Do you ever see people on your Instagram feed who just seem to have their shit together so well that every room in their house is decorated for the upcoming holiday? Me too. While I love browsing for home decor and enjoy decorating for certain holidays, it can feel daunting (and expensive) to outfit my entire home.
If you’re on board with decking the halls in the literal halls of your home, my go-to place is obviously Target. Their Threshold collections continue to amaze me year after year with the quality for the price. Using the latest Threshold Christmas arrivals, here’s how to decorate every room in your home for Christmas — on a budget!
How to Decorate Your Bathroom for Christmas
To decorate your bathroom for the holidays, you don’t have to go full-on winter wonderland. Simply swapping out your shower curtain or replacing that old bath mat with a festive one can make a big difference. Another, low-effort way to bring Christmas cheer to your bathroom is swapping out your toiletries. There are so many cute scented holiday soaps, soap dispensers, candles, and candle holders that bring a touch of the season to the room. (Scented hand soap or candles are also a nice holiday gift for any homeowner on your list.)
How to Decorate Your Bedroom for Christmas
While it seems silly to buy sheets or blankets for just one month out of the year, it actually makes a lot of sense. You can use them year after year since they’re less likely to show wear and tear if you’re only sleeping in them one month a year.
Other ways to add some Christmas flair to your bedroom include bringing in some holiday greenery (real or fake) and swapping out your accent pillows for something more festive (like this adorable tree pillow).
Traditional Cozy Faux Shearling Comforter and Sham Set | Faux Shearling Tree Shaped Throw Pillow | Christmas Faux Shearling Reverse Plaid Bed Blanket | Artificial Mixed Greenery and Poinsettia Arrangement | Oversized Woven Snowflake Lumbar Throw Pillow
How to Decorate Your Kitchen & Dining Room for Christmas
I’m guilty of taking up cabinet space with seasonal plates or cups that I see in Target that I can’t resist buying (cue the heart-shaped plates I used throughout college). One easy way to bring the holidays in your home is with drinkware, dinnerware, and bakeware with holiday motifs on them. For the dining room, add a tablecloth or table runner and placemats in a holiday color or pattern.
How to Decorate Your Living Room for Christmas
We typically put our Christmas tree in our living room, so it’s arguably the easiest room to decorate for the holiday. In addition to the obvious decorations like a Christmas tree, the living room is where you can swap in holiday pillows, throw blankets, greenery, and decorative objectives like snow globes (which look lovely on open shelves or built-ins).
Winter Tree Christmas Snow Globe | Traditional Trees Square Deco Pillow | Mini Snowflake Beaded Square Throw Pillow | Embroidered Sprig Square Throw Pillow | Snowflake Printed Throw Blanket | 8pcs Green Pine and Red Berry Pick Filler
How to Decorate Your Office for Christmas
As I look at my mess of an office as I type this, I think to myself, “Who has the time or energy to decorate their office for Christmas?” And that’s a fair point. But in the days of working from home, adding a cute picture frame, storage box, or candle that reminds you of the holidays can make the day a little less gloomy.