These 8 Trends Are Going to Be Everywhere This Winter—And Here’s Where You Can Score Them for Less

updated Oct 26, 2020
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Every holiday season seems to have a defining trend. There was the great iridescent boom of 2019, the macrame wreaths that popped up all over Pinterest in 2018, and those upside-down Christmas trees that somehow took 2017 by storm. Some of these trends have endured over the years, while others turned out to be a flash in the pan. It’s still a little early to say what the defining trend of 2020 holiday decor will be, but Joss & Main’s Winter Edit is giving us some clues.

Their designers and visual merchandisers put together a list of the top eight trends they’re seeing and recommending as the season approaches. But unlike the upside-down Christmas trees of years past, Joss & Main is focusing on holiday and winter decor trends that will still look great long after the holidays have passed. Here’s their list of the top trends to look out for, and some key pieces (all on sale!) that will help you get the look at home.

A classic combination, bright pops of yellow, orange, or even pink paired with muted greens can make a space feel festive year-round. This mirror has a bright yellow frame that definitely makes a statement, and it’s upholstered in a luxe-looking velvet for a glam accent. There’s also a sage green version if you’d like to pair this color combination side-by-side.

Joss & Main has some seriously creative garlands for everything from decorating your stair banisters to decking out your tree. This one has the look of a traditional botanical garland, but it’s crafted from an unexpected material: felt. The combination will add an especially cozy touch to your mantel or staircase.

Joss & Main is all about all-season plaids that add some coziness to windows, beds, or upholstery for the winter, but still make sense in the summer months. These airy, semi-sheer curtains are a great example. They look wintry, but are sheer enough to make the most of dwindling daylight hours for the winter and beyond.

Wrapped in birch paper, this set of three hurricane candle holders will look great mixed in with some greenery on your mantel or tablescape. They can each accommodate a 3″ or 4″ pillar candle, but look good on their own (without candles) for a natural touch.

Vintage decor gives a nostalgic vibe that adds an extra layer of coziness to any space, but if you don’t have a vast collection of antiques or family heirlooms, Joss & Main has plenty of vintage-inspired items that will do the trick. This distressed area rug really does look like it’s been around for decades, but it’s made from sensible low-pile polyester so you won’t have to worry about occasional spills.

We all deserve a few little cozy indulgences during winter, whether that’s a cashmere throw or soft throw pillows for the sofa or reading nook. This throw pillow features a nubby woven design that makes it feel especially cozy, but it’s available in colorways that are neutral enough to work for all seasons.

Velvet is making a serious comeback as an upholstery option paired with clean silhouettes and new finishes. The Hugo Armchair has a modern yet cozy look thanks to that soft upholstery and extra deep seat, making it a great choice to accessorize with different throws and pillows for seasonal looks.

Holiday gatherings are definitely going to be smaller than normal this year, but that doesn’t mean you have to skimp on style. These spindle-backed dining chairs are versatile enough to work with farmhouse dining decor, or a look that leans more towards Scandi modern.