Make Your Home a Holiday Showpiece

Make Your Home a Holiday Showpiece

Nov 21, 2012
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Before the holidays switch into top gear, take a minute to check out this year's trends in holiday decor and plan a style update for your holiday home. We've selected some new pieces from Target that will add a seasonal sparkle to your home while keeping you on-trend and under budget.

When planning seasonal decor it's best to think big-picture. Try to hone in on a style that matches your year-round home decor as you begin your collection of holiday items, and stick with it as your collection grows. Annual updates keep things fresh and on-trend year after year. Here are some key looks to integrate into your holiday collection this year:

Modern LED bulbs posing as vintage over-sized incandescent bulbs, graphics from the 50s and 60s, retro patterns like subdued plaids, and funky textures are working their way back into holiday decor. If your home style is already vintage eclectic or retro chic, this is a great time to be adding to your collection! Check out Target's Plaid Frame, which is a perfect patterned accent that will display your Santa photos for years to come. A Mossy Decor Tree is be a great piece for a party tablescape or to spruce up your mantle.

Silver & Gold
We see silver and gold every year around this time, but now these metallic hues are popping up in unexpected places, such as Target's Metallic Wreath. The shimmering pine cones and evergreen leaves make an elegant statement on the front door. It would also look great mounted against a hall or dining room mirror, for an extra dose of shimmer. Chances are you already have some silver or gold accents in your holiday decor collection, but if not, find accent pieces such as a Gold Tray for serving drinks or clustering seasonal trinkets for display.

>>>Get more holiday decor ideas from Target's Home Catalog and check out the full selection of holiday decor on

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