Renter-Friendly Christmas Decorations To Bring The Holiday Flair

Renter-Friendly Christmas Decorations To Bring The Holiday Flair

Living in a rental doesn’t mean that you are unable to bring some holiday flair to the space. With so many options available, choosing Christmas decor that aligns with your rental policy is very straightforward. In this post, you will find fresh ideas and inspirations to boost your creativity! 

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Alternative use of wreaths

Just because you can’t use nails doesn’t have to mean that you should skip adding wreaths to your holiday decor. Hang the wreaths on the back of the chairs and turn your dining room into the ultimate gathering space for holiday entertainment. 

Creative way to use wreaths in the dining room ( from Pottery Barn)

Leaning the wreath against the wall is another smart alternative that won’t leave holes in the wall. Feel free to enhance your shelf or mantel decor with a leaning wreath for the ultimate decorative touch.

The leaning wreath adds a touch of playfulness to the shelf décor (from Style by Emily Henderson)

LED light twig bundle

If you love modern and minimalist decorations, this smart pick will fit your refined taste. The frosted twigs carry an organic feel and texture, while the white light creates a soothing holiday ambiance in your space. 

Pre-Lit Frosted Twig Bundle as a Christmas tree alternative (from Pottery Barn)

Renter-friendly Christmas tree alternative

If a Christmas tree doesn’t fit your space or budget, be sure that there are plenty of alternatives to choose from. This minimalist design includes string lights secured with Command hooks, which is a smart trick to avoid wall damage. 

Budget-friendly alternative for a Christmas tree (from Joyfully Growing)

Curated Christmas decor

Before you go to the store and splurge on holiday decor, be sure to check the items you already have. Don’t be afraid to get creative and use your current decor to create a nicely curated Christmas vignette. This arrangement looks spectacular and is easy to put together. You could even use your old wooden sleigh for additional charm. 

Curated Christmas décor from items you already have
Curated Christmas décor from items you already have (from Sarah Joy Blog)

Style your shelves

Enhance your year-round shelf arrangements with festive decor that fits the overall mood. To get started, add a few mini Christmas trees for a natural touch. Layer with framed quotes or holiday-inspired prints, which can be easily DIY-ed to keep within your budget. 

Add Christmas flair to your year-round shelf décor (from Grace In My Space)

Christmas bar

Whether you wish to enjoy a good adult beverage or cozy up with hot cocoa, a minibar will keep your favorite drinks within arm’s reach. If you don’t have a cart, a nice tray will serve as a perfect base for curating a festive bar. 

Nicely decorated Christmas bar cart for endless holiday entertainment (from Pink PeoniesRachel Parcell)

Cozy throws

Available in a wide range of colors and styles, pillow covers are an ideal pick for dressing your home in the holiday spirit. Go for the traditional combination of red and plaid, or make a choice according to your room’s color scheme. 

Cozy throws in the holiday spirit (from Starfish Cottage)

 A cozy plaid blanket will add a whimsical touch to your living room and embrace you whenever you want to get toasty and enjoy your favorite movie. 

Plaid throw blanket to bring the holiday charm to your living room (from Wayfair)

DIY Christmas arrangement

Setting up your DIY Christmas arrangements won’t take much time, and the result will exceed your expectations. Try upcycling old jars and lanterns to create affordable holiday decor for your rental. Play with string lights, Christmas ornaments, and natural elements such as pine cones and branches for the ultimate statement. 

Easy DIY Christmas arrangements (from Joyfully Growing)

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