Christmas is one of the most special times of the year and updating your interior is the first step to add some holiday spirit into your home. There are many ways to decorate for Christmas, from garlands to Christmas lights in pops of colors such as red, green, gold, and silver to spread the joy of the season. If you are looking for ways to get your home into the holiday spirit, we present you 5 exquisite ways to decorate your home for Christmas:

Red Floral Hand Beaded Venetian Glass Wreath


While wreaths are usually displayed on the front door, this particular floral wreath can be used as an amazing centerpiece too. Placing the wreath around a candle or vase is a wonderful way to greet your guests at the dining table. Each flower on this wreath is individually hand-beaded onto flexible wire and then shaped into a circular form.

Silent Night Hand Blown Glass Christmas Tree


This hand-blown Christmas tree will turn your home into a holiday masterpiece. This elegant tree is made of borosilicate glass and the glittering ornaments add an enormous pizzazz. Whether this glass tree is placed on your entry table or mantel, all your guests will take notice of this spectacular piece.

Red And Gold Venetian Glass Candlesticks


Candlesticks make a great decorating piece during the holidays. You can place two matching candlesticks on each end of the mantel to create a beautiful, traditional setting or place the candlesticks on the dining table to create a warm ambiance and elegant touch.

Polish Pottery House Candle Luminary


Luminaries are a beautiful way to decorate your home with a peaceful glow and ambiance. This Polish pottery luminary can be placed on your windowsill or mantel for a cheerful gaze during the holiday season.

Screen Wire Angel Figurine


Angel symbolism evokes the true spirit of Christmas since angel tree toppers are traditionally the finishing touch to a Christmas tree. This angel figurine is an ideal treasure for any time of year. Each one is hand-shaped from gold and silver wire by our Missouri artisan, one at a time.