We saw it coming from a mile away: gingerbread is trending for the 2023 holiday season. Even Etsy confirmed it in their 2023 holiday trends report.
When you think about it, gingerbread-themed decor really should've been popular a long time ago. It's seasonal but works beyond Christmas, has a color scheme that works with a range of colors, and is a staple of the holiday season (but usually only in cookie jars).
It has finally arrived in 2023 though because gingerbreadcore is the next logical step after cottagecore, which has been trending for several years. You want to live in a rustic cottage in a forest, when the holidays roll around you probably want to do a little bit of nostalgic gingerbread baking.
Though there are definitely a ton of goofily grinning gingerbread people on paper garlands, table runners, and yard inflatables, we've rounded up 17 of our favorite gingerbread decor pieces that are a more stylish, unique take on the holiday staple. The cookies may get stale, but none of these decorations will.
Put your best (gingerbread) foot forward with a coir door mat. The back is latex to keep it from sliding.
Lids on mugs can often feel extra, but when the lid is the roof to the gingerbread home, how could you not have a lid? These gingerbread mugs (sold as singles or a set of four) are perfect for coffee, hot chocolate topped with whipped cream, or any holiday drink. They're microwave and dishwasher safe too.
Any well-decorated holiday mantel has a garland. This nine-foot clay gingerbread person garland is a great addition to a mantelscape of any style.
These gingerbread village houses are an updated take on the holiday village your grandma (or you!) might have laid out
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For some people, holiday decorating begins the moment the Thanksgiving dishes are put away. The joy of the holiday season sweeps through their homes, but in the midst of the festive fervor, it's easy to overlook all of the stuff around your home that should probably not be around your home.
The holiday season is right around the corner, with Thanksgiving marking the beginning of the festivities through to New Year’s celebrations. For some folks, this period also means prepping for one eventful week after Christmas: the week of Kwanzaa.
The holiday season has arrived, and it’s time to break out the holiday decor for all the upcoming festivities. While there are plenty of things on your plate to decide, selecting the holiday decor that fits your style, budget, and preferences can be a daunting task. Luckily, our zodiac signs can shed some light on which decor suits us best.
If traditional Christmas carols were given a modern spin, «Deck the Halls,» would really mean deck the halls, roof, porch, and lawn. While a Christmas tree in the living room is still the star of interior holiday decor, front yards are often the next hot spot for holiday decor displays.
Get your home looking nice and festive this season with stylish and affordable finds from IKEA. Whether it's brightening your home using sweet tealight holders or adding cheer to any tabletop with some dried florals.
If you're lucky enough to have a fireplace mantel in your home, you won't want to miss out on the opportunity to decorate it this holiday season and create a beautiful display that the whole family will enjoy.
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