Here's how to recreate Martha Stewart's gold Christmas theme using products from Wayfair

Martha Stewart's collection of gold Christmas decs for Wayfair has proved extraordinarily popular; here's how to recreate the gold wonderland at home

Martha Stewart gold Christmas decorations for Wayfair
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Martha Stewart is the queen of Christmas (and everything else to do with the home, let's be honest), and this year, her collection of Christmas decorations for Wayfair has proved to be immensely popular – so much so that the champagne Christmas trees from the collection are now completely sold out. 

We bet that the gorgeous Instagram post by Fashionable Hostess (opens in new tab) had a lot to do with the products selling out so quickly; look at that decor – isn't it just gorgeous? Joyful and bright, and in no way over-the-top. 

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A gold decorating scheme is such a classy alternative to the traditional, green and red theme – gold looks contemporary and opulent, and because it reflects light, is perfect for creating an airier, lighter look than a traditional scheme will allow. Tone is everything with gold, though – rose gold was all the rage last year, and we really like that Martha's collection goes for classic yellow and champagne gold tones instead. 

Even though the trees are now completely sold out, we've found some nice alternatives, as well as extras that will make a nice addition to your gold decorating scheme.

1. The garland and wreath set

Customizable Wreath & Greenery Set with Clear/White Lights

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Customizable Wreath & Greenery Set with Clear/White Lights | $58 $37.99 at Wayfair (opens in new tab) 

The awesome garland and wreath set from Martha is almost gone, but there's still a chance to get in time for Christmas. What we really like about it is how well-defined the branches are; it looks almost like a real fir garland sprayed with gold rather than obviously tinsel. Very simple and will make an instant impact in your lounge. 

2. The gold tree

Gold/Silver Tinsel 7.5' Artificial Christmas Tree with Stand

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Gold/Silver Tinsel 7.5' Artificial Christmas Tree with Stand | $312.99 $203.99 at Wayfair (opens in new tab) 

Maybe it's not quite as pretty as Martha Stewart's, but it's still a very pretty tree that has very fine, fluffy foliage that's beautiful to look at and touch. It's a nice shade of gold, too – warm and yellowy, and will look amazing with warm white lights. The tree stand is also nice-looking, so you you won't need to hide it. There a matching wreath (opens in new tab) you can get, too. 

3. The multi-textured baubles

Decornaments 34 Piece Plain Baubles Mix

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Decornaments 34 Piece Plain Baubles Mix | $39.99 $26.99 at Wayfair (opens in new tab) 

Maybe you just want to introduce a little gold to your Christmas tree, or maybe you're going for gold on gold (why not?) – this is the bauble set you need; the baubles come in three different textures – matt, shiny, and glitter – and there's plenty for your tree in there. The perfect yellowy gold, too, in our opinion. 

4. The gold leaf finish scented candle

Go Be Lovely Emory Glass Sugared Blossom Scented Jar Candle

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Go Be Lovely Emory Glass Sugared Blossom Scented Jar Candle | $34.99 $24.99 at Wayfair (opens in new tab)

Have you noticed how all the gold Christmas candles are sold out?! Not this one, though, probably because it's not marketed as a Christmas candle. The finish on the jar is so gorgeous, though – an antique gold leaf pattern; this candle also smells amazing – topical and sweet, with notes of jasmine, Tahitian vanilla, and lemon. Yum. Add a tropical touch to your gold Christmas theme! 

Anna is Content Editor at Real Homes. She moved to the world of interiors from academic research in the field of English Literature and photography. She is the author of London Writing of the 1930s and has a passion for contemporary home decor and gardening. At Real Homes, she covers a range of topics, from practical advice to interior and garden design.