The Top 10 Places To Shop For Holiday Home Decor

It always brightens the mood to hang some holiday home decor and jazz up your living space. Even if you’re not into the bright red and green colour palette, there’s such a variety of whites, golds, silvers, blues, and so much more as an alternative. The holidays are almost here, so it’s definitely time to get your home ready for the festivities.

Here are the top places to shop for holiday home decor.

William Ashley Warehouse Sale

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If you’ve never been to the William Ashley Warehouse Sale, you seriously need to check it out. The Christmas section is massive, and with that being said, it’s actually the largest assortment of holiday decor in the GTA. Not only will you find all of the Christmas decor that you need in that department, but items are all up to 80% off in the warehouse. The in-person sale is on until December 23.

Crate & Barrel 

Crate & Barrel curate inspirational pieces for the home and connects the creative work of designers to people and places around the world. Browse ornaments, stockings, gift wrap, holiday entertainment, and so much more, all online.

Bed Bath & Beyond

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This holiday season Bed Bath & Beyond is the one-stop shop for all your tree decorating needs. Plus, find all of the indoor and outdoor decorations you’ll need to spread joy this Christmas! Discover gorgeous tree toppers, wreaths, garlands, and much more online!

Urban Outfitters

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Shop cozy fairy lights, adorable ornaments, sweet scented candles, and even score the Mariah Carey Christmas album to really get you into the holiday spirit. The brand has unique and interesting pieces to include in your home this year.

Anthropologie

Create your own little snowy village with Anthropologie. There are a variety of different styles and designs of decor, from bright and vibrant, to low-key and neutral. You’re sure to find decorations that will compliment your home interior.

CB2

CB2 offers such chic and luxurious looking holiday pieces that are a true work of art. Scroll through all of the different seasonal categories and find items that catch your eye. Plus, there’s a ‘Host with Jenna Fisher’, a ‘Decorate with Kara Mann’, and a ‘Dine with Matthew Williamson’ tab to check out all of their top picks.

Nordstrom Canada 

Nordstrom Canada has the cutest ornaments from a martini glass, a lollipop, burger and fries, a banana split, and so many more. Now with the Canadian site up and running, you won’t have to pay hefty shipping fees anymore to get your items delivered. Add some sparkle and glitter to your decor list this year with Nordstrom!

Walmart

Shop awesome prices and a huge variety of holiday home decor at Wal-Mart. You can shop almost everything online, and peruse through a bunch of different categories. Even grab an ugly Christmas sweater for yourself since they’re a must during the holidays.

Amazon

Of course, Amazon, had to make it on the list of places to shop for holiday decor. It pretty much has everything you need, plus the awesome Prime shipping. If you’re searching for holiday welcome mats, wreaths, pillows, mugs, and more, Amazon has you covered.

Hudson’s Bay

Hudson’s Bay is such a classic spot to pick up your festive decor. Shop a mixture of posh designer pieces and beautiful affordable ones. Even the timeless Hudson’s Bay stripe collection always feels perfect for the holidays.

Wayfair

Wayfair is one of the largest online destinations for home decor. If you’re searching for holiday decor, you’re in luck. From Christmas pillows, to snow globes, to stockings, to advent calendars, and even gorgeous Christmas villages, Wayfair has endless options to browse.

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