From all of us at The Home Depot, “Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!”
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Try something a little unusual this Christmas to give your holiday decorations a unique touch. In this short video, Home Depot associate Ruth will demonstrate how you can create beautiful holiday chandeliers from Christmas wreaths to hang in any room of your home.
You’ll see it takes just minutes to make these festive wreath chandeliers, using live or artificial wreaths, wired Christmas ribbon and ceiling hooks. We’ve also prepared an easy-to-follow how-to guide you can access on The Home Depot Community Forums. Deck the halls (or living rooms and dining rooms) distinctly with this and other great holiday project ideas you can find on The Home Depot’s Holiday Decorations page.
In our 2012 edition of the Holiday Style Guide, we asked our readers to submit photos showing off their holiday decorations for our Best Holiday on Display contest. To enter for a chance to win a $1,000 Home Depot Gift Card, readers tagged their Instagram photos using the hashtag #HomeDepotStyleGuide2012. We received tons of fantastic entries that were full of festive cheer. Here are a few of the favorites!
Above: the contest’s winning photo, by skylizard to Instagram
Like the light-up Yoda in the photo above? The 36 in. Star Wars Yoda Lawn Decor is available online.
Wreaths are a Christmas classic, and they add festive cheer wherever you hang them in your home. This year, experiment with hanging Christmas wreaths throughout your home, rather than just on your front door!
One of my favorite ways to dress my home for the holidays is to add in fresh greenery wherever I can. Of course that means putting up a Christmas tree, hanging wreaths wherever possible, and planting paper white bulbs that bloom throughout December. For something fresh this year, I decided to create a snowy tableau on my coffee table using a wreath, faux snow, and candles. If you don’t want to dress up your coffee table, this would make a lovely Christmas centerpiece for a dining room table, kitchen island, or even a console table!
Just in time to help you add some sophisticated whimsy to your home holiday decorations, Martha Stewart and Hannah Milman are back with another creative craft project. Here they’ll show you how simple it is to create beautiful Christmas centerpieces to decorate your home using potted trees, festive greenery and ornaments from the Martha Stewart Living Winterberry Christmas Collection.
This little holiday project takes just minutes to complete and will keep the Christmas spirit alive well into the New Year. And for more holiday tips from Martha Stewart, here’s one on Christmas table decorating you’re sure to love.
Shopping, cooking and last-minute prep to ready the house for holiday visitors – there’s a lot of work to be done before the big day. So, let us help take some of the holiday decorations duties off your plate with the Wesley Pine Quick-Set Christmas tree from our Home Accents Holiday collection.
If you’re looking for a Christmas tree to bring convenience and joy to your home this holiday season, take a look at these attractive pre-lit Christmas trees. They’re available with clear or multicolored Christmas lights, and the light plugs are located right inside the tree pole for easy access. The whole tree with lights assembles in a snap — and then it’s ready to be decked out with all your favorite Christmas ornaments. Wesley Pine artificial Christmas trees are perfect as a primary tree, or as secondary tree for another room in the home.
Christmas wreaths are a simple yet beautiful way to spread the holiday spirit all throughout the house, indoors and out. In addition to decorating doors and windows, wreaths look wonderful over the mantel, lying on a tabletop, and we’ve even seen a few hanging from chandeliers.
In this video Martha Stewart and Hannah Millman show you how to create your own signature wreath using ornaments from Martha’s Arctic collection. The Arctic ornaments come in shades of blue and silver with shiny, matte and glitter finishes. You’ll also find snowflake, polar bear, penguin and icicle ornaments sprinkled into this wintry mix.
This is a great little holiday craft project that requires little more than Christmas wreaths, some thin-gauge hobby wire and a few of your favorite Martha Stewart Living Christmas ornaments.
Put on an amazing display of holiday spirit this season with LightShow Christmas lighting. This versatile family of energy-efficient Christmas lights features an array of lighting effects that will make your home the awe and envy of the neighborhood.
Dangle Shooting Star Icicle or Starry Night Christmas lights from the edge of the roof that mimic softly falling and twinkling stars. Decorate doors, windows and columns with color-changing synchro lights and flexible ribbon lights. And, you can connect up to 17 different light show kits together with an integrated remote control to orchestrate your own symphony of lights.
Here’s a sparkling example of what your home could look like bedazzled with indoor and outdoor Christmas lights from LightShow.
In our Style Challenge series, we ask some of our favorite bloggers from around the web to surprise us with their ideas for creating a stylish and functional space using Home Depot products as a starting point.
For the Holiday Edition of the Style Challenge, we sent a big box of Home Depot Christmas decorations to Ashley and Greg Brown of the blog 7th House on the Left. They came up with one of the most clever and amazing outdoor Christmas decorating ideas we’ve ever seen. Their attention to detail in this retro-TV Christmas yard art is impressive, and they explain how they did it, from start to finish. Ashley has the beginning of the story …
When the folks at The Home Depot asked us to be a part of the Holiday Style Challenge, I knew this was indeed going to be a challenge for an obsessive planner like me. It sounded like a fun challenge though, and it was the type of project we hadn’t tackled before, so we threw our hats in the ring! When we were assigned the front yard, we were really excited and anxious all at the same time. Last year, we were knee-deep in a huge kitchen renovation, and the year before, we were just moving in. This year is the first year we’ll have ever decorated the front yard for Christmas.