11 Easy Holiday Decorating Tips from Top Bloggers

Camille Styles, Style Me Pretty, and more.

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Camille Styles
Must-follow bloggers share their signature, seasonal tip.
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Camille Styles
Style a Centerpiece with Branches

"Tall berry-covered branches bring the wintry outdoors in... and don't require the skills of a floral designer." — Camille Styles,

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Eric Laurits/Abby Larson
Incorporate a Vintage Element

"Bringing in really special vintage moments will instantly bring warmth to your space. Think mismatched antique silverware, worn silver trays, and aged baskets filled with wool blankets." —Abby Larson,

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Mix Up Color

"Try mi things up with a new color palette that offers a refreshing change from the traditional holiday color schemes that we're so used to seeing. Instead of focusing on autumnal colors for Thanksgiving, try classic blue and white. And for a whimsical take on conventional christmas colors, try pink and teal with silver metallic accents instead!" —Nicole Gibbons,

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Mandy Kellogg Rye
Go Seasonal

"When dressing the holiday table, think seasonal rather than holiday-specific. Pair jewel-toned linens with traditional decorative accents such as a miniature pine or rosemary tree. When the style is festive and wintery, you don't have to worry about taking it down on December 26th!" Mandy Kellogg Rye,

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Danielle Rollins
Mix Styles

"I love juxtaposing natural elements with a little sparkle. And I am not afraid to spray paint something to highlight a pretty form, such as this pair of iron reindeer candelabras that received a metallic makeover!" —Danielle Rollins,

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Kelly Slott
Find Your Color Story

"For holiday decorating, color is key! Sticking to a palette of two to three colors makes decorating easy and the end result looks perfectly put together." —Kelly Slott,

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Sally and Molly Miller
Try a Seasonal Scent

"There's nothing like the scent of the holiday season. The Holiday Classic Candle from Nest always gets us in the holiday spirit." —Sally and Molly Miller,

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Krisitin Jackson
Create a Ornament Cluster

"Tying the perfect bow on a wreath can be challenging, so opt for a modern ornament cluster instead. Attach a group of ribbons to the hook or the nail at the wreath's top, then hang ornaments at varying lengths for a simple and stylish look. " —Kristin Jackson,

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Lauren Saylor
Go Overboard with Candles

"Always, always, use candlelight as much as you can. It is so much more flattering. I love to make clusters around buffet areas, the bar, and on side tables. It makes the atmosphere especially cozy!" Lauren Saylor,

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Jacin Fitzgerald
Decorate With Fresh, Seasonal Elements

"Use seasonal goods such as cinnamon sticks, satsuma oranges, pomegranates, or olive branches to add a festive touch to your holiday dinner place settings. The cinnamon sticks can double as cider stirrers for later in the evening!" —Jacin Fitzgerald,

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Krystal Schlegel
Double a Party Favor as Decor

"Hang snowflake ornaments with silver ribbon on an outdoor tree or entryway to create a floating winter wonderland. As the event winds down, let each guest choose an ornament on their way out to enjoy as the party favor." —Krystal Schlegel,

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