15+ Creative Christmas Wall Decor Ideas to Embrace the Holiday Spirit

Say goodbye to boring walls.

Christmas dinner on a sideboard in a dining room
Emma Duckworth

One of the best parts about the Christmas season is dedicating time to decorating your home with family and friends. It is without a doubt an enjoyable way to fully embrace the holiday spirit. Plus, it's a great opportunity to give holiday guests a taste of your design aesthetic. But if you are like most people, finding creative ideas to spruce up drab walls is probably the last thing that comes to mind when choosing Christmas decorations for your home. You’re likely only settling on decorations for your entryway, mantel, kitchen, or even your outdoor space. However, this year, we're encouraging you to take your Christmas decor to the next level. It's time to redirect your attention to your walls, as they can have a major impact on your overall holiday aesthetic.

If you’re stumped on exactly how to transform bland walls, lucky for you, we've got you covered. We’ve found a slew of festive Christmas wall decor ideas that will convince you to show your walls just a little more love this year. From garland draped across artwork to grouping wreaths and candlesticks, you'll want nothing more than to go all out with decking your walls for Christmas.

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1 Spruce Up Every Nook
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Of course, high-traffic areas like your living room or dining space should be outfitted for the holiday season, but don't forget about your entryway wall. A comfy plaid blanket, greenery, and pine cones play up the holiday spirit in Lucy Atkins' home.

2 Remember Your Holiday Cards
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Make your colorful cards a part of your bookshelf decor. Just a few colorful designs on each shelf will do the trick.

3 Incorporate Vintage Accents
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Believe it or not, there's room to incorporate vintage accessories into your holiday decor. Take a cue from this living room by Little Vintage Nest, which features a vintage sled alongside a burlap sack of Christmas tree clippings.

4 Showcase Stockings
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Even if you don't have a mantel, you can still show off your Christmas stockings. Add personality to a blank wall by hanging a trio of stylish stockings.

5 Try a Lighted Tree Wall Hanging
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We can all appreciate a statement Christmas tree, but if you live in a small space, that's probably not the most practical option. Instead, consider an illuminated Christmas tree that can be easily displayed on a living room wall.

6 Use Red Bows
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The addition of simple red bows are sometimes all that's needed to make a decorative accessory, like an antique mirror, feel festive.

7 Experiment with Tree Branches
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A living room in Sweden is the perfect example of how to work a rustic tree branch into your holiday decor. Cover it in greenery then add a collection of wreaths in different sizes for an eye-catching look.

8 Dress Up a Ladder
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If you've only considered hanging a blanket or throw on a ladder, think again. Get more creative by dressing up a rustic ladder with holiday ornaments.

9 Consider a Wreath and Candlesticks
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Go for a traditional look with a lush wreath and gold candlesticks.

10 Display Festive Dishware
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Christmas is the time to go bold with your plates, cups, and kitchen accessories. It's a simple way to jazz up a drab kitchen shelf and take your holiday decor to the next level.

11 Enhance Art with Garland
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A touch of garland and pinecones draped across wall art can add to your holiday aesthetic.

12 Add a Simple Festive Sign
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Hang a colored festive sign directly above a fireplace for an inviting touch.

13 Have Fun with Wreaths
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Greenery always makes a room feel more welcoming. For the Christmas season, experiment with a trio of wreaths in different styles and sizes.

14 Go for Charming Stockings & Embroidered Accents
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If you're on the crafty side, try dressing up a wall with a selection of colorful stockings and embroidered accents.

15 Don't Neglect Your Shelves
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Jazz up living room shelves by weaving in a few of your favorite Christmas decorative accents. The addition of a mini tree or an illuminated star can put you in the holiday spirit in an instant.

16 Celebrate with an Advent Calendar
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What better way to celebrate advent calendar season than by displaying your favorite in a prime spot in your home?

17 Include a Trio of Plants
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Put the principle of symmetry to work by placing a trio of plants on your mantel. For an extra pop of color, set them on top of red berry branches.

18 Cluster Stars Above a TV
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A cluster of white stars directly above a television are sure to make your wall look merry and bright.

19 Hang Garland Close to the Ceiling
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Christmas lights are always a win, but classic garland is just as worthy of attention. If you're working with a brick wall that's already full of character, hang the garland across the very top of the ceiling to avoid detracting from its aesthetic.

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