Beautify your fireplace mantel by dressing it up. Here, a traditional green wreath gets a remix, and a festive sleigh gets filled to the brim with favorite bright, seasonal accessories.
Hanging ornaments from a tree is so typical. Instead, use ceiling beams (if you have them) to display these sparkly globes, but be sure to use strong wire or ribbon so nothing falls from the sky.
If you don't have room to celebrate Christmas with a full-fledged tree, opt for this cute, bite-size one instead. Fill a vase with painted branches, color-coordinated ornaments and some sort of sturdy foundation, like pebbles or rice.
Enhance your outdoor holiday decor by hanging ornaments from a front porch or trees. If the weather in your area is harsh, use plastic instead of glass and hang pieces with thick red ribbon or heavy-duty wire.
Place ornaments in a bowl for a quick, last-minute centerpiece. Paired with snowflake dishes and purple accents, this table setting brings plenty of holiday cheer without seeming over the top.
Welcome your houseguests the right way by placing oversize ornaments in a weatherproof étagère. Add some greenery and lights for additional Christmas spirit.
Enhance an already festive fireplace by draping Mardi Gras beads and ornaments along your mantel. If you just can't get enough, use ornament hooks to string pieces from the bead garland as well.
Bring a trendy twist to your seasonal get-together by opting for an ornament-laden centerpiece. Shelley from The House of Smiths used branches, small picture frames, a tray and globe-filled hurricanes to create this conversation starter.
For those who live in warmer climates, bring your entertaining outdoors by hanging ornaments from your trees. It will still feel like Christmas, even if there's no snow in sight.