We can always count on stores like HomeGoods, Marshalls, and T.J.Maxx to kick off the holiday season with budget-friendly Christmas decor. They offer the perfect little finishing touches for your home that tie a room together without breaking the bank.
But, since the stores tend to release Christmas decorations early, the in-store aisles can feel a bit picked-over this time of year. If you want to get the best deals on holiday decor without the risk of near-empty aisles, T.J.Maxx has you covered online. This year, T.J.Maxx holiday decor mixes Christmas classics with artisanal trends, all at incredible prices.
With T.J.Maxx holiday decor online, you can have fun with new festive finds without leaving the comfort of your couch. From Christmas wreaths to holiday figurines, the T.J.Maxx online holiday decor shop is one of our favorite places to hunt for unique and stylish finds. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the best holiday decor from T.J.Maxx.
The Best T.J.Maxx Holiday Decor
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If you’re looking for a holly jolly holiday wreath, consider this gorgeous Wood Curl Wreath from Martha Stewart at T.J.Maxx. The 17.5-inch wreath features a gorgeous wooden texture accented by pine cones and winter berries with a touch of glittery sparkle. Best of all, since it doesn’t have a specific holiday look, you can easily transition this to your winter decor after December.
Add some stylish woodland-inspired decor to your space with the Becki Owens Wood Tree. This wood evergreen sculpture puts a modern spin on Christmas decor and, much like the Martha Stewart wreath, it works as winter decor, too. Place the 11-inch figurine on top of a mantle, or shelf, or add it to your tablescape centerpiece for holiday hosting.
T.J.Maxx is one of the best places to find Christmas tree decor that feels unique with a budget-friendly price tag. Case in point: The Nicole Miller Home Metal Star Tree Topper boasts a vintage-inspired feel with its classic star shape and metallic gold finish—and it costs less than $15. Pair the tree topper with corresponding silver and gold ornaments, or use it to anchor more colorful and whimsical tree decor.
If you don’t have the space for a large faux Christmas tree or are looking for an accent evergreen to up the ante on your holiday decor, the LECASA Pine Tree In Metallic Pot is a great find. This 25-inch tree features realistic pine-inspired branches potted in a brass planter for a mid-century modern aesthetic. Leave it as is or dress it up with garland, miniature ornaments, and—of course—twinkle lights.
Artisanal home decor finds are one of the most popular ways to add accent pieces to your space this year. The Nicole Miller Home Colored Glass Christmas Tree is inspired by handmade stained glass decor and costs less than $15. This tree would look beautiful on a mantle paired with other Christmas tree figurines (such as the Becki Owens Wood Tree) or placed alongside tall brass candlesticks on your holiday tablescape.
Is T.J.Maxx cheap?
Yes, the prices at T.J.Maxx are pretty low. That means sometimes it isn't always the best quality, but there are some good options at those price points – for example, Martha Stewart home goods which tends to be fairly good quality.
What other stores are like T.J.Maxx?
Marshalls and HomeGoods are similar to T.J.Maxx. You can also find some overlap with Target.
Of course, while I think these Christmas pieces are great, there's plenty of other options. For example, we've looked into similar pieces at World Market and the best of Wayfair Christmas decor. We even took a look at the Christmas decor on Amazon and found some surprisingly good pieces. However these budget-friendly options won't always cut it, so we covered more upmarket options like West Elm and Pottery Barn, too.
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Jessie Quinn is a Los Angeles-based lifestyle writer with work published in The Spruce, Apartment Therapy, Well + Good, PEOPLE, and more. She graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in fashion journalism from Academy of Art University and uses her background in fashion to inform her home decor coverage. Her personal home decor style falls somewhere at the intersection of eclectic vintage and modern maximalist, but she's drawn to all types of designs and styles. When she's not writing, you can find Jessie working on a variety of DIY and craft projects, including crocheting, sewing, and jewelry-making.
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