Pinterest’s Top Holiday 2018 Decor Trends to Deck the Halls
Halloween is almost here, which means it's practically Thanksgiving, and before you know it we'll be singing Christmas carols. To get a jump-start on the top trends this holiday season, scroll on for Pinterest's 2018 forecast, along with a few DIY options for each.
Marbled Ornaments: Instead of a partridge in a pear tree, why not hang gilded marbleized ornaments from every bough? Embrace the trend with all kinds of color variations, or stick to gold for a luxe look. (via Lovely Indeed)
DIY Marble Clay Ornaments (via A Kailo Chic Life)
Temporary Tattoo Ornaments: They made a comeback this past summer, and it looks like they're sticking around through the holidays. Use temporary tattoos on everything from decor to gifts, and even best friend ornaments! (via A Bubbly Life)
DIY Floral Tattoo Mug Gifts (via Sarah Hearts)
Buffalo Check: Plaid is always in style, but the two-toned print beloved by hipsters and lumberjacks alike is going to be everywhere this year. Get some before everyone else has it, and better yet, create some buffalo plaid chargers in time for Thanksgiving. (via PMQ for two)
DIY Buffalo Plaid Soap Gifts (via A Beautiful Mess)
Upcycled ornaments: Handmade decor is where it's at! You can buy almost everything you need in stores, but the ones you make with your own two hands tend to stick around year after year. They also make the best gifts, and these DIY Clothespin People will be around for many years to come. (via The House That Lars Built)
Wrapped Crystal Ornament (via Jojotastic)
Creative Christmas Card Displays: Your yearly influx of holiday mail is cherished beyond belief (when else do you get so much snail mail?). Display it with pride (and tons of color) with a DIY Snowflake Holiday Card Holder. (via A Kailo Chic Life)
DIY Pom Pom Garland Card Holder (via Design Improvised)
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Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.