Holiday Decor Trends 2014: Your Golden Opportunity to Decorate with Metallics
This holiday season is one big shine fest. The interior design world is embracing metallics in a big way, especially the idea of using them as an everyday element of home décor….aaaand we try to keep up! Trees and homes alike will be adorned in garland, ornaments, and shiny decorative objects of a non-traditional color. Most prominent: gold and brass. Here are some holiday decorating tips and ideas for your holiday decorations.
Meet our buddies Frank & Ollie, they work hard for us every day pushing paper (inserting humor here, ha)
Add a bit of glam to your holiday decor 2014 with some of our favorite Target metallics from Nate Berkus’ Holiday Home Collection at Target. The gilded place card holders and gold-rimmed dessert plates are an Oprah’s Favorite Things 2014 pick!
These Threshold Pillar Candlesticks by Target would be fantastic tucked into some natural greenery as part of your holiday centerpiece or atop your mantle for a little added glam.
These Mercury Mesh Vases from West Elm are display pieces all on their own. For an instant centerpiece, fill them with dried botanicals like branches or stemmed blossoms.
These vintage-inspired Brass Reindeer from West Elm bring a majestic presence to any holiday tablescape—and liven up desktops and shelves all year round.
Add these sparkly Gold Ice Gems from Z Alegreie to the bottom of a clear glass vase to add fashion to your flower arrangement, while keeping stems in place. Or use them in a stylish decorative bowl for a dazzling display. What a fun way to pump up the glam this holiday!
This beautiful handmade wreath from The Magnolia Company is coated and sealed in a bright Holiday Gold. This piece appears as if it were coated in glass and will last indefinitely. Gold magnolia leaves…come on. We are obsessed this season!
Maybe this Wishbone Ornament from Anthropologie will bring you some good luck in the Santa department even if you have been naughty all year.
If you enjoyed our holiday decor blog post, you’re sure to love our holiday decor Pinterest board!
What are your favorites this holiday season?