Christmas Home Accents

Christmas Home AccentsFrom hung stockings & pine scented candles, to gold tabletop accessories & flannel sheets, it’s time to bring the joy of Christmas into your home with some of our beautiful and stylish home accents.

1) Walls
By decorating your walls you can quickly make a large visual impact on a room. To easily decorate your walls, use peel and stick wall Christmas decals or use removable wall hooks to hang wreaths and stockings.

Reindeers Wall Decal

Christmas Home Accents

Pod Wreath Gold

Christmas Home Accents

Red Reindeer Christmas Stocking

Christmas Wreath Wall Decal

2) Holiday Scents
When decorating your home don’t forget to add the holiday smells to your space through candles, room sprays or reed diffusers. If you have an artificial tree lighting a Frasier fir candle will help add the missing beloved scent of evergreen to your home, and provide a beautiful soft flickering candlelight.

Candle Collection by Thymes

Gingerbread Fragrance by Thymes

Lampe Berger Red Apple Limited Edition Gift Set

Gold Lantern

3) Warmth
Bundle up against the cold, by adding pillows or blankets with holiday designs to provide warmth on couches or beds.

Christmas Home Accents

Silver Reindeer Pillow

Snowflakes Flannel Sheet Sets

Hudson Knitted Cushion

Sherpa Microplush Throw

4) Holiday Sparkle
Dress up your home for the holidays by adding a little sparkle! Use Christmas decorative accents on your fireplace mantel or by clustering them together on your coffee table.

Christmas Home Accents

Gold Rhinestone Deer

Christmas Home Accents

Set Of 2 Gold Rattan Trees

Black Diamond Faux Leather Serving Tray

Sputnik Hanging Decoration by Torres & Tagus

Christmas Home Accents

Gold Berry Candle Ring


Stephanie White

Stephanie is a home decorating and DIY blogger and a contributing author for LC Living. She also authors her home blog Two Zero One, and is a self-proclaimed Pinterest addict who adores following the latest design trends and tackling any do it yourself project no matter how large always with a coffee in hand.

View all articles by Stephanie White