A New Way to Holiday: 10 Fresh Takes on Decorating for Christmas

A New Way to Holiday: 10 Fresh Takes on Decorating for Christmas

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Taryn Williford
Dec 8, 2015
(Image credit: Lokal 54)

Never been much for red and green? Getting a bit sick of the same old decorations year in and year out? Whether it's thanks to a fresh color scheme or a particularly clever DIY, here are 10 unique takes on Christmas decorating that you can (and should!) take home for the holidays this year.

Above: A sparse and skinny tree with a single strand of graphic neon garland, from Lokal 54.

(Image credit: Sarah Eddy)

A blue holiday color scheme with cut-out typography, from Paper & Stitch.

(Image credit: Lovely Indeed)

A DIY pink-tipped tree from Lovely Indeed. Tackle this one by getting hands-on with colored paint and rubber gloves.

(Image credit: Jared Smith)

Unique (and easy!) geometric wreaths from Paper & Stitch.

(Image credit: Laura Gummerman)

Bleached bottle brush trees, from A Beautiful Mess, in an unexpectedly Christmasy blue-green color scheme.

(Image credit: Landeelu)

An easy update for a standard string of lights? Spray paint them gold, like on Landeelu.

(Image credit: Nalle's House)

I love this minimalist mantel from Nalle's House with its fresh color scheme.

(Image credit: Femina)

Go full-contrast with a black-and-white theme this holiday. I love this party-style Christmas banner, but there are tons more DIY ideas over on Femina.

(Image credit: Annabode + Co.)

A totally modern tablescape for your Christmas dinner, from Annabode + Co.

(Image credit: Jared Smith)

Colorful Christmas decor from Sugar & Cloth that will take you right into your New Year's Eve party.

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