Lately, CB2 has become the one-stop shop for all things statement, minimalist and totally fab, and their holiday collection does not disappoint. It’s packed with must-haves for the ultimate entertaining space this season, most of which come in under $100. So while you’re figuring out which DIY Christmas decorations to tackle first — and nailing this season’s chunky throw blanket trend — pile on a little more minimalist-chic with a few pieces from this collection. Scroll down to see how CB2’s Merry Modern collection will keep your home festive AF, all the way to New Year’s Eve.
Your foyer is the first thing your guests will see, so why not take a tip from CB2 and style it up with a vase of faux Pine Sprays ($12), a glam Gold Santa ($50), Acrylic Polar Bears ($10+) and a chic forest of rose gold Paz Trees ($7+). Seal the deal with an Acrylic Console Table ($699) and a couple Sheepskin Stools ($349) and you’re ready to party.
String lights bring a little extra magic to any room, so create a twinkly landscape with Rose Gold Ball Garlands ($20), Mini Copper String Lights ($50) and ultra-chic Spindle Brass Candle Holders ($40). Take a break from the traditional wreath and hang this rustic Inner Peace Wreath ($50) to make your guests feel extra welcome.
Ready to get your bling on? The love of disco is alive and well in CB2’s holiday collection: You can pick up everything from a Disco Ball Ornament ($2) to a Disco Ball Tree Topper ($25), and pair them with a handmade Disco Knome ($129) and Disco Snowman ($40).
If you’re going for a modern and minimal vibe this holiday season, CB2 has you covered. Line your windowsills and mantel with these Silver Ball Garlands ($20) and matte white Wadsworth Medium Taper Candle Holder ($30). Then whip up an easy centerpiece with a few Glass Snowmen ($8), the Skyline Tea Light Candle Holder ($90) and a vase of branches featuring the Sputnik Silver Ornament ($8),
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