your tree skirt become the literal centerpiece of your Christmas tree. Ruffled, sequined, bold print or faux fur tree skirts will do the trick.

Blue Christmas

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Expect to see lots of options for peacock-inspired blues in holiday color schemes this year. Blue is a commonly reinvented shade for holiday décor. Baby blue was a hit in the 60’s and navy in the 90’s. This year, teal and turquoise are all the rage in home décor and home color palettes. Pair with a flocked Christmas tree and silver accents for a vintage feel or a traditional green tree and gold accents for a luxe, regal look.

Monochromatic Schemes

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Pull a color from your non-seasonal home décor accents to create a monochromatic holiday look. This is a great way to decorate a smaller home for the holiday season.

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