Candy Christmas Tree from DREWSMOM0430
Why we picked this: Only real candy ornaments adorn this playful tree. We wouldn't mind having this around the office!
Double Decker from musbafox
Why we picked this: Can it even be real? We can't believe how this larger-than-life tree got into their home, or how they managed to decorate it all the way to the top. It's breathtaking!
Full of Butterflies from amsorrentinocastro
Mardi Gras from patdbar
Why we picked this: We are crazy about this tree's rich fabric garlands and real feather masks. It looks like Fat Tuesday came a little early!
Christmas Mantle from jjl62mom
Why we picked this: We love the simple shapes used in this striking mantel display, as well as its hip combination of traditional and modern decor.
Up in Lights from boozerlog
Dramatic Candles from K. Morgante
Why we picked this: Nothing tops stockings better than candles and evergreen garland. Plus, we love this mantel's small touches: tall glass candlesticks, greenery carried around the picture frame, and a small red cardinal. Beautiful!
Table Setting from Tar58
Why we picked this: Simply stunning! Ornate patterns on doilies and glasses accentuate the alternating layers of red and white to make a very merry tablescape.
White Gold from chic.shabby
Why we picked this: Simplistic beauty is striking at Christmastime. Just three elements -- greenery, crystal, and fruit -- create a serene display.
Formal Dining from rachelrnmedic
Why we picked this: Pink-and-yellow topiaries brighten up the otherwise-traditional red, green, and gold table design. We love the fresh color combination!
Christmas Birdhouses from adiennieves
Why we picked this: Pairing white lights with sprayed-on faux snow gives this display a frosty-yet-friendly charm. And the miniature village looks right at home in front of the old-fashioned window frame with mirror inserts.
Village Houses from gab52521760
Why we picked this: This ladder makes a perfect village for these miniature houses. Faux snow, fresh evergreen boughs, and twinkling lights create a winter wonderland.
Foyer Tablescape from suegoo
Why we picked this: Apothecary jars filled with fruit make a fool-proof holiday addition to any table. The two-tone green theme is especially nice for Christmas.
Lighted Woodlands from beaswax59
Why we picked this: Perfect for any corner in the house, this friendly woodland scene (complete with snowmen) brings Christmas cheer to the room.
Oh, Deer from ednamills45
Why we picked this: Bright red poinsettias provide a colorful backdrop to these elegant deer figurines, and the fabric bow borders the scene.
Glass Arrangement from semilove
Why we picked this: The variety of objects in this vase is so interesting, we find something new every time we look at it!
Russian Santas from malaia_llama
Why we picked this: Playful, adorable, nesting Saint Nicks -- what's not to love?
Dining Room Decor from donnaschultz802
Why we picked this: Mercury ornaments, pinecones, and silver and white ornaments look especially pretty under this glass cloche. "Have someone to help turn it over," Donna says, "it can be tricky!"
Gift Wrapped from sissieschrader
Why we picked this: Check out this fun way to recycle old wrapping paper! "It is good to alternate colors," says Sissie, who adhered the paper to her cupboards with double-stick tape.
Trophy Cup from lpenner1
Why we picked this: We adore this eclectic mix of vintage collectibles served on a silver platter.
Topsy-Turvey from brobert177
Why we picked this: An upside-down candlestick serves as a snowflake ornament display piece. We admire the ingenuity.
Breakfast Table Centerpiece from suzybullock
Why we picked this: Simple meets classic with this do-it-yourself centerpiece comprised of a mottled white and green candle surrounded by fresh cranberries.
Sandy's Centerpiece from sandanbo1
Why we picked this: Colorful fruit and bird accents transform a greenery centerpiece into something special. And those miniature deer are too cute!
Handprint Snowmen from tlk4023202
Why we picked this: One tiny handprint turns into four friendly snowmen after a little paint embellishments. The creator recommends writing the child's name and year on the ornament, then finishing it with a few light coats of sealer.
Keepsake from johnsjenrog
Why we picked this: The delicate beads used to craft this intricate ornament were recovered from a fire that destroyed a multigenerational family business. We are so touched by the story and impressed by the design.
Golf Ornament from tlk4023202
Why we picked this: This ornament was custom-designed with the creator's husband in mind. "He loves it!" she says.
Christmas Porch from frenchfever
Why we picked this: Symmetry at its finest, this elegant doorway serves as a stunning focal point for a Christmas porch. And we love the lighted wreaths and bows on the large flanking windows.
Bell Wind Chime from heatherfields57
Why we picked this: Made from metallic jingle bells, ribbon, and a small ornament, this clever wind chime glistens even more with a little snow on it.
Ice Candle from rosemary_baker
Why we picked this: This luminaria's textured glow lights up cold holiday nights. For the icy shell, a 5-gallon pail of water was partially frozen. Then the excess water was dumped, the ice form was removed from the pail, and a votive candle was placed inside.
Jingle Bells from bklyndodgers13
Why we picked this: We had to chuckle at the sight of those gigantic Christmas ornaments next to this outdoor tree. In the evening, this scene turns into an amazing lights display.