Our Favorite Holiday Ideas From Rate My Space

You know how to celebrate the season in style! Check out these beautiful holiday ideas from fellow Rate My Space members.

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Stockings don't have to match. Find fun, patterned fabrics in coordinating colors to create one-of-a-kind stockings. RMSer and do-it-yourselfer laurabruen goes all out to decorate her 1856 farmhouse for Christmas each year, including a sparkling mantel display.

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Use neutral accents to create a delicate holiday display. RMSer jennih gets her chocolate-brown living room ready for the holidays with subtle, elegant touches. Small lighted trees and cream-colored stockings highlight the mantel, while gold ornaments placed strategically around the room add extra sparkle.

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Spice up your tabletop with a centerpiece of glittering trees and stacked ornament topiaries. RMSer ms mags creates interest by placing each item on a cake plate of varying height.

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Update the traditional color scheme. RMSer honeybray uses bright cherry and apple hues for a modern twist on the classic red and green palette.

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Add color to your evergreen garlands. RMSer Leanne Michael Interiors fills out a mantel garland with chartreuse and fuchsia poinsettias, glitter-dipped hydrangeas and strands of sugared fruit.

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Greet guests with a beautiful holiday display in your entry. RMSer hawkindot drapes lighted garland and damask along her staircase's banister and tops the landing with a bedecked tree.

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Whether your home is country comfy or sleek modern, choose holiday decor that matches your style. RMSer LogHomeLiving embraces her log home's rustic style with a mantel display that includes pinecones, pheasant feathers and snowshoes.

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Don't stop with just one Christmas tree. Find a few smaller ones to place in guest rooms, playrooms or even your own bedroom to spread holiday cheer throughout the house. RMSer mysweetsavannah designs a tree for each of her children's rooms to match their room themes: shabby chic for her daughter and western for her son.

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