19 Decor Gifts for That Someone Who Just Can’t Stop Redecorating

You know that friend or relative who’s constantly talking about needing to redecorate? Maybe they’re pinning ideas with reckless abandon while giving you the play-by-play, or constantly discussing color palettes, fabric swatches, and throw pillows, but…

You know that friend or relative who’s constantly talking about needing to redecorate? Maybe they’re pinning ideas with reckless abandon while giving you the play-by-play, or constantly discussing color palettes, fabric swatches, and throw pillows, but haven’t yet acted on any of it. Well, this gift guide is for them.

Each of these pieces—from a handwoven, fiber-art wall hanging to a backgammon set that doubles as a cool coffee table accent—will elevate a room instantly and might even kickstart their revamp. Just wait—you’ll be kicking back in their newly decorated space soon enough.

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15 Scandi-Inspired Christmas Decorations for All the Holiday Hygge

My mom is from Finland, and while that didn’t extend much beyond eating salmon and dill potatoes and drinking out of the Iittala glassware, our home became a full-on Scandinavian wonderland during the holidays where her Swedish-Finnish traditions were …

My mom is from Finland, and while that didn’t extend much beyond eating salmon and dill potatoes and drinking out of the Iittala glassware, our home became a full-on Scandinavian wonderland during the holidays where her Swedish-Finnish traditions were on full display. That meant a fresh tree decked out with red accents (mostly little bearded gnome-like santas, dala horses, and spotted mushrooms) and straw yule goats, bowls with nuts and raisins scattered about the house, and aromatic, spiced glogg warming on the stove.

Growing up in the suburbs of Atlanta, I was the only one I knew with decor like this and you couldn’t find them in any stores. Now, it’s all just a click away and I’m super grateful for that, because in my (clearly biased) opinion, it’s absolutely the best way to decorate for the holidays—not to mention add authentic hygge vibes to your home.

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4 No-Sweat Ways To Decorate Your Christmas Tree

There are so many ways to decorate your Christmas tree—and ten times more decorations to bring your dream aesthetic to life. Even as a market editor and prop stylist with 16 years of experience and credits at Dwell, Domino, Travel + Leisure, and more…


There are so many ways to decorate your Christmas tree—and ten times more decorations to bring your dream aesthetic to life. Even as a market editor and prop stylist with 16 years of experience and credits at Dwell, Domino, Travel + Leisure, and more, it can be overwhelming to sift through all of the noise to highlight the very best decor to tell a visual story or put the finishing touches on a room to make it camera ready.

In fact, I’m still deciding what direction I’d like to go in with my holiday decor this year, so I’ve been searching on Pinterest and Instagram like it’s my job (well, it kinda is). Below are the four concepts I’m most excited about, as well as the essentials you need to pull them off. From a pared down and minimalist aesthetic (think: wood-bead garlands and a neutral palette) to a style for the color-loving maximalist side of me (loads of vintage-inspired glass ornaments and multicolored bows—so fun!), each feels festive in their own unique way. If you’re still pondering how to trim your tree, you’ll find all the inspiration you need below.

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How to Set a Timeless Table—3 Different Ways

In preparation for the quickly approaching holiday entertaining season (hooray!), we’ve turned our attention to the backdrop for all your holiday feasts—the dining table. Setting a seasonally aligned table doesn’t necessarily mean you have to go out an…

In preparation for the quickly approaching holiday entertaining season (hooray!), we’ve turned our attention to the backdrop for all your holiday feasts—the dining table. Setting a seasonally aligned table doesn’t necessarily mean you have to go out and buy pumpkin-shaped plates and acorn-embellished napkin rings (although, if that’s your thing, we say go for it!).

For those who appreciate a more subtle take on autumnal themes, we’ve honed in on three design concepts that have all the warmth that you’d hope for when gathering in fall, but can easily be created using pieces that work all year round. Keep reading to identify the style that speaks most to you—as well as the five key pieces you need to get the look.

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The Only Floral Arranging Tools You’ll Need, According to a Pro

When Ingrid Carozzi, founder of Redhook, Brooklyn-based floral design company Tin Can Studios, is working with clients like Vogue, the Queen of Sweden, and designer Carolina Herrera, it’s usually for extravagant events with impressive large-scale insta…

When Ingrid Carozzi, founder of Redhook, Brooklyn-based floral design company Tin Can Studios, is working with clients like Vogue, the Queen of Sweden, and designer Carolina Herrera, it’s usually for extravagant events with impressive large-scale installations. Think hundreds of blossoms cascading from the ceiling over a candlelit dining table, undulating vines that snake up structural columns in an event space, and huge budgets. But even she is no stranger to grocery store florals or a handful of foraged greenery.

In her latest book "Flowers By Design: Creating Arrangements For Your Space" out this November, Carozzi distills everything she's learned from eight years in the industry with super easy-to-follow directions, practical tips, and tons of inspiration to bring flowers into our homes in fresh ways. “I want to encourage people to find inspiration outside of the digital sphere—look at fashion, look at cooking, look at interior design, and find your inspiration there,” says Carozzi. 

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This Crate & Barrel Furniture Collab Makes Everyday Pieces Feel *So* Special

We love when two brands—that you’d never expect as collaborators—join forces and magic ensues. Such is the case with the new Shinola Detroit for Crate & Barrel collection: 115 pieces of furniture, lighting, and home decor that range from a $24 stri…

We love when two brands—that you’d never expect as collaborators—join forces and magic ensues. Such is the case with the new Shinola Detroit for Crate & Barrel collection: 115 pieces of furniture, lighting, and home decor that range from a $24 striped throw pillow to a $2,499 heirloom-quality leather and wood sofa.

Shinola launched in 2012 as an American-made watch brand headquartered in Detroit, and has since grown to include bikes, leather accessories, speakers, and even an eight-story hotel that opened in 2018. Though these products might seem disparate, they’re connected by the brand’s ethos—a dedication to quality craftsmanship (its motto: make it well, or not at all).

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How to Pick The Right Flowers for the Vase You Have

We usually buy flowers based on what looks best—the mere premise of bringing freshly-cut blooms indoors is about joy, after all. But the problem is that once we prep and plop them into vases, they don’t always look…right. Tulips look floppier in shor…

We usually buy flowers based on what looks best—the mere premise of bringing freshly-cut blooms indoors is about joy, after all. But the problem is that once we prep and plop them into vases, they don’t always look...right. Tulips look floppier in short vases and tall stems look a little sparse in wide vessels—sound familiar?

Instead of shopping for flowers based solely on looks, let us suggest an alternative: shop with your vases in mind. Choosing stems according to the vase ensures that your arrangement feels well-proportioned and thoughtfully composed. It’s a simple way to give your DIY-bouquet pro-level vibes.

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