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If you're trying to freshen up the same old Christmas decorations you've had for years, Spruce Home's got you covered! This year, the store is featuring lots of felt decor items - including wonderful garlands, ornaments and trees. They're recommending to think outside the box by mixing textures like marble stocking holders with wood Santas and Cedar bark trees. One of the best and easiest ways to update your home for the holidays is pillows. Whether it's plaid or Santas or holiday sayings, this store is chock full of adorable additions to your couch or chairs.
As seen in the picture above, beautifully rustic tiered servers can compliment your favorite holiday dishes with tartan plaid chargers and peppermint striped "Merry" napkins that cheer up any table.
And don't miss the green lanterns at the store along with easy paper decorative striped placemats. Your kids will love the hot chocolate bar you can serve up with personalized plates just for that purpose! Huge wooden Santas on easels will grace your front door, and even your canine friends can get in on the act! Take it from Rico, the resident beagle who frequents the store quite often and can usually be seen in his holiday best, you will love the adorable holiday dog collars, available in plaid and needlepoint.
Want to simplify your decorating this year? Relax and take the advice of the owners of Spruce Home:
TOP 3 WAYS TO FRESHEN UP YOUR HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
1. Head to Costco and get real garland and a wreathe for the modest price of around $45. Have fun with felt garland from Spruce Home on your real wreathe and add a plaque with a cute saying.
2. Don't be afraid to be creative with colors - blues and pinks are now in for Christmas. And anything with antlers!
3. Repurpose items from season to season. For example, change out a wooden bowl or basket from Fall Decor to Christmas ornaments and moss balls.
Visit Rico at Spruce Home for all your holiday decorating needs!
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