The time has come to deck those halls, and Anthropologie Christmas decorations (opens in new tab)should be on the top of your list. Whether you want to enhance your living room mantel with gnomes and garland galore or need a tree topper to top off the best artificial trees, this is the ultimate one-stop-shop for everything you'll need and more.
9 Anthropologie Christmas decorations
From affordable find to higher-priced investments, we are breaking down the nine Anthropologie Christmas decorations to invest in this year and use on repeat for years to come.
1. This holiday trio
Voluspa Holiday Mini Tin Candles, Set of 3 (opens in new tab)for $24, at Anthropologie
Everyone knows that the best candles (opens in new tab) will always double as exceptional décor, and that rings true right here with this set of three mini candles. (opens in new tab) Each candle is showcased in embossed glass and features intoxicating scents such as White Cypress, Gilt Pomander & Hinoki, and Spiced Goji Tobacco Orange. Shoppers can put one in their bathroom or kitchen, then gift the other two loved ones (or vice versa) either way: it's a win-win.
2. A light-up village
Winter Wonderland Light-Up Village (opens in new tab) for $198, at Anthropologie
There's a lot to love about this light-up winter wonderland, (opens in new tab)but the sole reason is its versatility. You can place it in any entryway or living room and sit back in awe, and the plywood and LED lights sparkle and shine all evening long.
3. A seasonal serving tray
Cheers Cocktails Tray (opens in new tab) for $128, at Anthropologie
It's beginning to look a lot like cocktails — and that couldn't be clearer than on this cheers cocktail tray. (opens in new tab)Perfect for intimate gatherings or broader-scaled celebrations, the stainless steel and enamel construction is durable and reliable and looks fantastic whenever used.
4. A timeless tree
Faux Trondheim Spruce (opens in new tab) for $448, at Anthropologie
Christmas trees are essential when it comes to holiday decorations, but real-life ones require consistent upkeep, and that's why a faux tree like this one (opens in new tab) will be the saving grace of the holiday season. Modeled after an unsheared specimen, the adventurous design has a built-in metal stand and emphasizes a mix of needs to mimic the real-life counterpart.
5. A sophisticated skirt
6. A tree topper
Holly Pommed Snowflake Tree Topper (opens in new tab) for $48, at Anthropologie
Take your tree to new heights by adding this snowflake tree topper (opens in new tab)as the finishing touch. One reviewer says this pom-pom piece "couldn't be any cuter," while another echo adds, "the Tiny champagne sequins cuteness overload."
7. A herringbone stocking
Herringbone Knit Stocking (opens in new tab) for $44, at Anthropologie
Cozy gifts (opens in new tab) are enough for the holiday season, extend that concept onto your mantels and hang the coziest Christmas stocking (opens in new tab), with one being an exemplary idea. Showcasing hand-knitted wool, this bright burst is available in two different herringbone variations and will look sensational wherever it's hung.
8. Invest in a stocking holder
Concordville Zinc House Stocking Holder (opens in new tab)for $34, at Anthropologie
Allow this exclusive Concordville stocking holder (opens in new tab)to take shape on any mantel. Hand-crafted by a team of esteem experts, this village-sized accessory is available in four different variations, and according to reviewers, is well-deserving of its five-star rating.
9. Add an advent calendar
Concordville Zinc Advent Calendar (opens in new tab) for $188, at Anthropologie
Get the countdown to Christmas started with the help of this advent calendar. (opens in new tab)This holiday heirloom is hand-crafted with zinc structures and features individually dated drawers that can satisfy the sweetest of tooths for years to come.