I’m one of those people who breaks out the holiday decorations on Black Friday and leaves them up through Epiphany in January. This is the tradition I grew up with, and it’s what I’m hoping to pass down to my daughter. Of course, some people start wearing holiday PJs in October, and then there are the late-comers who toss up decorations right before the big day. There’s no wrong way to celebrate—and many ways that are right.
No matter which decorating timeline resonates with you—and whatever winter holiday you observe—it’s fun to stock up on some new decor. From Christmas trees and menorahs to kinaras and Epiphany tchotchkes, there are plenty of amazing finds you can snap up now and have shipped to your door before your holidays begin. (Even before Hanukkah, which begins at sundown on December 8 this year.)
Since there are plenty of Cyber Week sales still running, you can even snag major discounts from popular retailers like Target, Marshalls, Bloomingdales, Saks Off 5th, Amazon, and more.
Top Holiday Decor from Michaels
A lot of people only think of Michaels as a craft store. However, the national art supply retailer also carries a large assortment of seasonal decor, including plenty of options for the winter holidays. Michael’s also has some of the more impressive Kwanzaa decor offerings, like this Kwanzaa “Being Together is Everything” throw pillow that’s 50% off right now. If you prefer more holiday-neutral decor, this Hot Cocoa Wall Sign is also half off, and this “It’s the Most Wonderful Time” wall sign is just $17—down from $35.
Top Holiday Decor from Target
Avid Target shoppers know that your first stop when you enter the store should be the Dollar Days section. Specifically, Target has a viral following for their holiday birds, known as Featherly Friends. This $5 Featherly Friend has a cute ear flap hat—cute to the max. Meanwhile, there’s also another Featherly Friend dressed as St. Nick, which is also only $5. But Target also has a solid Hanukkah selection, including this Wood and Brass Dreidel figure and a fun twist on the menorah with this Interactive Wall Hanging—pretty enough to display, sturdy enough where kids can interact with it. While Target doesn’t have a real Kwanzaa decor section, the brand does offer plenty of kid-friendly books that are perfect for bedtime stories and to teach little ones about the importance of this holiday.
Top Holiday Decor from Walmart
Take a fun twist on tic-tac-toe with this wooden Hanukkah-themed version that’s just $9. But if you’re looking for some inflatables for your yard that aren’t super expensive, Walmart is the place to shop. This 6-foot lit snowman is just $34, down from $50. Meanwhile, let a nutcracker stand guard with this inflatable version that’s on sale for 30% off. And if you want to set a scene, this North Pole Sign inflatable is just $32.
Top Holiday Decor from Amazon
When people want to shop, they often turn to Amazon first, and holiday decor is no exception. For fun accents, consider some throw pillows such as these winter snowflake throw pillow covers or rustic, farmhouse-style signs and decor with a cute buffalo plaid motif. For Kwanzaa observers, flameless candles are always the way to go since you can use them year after year—and they’re just $30. Similarly, Hanukkah celebrants can snap up these dripless candles for only $10.
Top Holiday Decor from Bed, Bath & Beyond
Home decor fans rejoiced when Overstock bought Bed, Bath & Beyond and kept a favorite home goods store alive. And that means you can take advantage of that fan-favorite 20% off coupon—which means many of the prices below could be even lower. For those who love a classic Christmas theme, these pom-pom stockings are marked down to $51, from $80. For a holiday-neutral effect, consider the Silver Foil Snowflake blackout curtains. Or, set a festive table for Hanukkah with these place settings that are only $28.
Top Holiday Decor from Wayfair
While most people think of Wayfair for home furnishings, the company also has a wide selection of decor, including seasonal offerings. If you need a Christmas tree, the online retailer has pre-lit options starting as low as $76, such as this 6.5-foot North Valley Christmas Tree. For an elevated menorah, this glass option is only $59. For lush wreaths and garland, there’s a beautiful 108-inch pre-lit faux pinecone garland that’s just $48.
Top Holiday Decor from Marshalls
Marshalls is another excellent destination for home decor—including winter holiday picks. This Snoopy buffalo plaid throw is perfect for cozying up to a re-watching of A Charlie Brown Christmas and is only $17. For a classic take on holiday decor, this mint-hued nutcracker is a great accent piece for a tablescape. For more neutral options, this hand-knit cable pillow or this cute ski-inspired option is ideal for creating a charming, comfortable environment on guest beds or in your living room.
Top Holiday Decor from Saks Off 5th
We can’t ignore that Saks—even Saks Off 5th—is a splurge stop on our holiday decor shopping journey. But there are still some fantastic sales on accent pieces for your home. Give your front yard a little cheer with this LED Snowman Lawn Ornament that’s currently $110. There are still plenty of other items under $100, like an animated elf kicker, a 3-piece Night Before Christmas mug set, and an LED ceramic tree decor piece.
Top Holiday Decor from Bloomingdale’s
Bloomingdale’s is another great place to pick up cute accents. While the brand is known for being more prestige options—and yes we included a few splurge finds—you can also find plenty of modestly priced decor to make your home more festive. For those upcoming holiday parties, these adorable snow globe wine stoppers also serve as a conversation piece. For a posh collectible you can pass down to future generations, this Waterford Crystal Gingerbread House is always a fun treat. You can also celebrate the Festival of Lights with this floral-inspired Botanical Leaf Menorah.
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