Decorating for the holidays: It can be the best of times and the worst of times. You get to make your whole house look merry and bright, but the daunting task of creating a cohesive, high-end look with your mishmash of baubles can be, well, overwhelming.

This year, we’re trying something different! Home decor site The Mine has taken the guesswork out of decking the halls by creating carefully curated Holiday-in-a-Box packages. They contain everything you need to bring the holiday spirit home, all with just a single click. Just supply the the holiday music and a warm, festive beverage and you’re good to go.

Whether you prefer their box of Sparkling Vintage Style ($612), a whimsical collection made up of frosty shades of pink and blue, or the Cozy Traditional Box ($7,195) featuring woodsy motifs rich with tartans and faux fur throws, there’s a box to fit every style.

The Raising the Bar ($585) assortment (our personal fave) centers on winterizing your bar setup. The Old Dutch International Solid Copper Wine Cooler ($66) and bar tools mix effortlessly with pieces like Sterling Home Staghorn Candlesticks ($118) and Abigails Gilded Oyster Plates ($41).

Some packages even include larger items like Mr. and Mrs. Howard Paris Cocktail Tables ($5,198) and Skyline Furniture Mid-Century Accent Chairs ($372) — a nice option if your home needs a little more than a basic facelift before your company arrives.

And if buying the whole shebang isn’t for you, you can still play curator. The Mine offers the option to pick and choose from each collection to create your own custom mix of holiday cheer. Think a set of those Bethany Lowe Designs Flea Market Icicles ($166) would look great alongside a couple of Northlight Red Knit Christmas Stockings ($15)? Go for it.

But if, like us, the best holiday gift you could give yourself is having more time to tackle the other festive to-dos on your list, go ahead and add a whole box straight to your cart.

Looking for some more holiday home inspo? Follow us on Pinterest for seasonal decorating tips.

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(Photos via The Mine)