Luxury Christmas decorations can add some sparkling new additions to your decoration collection, and help to make your home feel extra special this holiday season.
Whether it’s decking the halls, the doors, the fireplace, or the tree, investing in beautiful, high-quality Christmas decorations can make all the difference for your Christmas decor. We're here to bring you a list of some incredible sales on baubles, garlands, candles, and more, available across some of our favorite brands.
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We’ve brought together some of our favorite deals on luxury Christmas decorations and Christmas ornaments (opens in new tab) to help you make your holiday season affordably fabulous.
- Amara (opens in new tab): shop and save on some of the most stylish Christmas decorations
- Amazon (opens in new tab): great deals to be had on Christmas lights, trees and decorations
- Balsam Hill (opens in new tab): up to 50% off selected holiday decor and free shipping
- Bloomingdale's (opens in new tab): savings on beautiful Christmas decorations and trees
- Frontgate (opens in new tab) up to 50% off sitewide, large selection of discounted decorations
- Macy's (opens in new tab): extensive selection of deals across ornaments, wreaths, trees and more
- Nordstrom (opens in new tab): enjoy up to 50% off across many brands for holiday decor at Nordstrom
- Target (opens in new tab): Christmas deals on trees, lights, wreaths, ornaments and decor
- Terrain (opens in new tab): 30% off wreaths and bunches, discounts on Christmas decor and tabletop
- Wayfair (opens in new tab): enjoy savings across the Wayfair Christmas categories
1. Give Santa a prime spot on the Christmas tree
He is the man of the moment, so getting Santa Claus involved in your festive decor is always a good idea – especially if you suspect you might be on the naughty list. To make his presence feel sophisticated rather than kitsch, choose to celebrate him through vintage-style glass decorations, like this Santa in Sleigh Glass Ornament from Bloomingdale’s, and combine nostalgia with quality.
Bloomingdale's Santa in Sleigh Glass Ornament |
was $52.21, now $18 at Bloomingdale's (opens in new tab)
Bloomingdale’s is offering discounts across the entire Santa's Favorites Holiday Ornament range, which is available exclusively at the department store. That means you can pair this jolly fellow with a Faberge-style egg, a dancing nutcracker, or his doppelganger carrying a sack of presents.
2. Deck the halls with elaborate garlands
If you really want to get your Christmas fireplace ideas feeling merry and bright, fill your mantel with the most elaborate garland you can find. It’s unlikely you’ll have the fire burning all day, so continue the feeling of warmth with this Balsam Hill Gilded Leaf Magnolia Pre Lit Artificial Garland from Nordstrom, which features built-in lights, gold leaves throughout and an overall realistic look (without the pine needle droppings). Pre-lit garlands are also great for staircases and decking bare hallway walls.
Balsam Hill Gilded Leaf Magnolia Pre Lit Artificial Garland |
was $459.00, now $299.00 at Nordstrom (opens in new tab)
Jazz up your festive mantel with this 6ft pre-lit garland from Balsam Hill. With a realistic look that is sure to fool your guests, its artificial nature means you can use it year after year.
3. Celebrate the year that has passed with an annual ornament
An annual ornament can make for a lovely addition to your ornament collection. As you decorate your Christmas tree, you can look back through the years through a collection of unique ornament designs.
This design from Lenox embodies an intricate snowflake design, finished with green, blue and gold gems and a golden '2022' charm, delicately hanging from the bottom.
4. Make room for the latest trends
We can't get enough of decorating with checks (opens in new tab) here at Homes & Gardens, so why not extend this geometric style to your Christmas decorations?
We have seen many checked decorations and ornaments available across some of our favorite stores this year, and love this simple yet striking black and white design from Bloomingdale's.
5. Dress your space with an elegant tabletop tree
You can never have too many Christmas trees dotted around your home, so why not purchase a tabletop design to sit beautifully on your Christmas table (or wherever you please!)
This tree decoration from Balsam Hill features glitter, pearly beads and glistening faceted crystals, bringing the glimmer of moonlit snow to a tabletop.
Available in three different sizes, this elegant tree can integrate into a range of styled spaces.
Balsam Hill Crystal & Bead Champagne Tabletop Tree |
was $289.00, now $199 at Nordstrom (opens in new tab)
Add a beautiful decoration to your tabletop this holiday season and save on the Balsam Hill Crystal & Bead Champagne Tabletop Tree, available at Nordstrom.
6. Get Christmassy with your soft furnishings
You may not think of cushions when shopping for luxury Christmas decorations, but purchasing some festive cushion covers to transform your ordinary cushions can be a great way to enhance a festive theme, and make your space feel more special and unique.
We love these stylish beaded cushion covers from Amara, embodying a more contemporary, Christmas color palette and abstract pattern, we also like that the design can be used all year round if preferred.
7. Create a relaxed and rustic look
Christmas foliage ideas can transform your home with the beauty of the outdoors and natural decoration.
We often think of green and red tones when decorating with Christmas foliage, but there are so many different colors, plants, and flowers to choose from that can perfectly match your style and space.
For a more rustic and relaxed look, we love this Faux Cedar Garland from Terrain in a light finish, ideal for draping over a mantel or across a dining table or side table.
8. Transform your yard into a glistening grotto
Embracing outdoor Christmas decor ideas (opens in new tab) can ensure every inch of your home and yard feels festive.
Of course, you can't go wrong with bright outdoor Christmas lights, but why not take things one step further and bring beautiful ornament designs to your yard!
Frontgate have a great collection of unique outdoor displays (opens in new tab), from giant baubles, to reindeers, wrapped presents and sleighs – what a way to make a merry statement and dazzle passersby!
9. Create a cozy atmosphere with a Christmas candle
From beautiful candles in colored glass and festive patterns and prints to designs with unique seasonal scents, there are so many Christmas candle ideas to choose from, helping to make your home feel more inviting and cozy as well as making it smell great.
We love this simple, luxury Millwood Pines candle. With a rosemary and mint scent, three wick design and a unique, wooden holder, the candle is perfect for placing on a dining table, mantel or coffee table.
Wayfair Millwood Pines Luxury Rosemary and Mint Scented Designer Candle |
was $42, now $16.99 at Wayfair (opens in new tab)
Ensure your home smells amazing this festive season and enjoy a great discount on this rustic three-wick candle from Millwood Pines at Wayfair.
10. Save on a set of decorations
Purchasing a set of coordinating Christmas decorations is great if you want your Christmas tree to have a stylish, themed design. Whether you want a tree filled with ball ornaments in different colors, or prefer a mix of different shapes but all sharing the same color palette, there are so many Christmas ornament sets you can purchase to perfectly match your style.
This Pink Glass Ornaments Set from Bloomingdale's will look beautiful on a white Christmas tree for a more modern look, or create a colorful contrast on a traditional green tree.
Ailis started out at British GQ, where a month of work experience turned into 18 months of working on all sorts of projects, writing about everything from motorsport to interiors, and helping to put together the GQ Food & Drink Awards. She then spent three years at the London Evening Standard, covering restaurants and bars. After a period of freelancing, writing about food, drink and homes for publications including Conde Nast Traveller, Luxury London and Departures, she started at Homes & Gardens as a Digital Writer, allowing her to fully indulge her love of good interior design. She is now a fully fledged food PR but still writes for Homes & Gardens as a contributing editor.
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