The Crate & Barrel Christmas shop is here, and we're ready to get our Kris Kringle on

Fa la la la la: the Crate & Barrel Christmas shop is a classic take on holiday decor, and we're swooning

Living room decorated for Christmas with red accent chairs
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We've learned from the best, and now that the Crate & Barrel Christmas shop has officially opened, we're looking forward to following in Santa's footsteps. Plus, we've scoped out a few cute items that we're planning to put in our own stocking, too. (It's called multitasking.) 

From kitchen essentials to tree ornaments and everything in between — nearly 615 items, if we're going to start counting — the retailer is kicking the festive season into high gear, and we're all due for some celebration. Might as well pour yourself a mug of cocoa while you start curating your wishlist. 

If you're ready to stock up on Christmas decorations, get your gifting situation sorted, and of course, transform your home into a winter wonderland, you'll want to take a peek at Crate & Barrel's timeless and lovable offerings. 

All about the Crate & Barrel Christmas shop

Whether you're opting for something simple with neutral Christmas decor or bringing the sea into the mix with a coastal Christmas decor look, you're bound to find something you love — and then some. Here are a few things we're planning on shopping and gifting from Crate & Barrel this year.

What to shop

Crate & Barrel Christmas offerings

On the hunt for something specific? Crate & Barrel divvies up its holiday line by category — 611 holiday offerings, folks. 

Still on the hunt for more December finds? The viral Pottery Barn holiday collection will not disappoint. (Anyone else have a Mr. Spice Gingerbread Pillow in their cart as we speak?)

Danielle Valente
Content Editor

Pleasure to meet you! I'm Danielle, a content editor at Real Homes with way too many throw blankets and pasta bowls. Whatever you need to make your space feel welcoming, I'm here to help. 

Before my time at Real Homes, I was keeping busy at My Imperfect Life and woman&home. Prior to my tenure at Future, I was the editor of Time Out New York Kids and a news editor at Elite Daily. Throughout my career, I've been able to hone in on areas I love, including interiors, food, books, and the place I call home—New York City. My work has also appeared in Domino, Chowhound, and amNew York, among other outlets. 

During my downtime, I'm usually reading, cooking, or watching scary movies. (Recs always welcome.)