Give your year-round candelabra a quick makeover for the holidays. Add glittery Christmas candlesticks and wrap flashy gold garland around the frame for added drama. Janell Beals suggests adding pinecones and other natural elements to complete the look.
Use one color to make a statement. HGTV fan Manzardo mixes gold ornaments and accents into a mantel garland to create a holiday focal point. Any metallic, like bronze or silver, adds sparkle, while a more colorful choice, like red, blue or lime green, makes for a bold, eye-catching display.
On HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes, a beautiful gold and champagne color palette was selected for Sherri Shepherd's holiday decor. Simple white pillar candles, magnolia blossoms and gold garland help accent the hearth as a visual focal point in the living room.
HGTV fan Leanne Michael Interiors created a lush and colorful arrangement for the holidays. Hues of raspberry, gold and pale green combined with various fruits and candies deliver a burst of color to a formal off-white fireplace and mantel.
Fresh cedar pine, fir branches and magnolia leaves combine with fruit, pine cones and berries for an ultra-natural and festive look. Strands of gold beads add a surprising hint of color within the garland.
Pomegranates and pinecones add color and texture to this fresh, evergreen garland centerpiece. The garland provides a natural contrast to the luxe crystal glasses and gold charger plates placed at each setting.
Fresh cedar pine with gold and silver accents create elegant holiday garland in this coastal home. HGTV fan Leanne Michael Interiors added oversized ribbon bows and gold candles for an extra-stylish look.
Plaid throws and napkins set a classic tone in this elegant, traditional table spread ready for a Christmas party. Gold plate chargers and flatware add a luxurious touch while a green garland trimmed with pomegranates and pinecones add a natural feel.
Reuse a Christmas card holder (and spray paint it gold or black) to hang ornaments or non-holiday party decor, depending on when you’re entertaining. Fast and cheap black and gold accessories include tassel garland, which is inexpensive to buy or which you can make out of tissue paper.
In addition to its traditional use, magnolia garland can also be arranged in a variety of different shapes such as wreaths or topiary. To create a magnolia topiary for your yard, add the garland to a wire tomato cage, then keep it secure with zip ties.
This china’s design has a green turkey and bay leaf garland, with two bobwhite quails that tie into the region where designer J. Lee Cox lives in south Georgia. The china has a custom monogram by Savannah designer Emily McCarthy and is made by Sasha Nichols. The charger is a rattan basketweave.
A glass display box shows off holiday decorative items used throughout the home's Christmas displays, including a gold wishbone, a pomegranate and pinecone-trimmed greenery. Gifts wrapped in gold and plaid paper contribute to the classic style.