Deck Your Halls

Deck Your Halls

We rounded up six accessories that could lend any home some holiday flair

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1. Making an Entrance

This cheerful wreath gives new meaning to the holiday blues. The ring of bright blue ornaments, with touches of silver and gold, is a refreshing alternative to red and green, and works for Christmas or Hanukkah. Find it for $44.95 at Pier 1 Imports in Rockville (301-230-9028; www.pier1.com).

 

2. Shining Bright

Colorful, glass-beaded Menorah coasters from designer Sudha Pennathur can add shimmer and shine to a Hanukkah party. Find the four-piece sets for $40 at Neiman Marcus in Mazza Gallerie (202-966-9700; www.neimanmarcus.com).

 

3. Perfect Jewels

These washed velvet pillow covers would add warmth and texture to a room. The square covers are 20 by 20 inches, have zipper closures, and come in 10 rich, jewel tones. They’re available for $39.50 each at the Pottery Barn in Bethesda (301-654-1598; www.potterybarn.com).

 

4. Raise a Glass

Sparkly little lowball glasses are appropriate for any holiday, from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Eve. The Paper Source in Bethesda sells these eight-ounce Confetti tumblers for $19.95 per pair (301-215-9141; www.papersource.com).

 

5. Tiny Treats

Use these jolly little fellows to decorate a mantel or as the focal point of a holiday centerpiece. Handmade from lambswool felt, they stand nine inches high. A set of three Roly Poly gnomes is priced at $29.97 at World Market in Rockville (301-816-2480; www.worldmarket.com).

 

6. Tree Time

Create a glowing winter wonderland with a forest of birch trees wrapped in warm, white lights. For use indoors or out, each has an on/off switch and a built-in timer. The trees come in five sizes and are priced from $39 to $189 at Restoration Hardware in Georgetown (202-625-2771; www.restorationhardware.com).

 

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