It’s hard to believe the holidays are just around the corner, but, SURPRISE, here they are! So, we’re kicking off the season with some of our favorite modern holiday decor. We’ve rounded up over 20 objects to deck your walls.
A playful little set of wood pieces that turn into three completely adorable snowmen. The Stackable Snowmen from fruitsuper design are made of 12 bits that you can mix and match to create a different snowman every time.
Let’s move on to stockings so the mantel doesn’t feel neglected, shall we? The Geometric Forest Stockings from The Land of Nod are perfect for design lovers and children alike. The pattern of triangles is a nod to Christmas trees but in two fun, less Christmas-y color schemes like blue/grey and gold/natural.
We love this DIY that Erin Loechner and her husband Ken did and shared on HGTV. They made non-traditional plywood stockings with magnetic boxes that can hold treats or greenery that go perfectly with their Scandinavian decor.
…and we can’t forget about the tree. Besides the amazing Pantone ornaments featured above, these Beaded Ornament balls from Grandin Road come in gold, white, or green. The glitter-coated beads will definitely add sparkle to any tree and best of all, they are made from foam spheres so no need to worry about them breaking.
We love Treetopia for their awesome artificial trees and we’re happy to see that they have ornaments too! Keep your cats or any string-loving people away because these Christmas Sweater String Ball Ornaments might be tempting to unravel.
Finnish designer Anne Paso designed the Lovi Ball for Lovi as a flat-packed postcard that you assembly into an adorable wood sphere that’s perfect for a tree. Available in two sizes, you can get them in white, black, or natural birch. Available at Merchant no. 4.
AMradio makes the coolest himmelis, which are traditional Finnish ornaments made of straw. These are made from plastic straws but you still get the geometric and modern feel of the original designs. Available in various configurations and colors on Etsy.
Tree stands are usually, well, ugly, but not this Christmas Tree Holder from Born In Sweden. The star-shaped stand doesn’t require a skirt to cover it up because it looks good on it’s own. Available at A+R Store.
Welcome your guests with a wreath on your front door or above your fireplace to show you’re in a festive mood. If the pre-made wreaths aren’t for you, you can always go about the DIY root. CB2 shows instructions on how to make this easy Bubble Wreath out of their clear glass bubble balls and it would look great on any wall. Originally seen on Curbly.
What are your favorite modern holiday decorations? Share them with us in the comments.