Non-Cheesy Holiday Décor You Can Start Putting Out Now

For a while, I was kind of anti-holiday décor. Sure, I’d get a Christmas tree, but anything else seemed a little lame and I felt like it clashed with everything else I owned. I’ve grown to learn that you can decorate for the holidays without it being cheesy or the stereotypical red and green, and that holiday décor can be refined, fun and fit into your own personal style.

Scroll on for some pieces that you can start adding into your home for the holidays!

Fuzzy Accents

This sheepskin rug adds warmth to your space that makes sense for the holiday season because it’s typically colder. This would be super cute as a rug or thrown over a chair in your living or dining room.

A Modern Wreath

Technically you could leave this up all year long, but it’s also super cute as a wreath. You could even add some fresh (or fake) garland to it!

“Non-holiday” Holiday Pillows

It’s green, it’s fuzzy and the flip side is velvet: I’d say that’s pretty holiday to me. It’s the perfect way to add some chic holiday tones to your living room without it being an eyesore.

Functional Pieces

You need logs for the fire all winter long—not just for the holidays. Pretty and practical? I’m in.

Cute Art Print

I love this art print with a little nod to the holiday spirit, but also applicable at all times of life.


Add some twinkle lights around your house that you don’t have to feel guilty about leaving up once the holidays are over.

Wooden Accents

These cute wooden trees don’t necessarily scream Christmas trees, which I appreciate, but still add some winter flair to wherever you put them.

Holiday Candles

I’m so obsessed with Boy Smells candles and was so excited to see it has a holiday scent! The red and pink jar is on trend and would look cute anywhere.

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Be sure to also check out The Best Holiday Gifts For The Fashion Lover and How To Stay On Budget This Holiday Season Without Feeling FOMO for more holiday inspo!

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Author: Evalyn Duke