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The Most Popular Christmas Decor Trends on Pinterest

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Pinterest is a goldmine when it comes to sourcing inspiration and ideas, especially at Christmas. Whether you’re after DIY decorating ideas, creative Christmas tree alternatives or table setting themes to wow your guests, Pinterest has it covered.

To help you pin down (pardon the pun) and manifest the most-popular looks of the season in your own home, Pinterest have released their stats on the top trending Christmas decor ideas people are searching for and saving.

Neutral Tablescapes

A neutral palette seems to be the preference when it comes to decorating the table this Christmas, with search results for ‘neutral tablescapes’ up 67 percent. Think natural linens, classic white crockery, and textured ceramics and jazz it up with a beautiful Christmas centerpiece.

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Natural Centerpieces

People are looking to the great outdoors for their Christmas decorating needs this year, searching for nature-inspired centerpieces and Christmas floral arrangements that are natural, relaxed and budget friendly.

Natural Centerpiece

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Green Garland

Forget tinsel, it’s all about bringing the outdoors in this Christmas with fresh garlands crafted from native foliage? Keep it simple with a big branch of fresh foliage laid down the center of the table or strung above a doorway.

Garland pinterest

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Blue & White China

We’d like to say “it’s back,” but did classic blue and white china ever go anywhere? Loved for its timeless and elegant appeal, tableware such as this Spode china mixes effortlessly with shell decorations and masses of creamy faux gardenias for a sophisticated coastal setting.

The Star of David

With the growing popularity of Scandinavian style and the Danish concept of hygge – pronounced “hoo-ga” — it’s no surprise that these design principals are influencing the way we dress our home for Christmas. The iconic Star of David has been re-imagined into a Scandinavian-inspired decoration that can be made easily out of sticks, branches or thin lengths of timber and embellished with fairy lights or fresh greenery.

Star of David

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Japanese Furoshiki Wrapping

Forgo the wrapping paper this year in favor of a more sophisticated and sustainable alternative — fabric! Not only does this traditional Japanese gift wrapping method look great, it will prevent you ending up with a garbage bin full of paper waste on Boxing Day. Buy some beautiful linen or a cute printed tea towel that can be reused.

Japanese Wrapping

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Glitter-Dipped Balloons

According to Pinterest, balloons are big this Christmas – especially if they’ve been dipped in glitter. Usually reserved for birthday parties or baby showers, people are now turning to balloons to elevate their festive style as seen below in the house of ‘Real Housewives of Melbourne’ star Chyka Keebaugh’s home.

Glitter Balloon

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This article originally appeared on our sister site Homes to Love.

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