I’m a self-admitted Amazon addict. If Amazon shopping was a sport, I’d be pro.
Here are some of my favorite décor finds via Amazon, all reasonably priced, festive, and good quality. (As per the Amazon influencer program, commission is earned.)
If you’re looking for a simple, woodsy mantle garland, I love this rustic Christmas option dressed in pine needles and pinecones. Spanning 6.6 feet, the artificial garland mimics the real thing made from non-toxic materials. Durable and classic, the stem of the greenery is flexible to shape.
One of our yearly holiday traditions includes each member of our family getting a new meaningful ornament, and I’ve turned to the Old World Christmas brand for these special mementos. I love this cowboy boot, but as you can see in this video, we also have a sloth (paying tribute to our Costa Rica trip), a gun (my youngest thinks he’s a cowboy), and an ode to the Grand Canyon. These ornaments are hand-crafted in age-old tradition using techniques that originated in the 1800's. Molten glass is mouth-blown into finely carved molds made exclusively for Old World Christmas. The collection has over 1,400 proprietary designs. (See header image)
I love theming our guest bathroom for the holidays, and this year I’m going with antlers. Found this adorable hand towel set (comes with two) with deer embroidery. Made from quality 100% plush cotton terry, the 16" x 26" towels give a rustic cabin-feel to your space.
To go along with the antler theme, I found this deer antler napkin holder made of polyresin with a realistic antler look. Measuring 6" wide x 6" tall x 4" deep, there’s space to hold napkins is 2" wide. And as a bonus, it can also be used as a mail holder for Christmas cards.
Obsessed with this set of Christmas plaid napkins colored in red and green. With six per pack, the 100% cotton napkins measure a perfect 20x20 and they’re machine washable (gentle cycle, tumble dry low, low iron if needed). The traditional design brings good tidings and cheer to any dining table, and they are easily paired with bowed napkin rings, such as these.
I’m obsessed with these adorable reindeer candle holders. They’re a fab addition to just about anywhere; I added some to our mantle and dining table. The set of 6 tea candle holders mirror Santa’s reindeer, made of sturdy metal with a waterproof coating on the outer surface. They’re durable, not easy to bend, and won’t rust. Flaunting a vintage flare, the charming candle holders are 5.32 x 5 x 2 inches each. I prefer battery-operated LED candles; this set of 12 looks real and lasts long.
I wanted to do something festive for our every-day kitchen table without going overboard (as we use the table 50 times a day). I found this set of ornaments and put them in a wicker basket- simply for some seasonal pop (I love the gold but they come in many colors). The pack includes over 30 ornaments, all ranging in size and design (shiny, matte, sparkly, glittery). And if you have little kids like me (with hands that love to touch), you can rest assure they’re made of unbreakable plastic.
We celebrate both Christmas and Hanukkah, and one of my favorite seasonal candles reads: Oy to the World. This festive aromatherapy jar candle is beautifully scented in cinnamon. Made with 100% eco-friendly soy wax with a cotton wick, you’ll score 40+ hours of burn time.