Trends: More Holiday Color Palettes

The holiday season is the time for surprises, so why not extend the excitement to your décor? While red and green, and silver and gold are traditional color combinations, HGTV recently shared some unexpected holiday palettes that could shake up your festivities. Which is your favorite?

 

White + Gold

Give gold accents a contemporary twist when you pair them with white. “The juxtaposition of gold’s warm undertones and white’s coolness strikes the perfect balance,” says HGTV.

 

Hot Pink + Lime Green + White + Red

Bright colors make a big statement. Combine hot pink, lime green, white and a pop of red for a whimsical, playful twist to the holidays.

 

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Robin’s Egg Blue + Red + White

Give your holiday a retro twist by combining Robin’s egg blue, red and white. This color combo is a natural if you love midcentury modern style.

Trends: Holiday Color Palettes

Traditional holiday color combinations are well loved, but sometimes the season can feel more festive if you choose unexpected shades instead. HGTV recently offered ideas for holiday palettes, and we’re sharing two more. Which one is your favorite?

 

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Kelly Green + Baby Blue + White

Combine Kelly green, baby blue and white for a fresh take on the holidays. The key is using lots of white, says HGTV. Give it a festive slant by adding whimsical patterns, such as polka dots or snowflakes.

 

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Violet + Brown + Bronze + White

For a more masculine holiday, combine violet, brown, bronze and white. The key is to use brown and bronze as the dominant colors with violet as the festive accent, says HGTV.

 

Look Alike Holiday Garland

It’s time to start decking the halls … but why spend too much? These two holiday garlands would be the perfect way to dress up your mantel or front door. One is from Frontgate, and sells for $469 for a five-foot piece, and the other is the nine-foot home garland from Art Van Furniture, which sells for $119 plus free shipping.

 

Both have beautiful red ribbons and faux flowers, but the Art Van version also includes clear lights. Click here to grab the better deal. We’ve got the look (for a lot less!)

Trends: Holiday Color Palettes

Red and green, and silver and gold are traditional holiday color combinations, but lots of color can feel festive when you let your imagination play. HGTV recently offered some unexpected holiday color palettes. Here are two to consider:

Green + Brown

Mother Nature has great taste, and you can always count on color combinations found in the great outdoors. Green and brown will lend an earthy feel to your holiday décor, feeling a rustic and natural.

Parchment + White

You can never go wrong when you stick to neutrals in home décor, and the same is true with holiday decorating. This pair offers an understated elegance, relying on pattern and a touch of sparkle to convey your holiday best.

Five Quick Holiday Updates

Creating a festive setting in your home doesn’t have to involve a complete redo of your rooms. It can be as easy as adding a new accent or accessory. Take a look at these five simple additions that will get you (and your home) into the holiday spirit.

 

Throw Pillows

Nothing could be easier than tossing a few seasonal pillows onto your sofa, sectional or easy chair. Choose something that coordinates with your décor and create instant holiday cheer.

 

Garland

Wrap your chandelier, wall art or windows with garland and you will transform your room into a winter wonderland. Add bows for a quick pop of color.

 

Faux Fur

Bring instant warmth to a room with faux fur. Drape a blanket at the foot of your bed to bring a sense of richness. Or use a blanket or pillow on your living room sofa for the feeling of a luxe lodge.

 

Candles

Swap out your lamps or everyday candles for something with a little bit of bling. Silver candlesticks signal that something special is happening. Or add a lantern for the feel of a cozy cabin.

Plaid

Drape red plaid runners on your dining room table and instantly get into the holiday spirit. This classic look goes perfectly with farmhouse style, giving your room a heartwarming traditional feel.