What I really like about Christmas season is all the decoration that you could put in your home to make it feel festive.
There are so many ideas to decorate stairs, windows, tables, furniture and walls.
We have selected some of the best Christmas decorations that are easy to do and are not expensive.
How To Decorate a Coffee Table For Christmas
This Christmas decor looks great on a coffee table and also on a round or square dining table.
via Buffie’s Home Decorating
Add Warmth To Your Home
This wooden door hanger is the perfection addition to your Christmas decorations.
via Heather Lane
Nostalgic Ceramic Tree
Have you seen those ceramic Christmas trees? Even though they are a bit nostalgic they are still great for Christmas decor.
via Vermont Country Store
What a lovely centerpiece in warm tones – candles, pine cones and greenery.
White Mason Jars With Red Ribbon
White mason jars with some pretty fabulous decoration around their necks are adorable.
The white and red strings symbolize the health, happiness, and luck that is about to come inside this home.
Monochromatic Christmas Tree
Come on, stylish people. Isn’t this the loveliest black and white, simple, elegant and precious combination we have seen so far?
The decor beautifier has definitely stepped foot in this home. Simplicity is elegant, isn’t it?
Don’t go on a quest looking for joy and fulfillment. Spend a second decorating your home with the words you desire and who knows…
They might magically materialize with a simple decor that requires no pressure, just presence.
Snowflake Land Arrangement
Snowflakes and the bright white are the full on decors for this home.
The icy white is warmed by the red apple tree, the napkins, and the glasses, but it still adds a cold feel.
Could it be that an all white theme is your dream?
A combination of a wreath and a candle holder that match pretty well with each other.
Placed on top of some wooden drawer the red colors, pine cones, and ribbons speak of a very generous, abundant time to come in this come.
Buttons & Sticks
Once again we see the cinnamon sticks being turned into small trees. It’s time to take out the glue, you will need it to make these for sure.
Now you know what to do with the single buttons in the drawer, they are ornaments!
A big glass ball with a Believe sign graces the tree branches and delights the eye. Look up and hold your promise this year, you do have a reason to believe and enjoy the holiday to the fullest.
I wouldn’t mind having it on my tree.
Sticks & Balls
A Christmas tree made of sticks and colorful ornaments is a lovely wall decoration that you can place in any room of your home.
As a matter of fact, you can create a wall decoration in the shape of a tree out of any objects around.
Pinecones, apples, and hazelnuts or any other nuts you can spare from your pantry can create this wreath. It is shaped like a star and its pointy angles are bringing joy as soon as you look at it.
This is the deluxe version of nature.
Once you place this decoration in the middle of the table you are not likely to desire much else.
Fill in with little pinecones, a big candle and white particles to mimic the snowy blanket outside. Light the candle and enjoy.
Bring the joy outside by filling a lighthouse with the ornaments and objects you desire. A thick basic candle is standing in the middle waiting to be lit anytime the night starts to fall.
Here’s a sacred place for your own home.
Use all colors to create a rainbow at your dining table for a Christmas lunch or dinner. The impact is wonderful, pretty and sparkly.
It will please the eyes of everyone before they feast on delicious food and sip mulled wine.
Candles & Sticks
Cinnamon sticks will be glad to surround a thick basic candle and decorate.
The beautiful scent will linger and surround your home with the touch of the favored spice.
Tiny pinecones around and your tabletop is ready.
You need a basic brown wreath that is clear of objects and decorate it yourself. Use balls and baubles, a giant letter that represents your first name or your family name.
Why not wire it all around the base and marvel at the result?
Light My Way
Lights all the way are classic and overdoing it is possible only in Christmas movies, not in your home.
This is easily done with ribbons, garlands, and strings of lights – just to name a few of the types of Christmas lights you can use. Your folks will beg you to turn off the lights and dream a little.
Wreaths on the Porch
Get as many as three wreaths and hang them up on the front door. We have a lot more great ideas on front porch Christmas decorations.
Get some strings of lights for Christmas and start decorating the face of your home.
The night time is especially beautiful when you look at this creation.
Believe in Me
If there is anything we strongly associate with Christmas, it is that it’s time to believe again.
Hang up a sign above the fireplace or anywhere else for that matter to create a beautiful reminder that it is okay to trust and live your dreams.
Light Up the Candles
Go overboard and don’t feel sorry for it. A hundred candles are worth the celebration of this holiday.
Line up the candles on any plate and sprinkle some cranberries or castor sugar, surrounded by green leaves and voila!
Christmas Tree in a Jar
Jazz up the ideas a bit by using a tall mason jar and freely decorate it inside. Create a mini version of a deer out in the woods or a snowman.
You can use cotton, sugar or spices as well as tiny branches of trees or flowers to achieve this.
Stairway to Heaven
Play some dress up with your staircase with a grand decoration that will leave the guests speechless. Christmas lights are spiraling up and leading the way into a magical home. Poinsettias in the foyer or other flower pots will be great.