Gospel singer BeBe Winans' elegant living room is decked out for the holiday season with a floor-to-ceiling Christmas tree dressed with silver, gold and white baubles, as seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. Lighted wreaths and long, trailing bows adorn the oversized windows on both sides of the tree.
Integrate antiques and beloved family heirlooms into your holiday decorating to give meaning and a sense of timelessness to the occasion. These gilt bar accessories and glasses mix beautifully with the copper details in this dining room.
As seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes, designer Laurie March transformed TV personality Kendra Wilkinson and husband Hank Basketts' living room into a glittering, disco-inspired Holiday wonderland featuring a twelve-foot tall, white Christmas tree with deep blue and chartreuse ornaments, a custom mantle art piece, disco balls and copper-colored balloons on the ceiling. The tall, dramatic tree helps fill the large, empty space in Kendra's high ceiling living room.
HGTV's special Celebrity Holiday Homes gives Dee Snider, the lead singer of the popular heavy metal band Twisted Sister as well as radio personality and actor, a dose of holiday cheer by decorating his home for the holidays. This is a detail picture of the Christmas and Holiday decorations, decorative balls, lights, decorative branch, flowers and diy spray painting detail on the Christmas tree in the living room during HGTV's special Celebrity Holiday Homes with Dee Snider.
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What if the colors in your year-round decorating don’t look great with red and green? No worries: It’s easy to find holiday baubles and more in virtually every color of the rainbow—even ones that work beautifully with the great room’s western-inspired shades of terracotta and taupe. Also, don’t feel constrained by “traditional” décor choices. Add personality with off-beat and fun elements, like a cowboy hat tree topper.
A wall of glass extends to the peaked, cathedral-height ceiling in this expansive Lake Tahoe great room, overlooking a view as picture-perfect as a holiday card. This mountain home is directly on the skyway, allowing residents ski-in, ski-out access. The structure's orientation on its high-elevation lot offers 180-degree views.
Make the mantel a holiday focal point of your living room by incorporating a larger accent and balancing it with smaller items of equal size. One-of-a-kind handmade stockings add a unique touch and bring a splash of color to this modern mantelscape.
Two identical chairs add symmetry to a room. With the whirl of holiday parties and entertaining, pushing these cozy cloth chairs together and adding a small side table for snacks or cocktails invites conversation and opens up your living room space to even more people.
Who needs red and green for Christmas? This bold black and white Atlanta living room is decorated for the holiday with white stockings. Topiary and a plant provide the only pops of color in the room. Black and white bird paintings, black and white pillows and curtains and white sofas finish the look.
A few choice accents in bright, poinsettia red are festive additions to this neutral living room – which proves that you don't have to overhaul on decorations during the holidays. Red curtains, plaid and check throw pillows, and a country-inspired Christmas tree achieve a rustic elegance without over doing it.
This tree, in the East Entrance Landing, will pay tribute to those in the Armed Forces and their families. The room will be filled with red, white and blue, and the tree will be trimmed with gold star ornaments. While visiting, guests can write notes of thanks and send the joy of the holidays to those serving in the military.
No matter what your year-round color scheme may be, a few touches of red can instantly transform any space into a holiday masterpiece. In this formal living room, a few red accents added to the blue and gray palette jazz up this cozy spot for Christmas.
This rustic living room with stone walls and fireplace is all decked out for Christmas. Stockings are hung from the mantel with care while decorative trees, decorations, candles, and greenery draw attention to the illuminated Christmas star above. Two simple upholstered chairs up front provide a perfect sitting area for holiday guests. Blue and white patterned throw pillows add some winter glitz to the otherwise neutral room.