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Holiday Wall Decor Ideas

When it comes to the holidays, Christmas wall decor could be that final piece of eye candy that takes your space from drab to fab this season.


Pine & Evergreen Swags


“One of my favorite holiday decor tricks is adding swags to art work and light fixtures,” Jenna Sue Designs explains. “On our gallery wall picture lights, I draped a Norfolk pine branch with velvet ribbon. This simple addition brings an elegant touch to any room and is an easy way to make a space feel festive.”


$90.30


Save space and sparkle up your holiday decor: our Pre-lit Wall Hanging Olive Leaf Tree is an updated, unique alternative, perfect for a guest bedroom, entryway, or any area where floor space is at a premium. Great option if you no longer wish to display a standard, full-sized tree, or for use as a second tree.


Pricing is size-dependent; from $63 to $369


Emma Scarvey’s signature style is storytelling with a brush, characterized by thick brush strokes and effective lighting. Her incredible method is a fresh new twist on still life. Solid faced canvas prints are 1.25” thick and feature a sealed, finished back and pre-installed hanging hardware. It’s designed to hang tough and is super easy to display.


Christmas Card Feature Display


Create a focal point and pin cards along ribbon strung vertically across a gold hoop. Choose a ribbon that will stand out against your wall colour, or go for gold to match the hoop

For a finishing flourish, top with some fresh foliage tied in place with florist's wire, then hang the whole display on the wall from a picture hook or nail.


Pricing is size-dependent; from $69 to $409


Victoria Borges art style can be described as whimsical, modern and innovative. Festively patterned trees in gold and shades of blue surround a brown house and a bright red sled embellishes the snowy landscape in this decorative holiday decor. Solid faced canvas prints are 1.25” thick and feature a sealed, finished back and pre-installed hanging hardware. It’s designed to hang tough and is super easy to display.


Traipse Lights Twinkling Display


A great way to add some Christmas decor to you wall, is with a simple set of fairy lights. Choose a waterfall set, like Amazon's Waterfall hanging lights $16.99.99 and attach along the top of a picture rail, panelling or just where the ceiling meets the wall. Use clear Command hooks so that they don't damage the paint work and let them fall to the floor.


$129


Create a winter wonderland in your own home with this Snowy Forest Canvas Art Print. Its beautiful landscape will have you wishing for a snow day! Contact your local Kirkland's store for availability. Quantities and selection may vary by location.


Ornament Waterfall


Baubles and ornaments are not just for the tree! The Christmas staples can add a splash of colour, glamour and sparkle to any wall when suspended on delicate lengths of ribbon. Hang them from the top of door frames and picture rails to provide a plinth to secure the ribbons without being seen.


$25.99


Instantly download these 6 minimalist botanical Christmas prints to decorate your home and be reminded of the reason for the season! These bible verse printables have a clean and minimal aesthetic with a handwritten font and botanical line art.


Wreaths Over Existing Art


A Christmas wreath tied with red ribbon makes a pretty addition to this monochrome buffalo check artwork. You can do this to any mirrors, windows, or frames in your house, or simply drape some greenery over the top of the frame if you don't want to remove it to secure the ribbon.


Foliage Frame


Weave foliage through an empty frame to create a decorative detail perfect for a guest bedroom wall. If you have the space, a trio of frames would look wonderful hanging over a bed or a living room mantelpiece, with lengths of ivy or eucalyptus draped over them. Scour vintage shops and flea markets for unique frames.


So, start now and deck the halls and walls this holiday season!

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