Consider adding two or three oversized ornaments or embellishments to your Christmas tree. This is the best way to pull together a color scheme and play with pattern mixing. Designer Britany Simon created these black, white and red poinsettias from solid-colored felt and patterned cottons. Once added to the tree, they become the first thing guests notice then help draw the eye around the room to other coordinating design elements.
Bring a playful glow to your lawn with oversized ornaments made from globe shades, food storage bowls and string lights. For more curb appeal, cluster them together in odd numbers and choose extension cords that blend in with your landscaping.
Actress Garcelle Beauvais is thrilled to be a part of HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. The holiday makeover is a kid-friendly delight, which features six-foot-tall toy soldiers, a faux red brick fireplace, oversized ornaments and a candy cane theme tree.
Actress Garcelle Beauvais is ecstatic to be a part of HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes. The holiday makeover is a kid-friendly delight, which features six-foot-tall toy soldiers, a faux red brick fireplace, oversized ornaments, and a candy cane theme tree.
The holidays demand you go all out and that is especially true with your containers, curated here by Boxwoods Garden and Gifts of Atlanta. Here evergreens of different varieties, along with oversized ornaments and outdoor-suitable ribbon give these zinc containers a luxurious look. Two bookend containers at your entryway inside or out can set the stage for a festive holiday welcome.
There's something distinctly modern about vintage inspired ornaments. Their simplicity and beauty always hold up over time. Add a few that are oversized. They make a bold statement and instantly give the tree a cleaner, less cluttered look.
Since Sherri Shepherd has almost 12-foot ceilings, designer Michael Russo wants to make full use of the vertical space. He hangs ivory tulle panels and oversized gold ornaments with a champagne bow. HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes shows you how Russo achieves this look.
Cluster a trio of oversized lanterns together and fill them with greenery, candles, lights, nativity figures or special ornaments. Home decor blogger Amy Buchanan of AttaGirlSays likes to hang wreaths on the lanterns to add color and texture.