Holiday Decor Inspiration


Thursday, December 17

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Boulder is officially looking like a winter wonderland and we can’t help but get in the decorative mood! Whether you are hosting the Holidays at your home for all of your family and friends, or planning a small gathering to celebrate the season, we have compiled a list of some of our favorite Holiday decor tips perfect for any occasion! We are seeing some new and fabulous trends this season, and we hope this helps turn your home into a festive space!

Enjoy! xx, Calluna

Holiday Greens:

While we love a traditional Christmas tree, we are obsessing over some of the new trends we are seeing in some trees this year. Mixing up your tree decor is the perfect way to add a splash of festivity to your home, and you’ll have a blast straying from your traditional decorations.

Don’t be afraid to go small. A little tree can still make a BIG statement. We adore this table-top tree, it fits perfectly in the room but still makes the area feel festive and bright.


via Country Living || Photo by James Merrell

Play with florals: How unique and gorgeous is this tree wrapped in colorful flowers? We have truly never seen anything like it and we think it is the perfect way to incorporate some unique colors into the holiday season. I mean, you can’t go wrong with a splash of pink!


via Designlovefest || Photo by Ivan Solis

Go for Gold: We are loving the gold and metallic elements we are seeing in this years Holiday decor. Whether you are incorporating gold branches or your favorite metallic ornaments, silver and gold will give your home a sparkly and warm vibe.


via Alice Lane Home || Photo Nicole Hill Gerulat 

The Holiday Table:

There is no better way to express your holiday style than through a beautiful table! There are so many fabulous ways to dress up your dining space, and we are so inspired by the creativity we are seeing.

Utilize Classic Colors: There are most definitely ways to incorporate the classic “red and green” without going overboard. We love the use of cranberries and greenery as a way to give the table a classic pop of color. Mason jars are also the perfect vessel to give your table a rustic feel.


via Yellow Bliss Road || Photo by Kristin Bergthold (left)

via House Beautiful || Photo by Renee Brock (right)

Pop of Plaid: We adore the pop of plaid in this holiday table scape. The greenery and plaid napkins make the setting feel cozy and comfortable. If you want to go full blown plaid, consider using a table cloth, but these plaid napkins give just the right amount of pattern.


via Poppytalk

Don’t Underestimate Simple Colors (and some sparkle): We love the color combo of white, gold and some sparkles! Though this color palette is rather simple, the sparkly placements and metallic accents make this table setting something special!



via Inspired by This

Dont Neglect the Outside: 

The outside of your home needs some holiday love too! Don’t forget to add some festive decor to the outside as well, to give your space an extra feel of holiday cheer!

Get Creative with your Wreaths:  Welcome your visitors with a gorgeous wreath full of unique plants like ivy, moss and eucalyptus! All of these gorgeous greens are a great way to decorate for the holidays!


via Country Living || Photo by Minna Mercke Schmidt

Light it Up: Theres no better way to bring holiday decor to your home than through twinkly Christmas lights. We love this combo of lights and bright green garland.


via Country Living || Photo by Burcu Avsar


Featured Image via House Beautiful || Inspired By This

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