We know you need a tree and a mantle full of decorations and stockings. We know there should be a centerpiece on the dining room table and some lights shining brightly on the front of the house. But, where else could you add some extra cheer? Bring in even more holiday spirits with these 15 Christmas wall decor ideas. Some are a bit more surprising than others, and all are fabulous bouts of inspiration.
1. Paper Lights Garland
Decorate the walls in a festive and charming way with some garland! Over at Stubbornly Crafty, you’ll find the tutorial to make it happen. It’s a kid-friendly style and one that will surely bring a smile to the entire family’s face.
2. Accenting Art with Garland
All Elle Decor, we got the idea to incorporate some garland in unsuspecting ways. Grab some traditional greenery and place some on the artwork around the house for some winter charm. You can’t mess up or go wrong with this idea!
3. Flea Market Finds
Create a collage of flea market Christmas finds. This works well if you already have a collection and don’t know who to spread them around the house – or if you already have a gallery wall you can replace things with throughout the holiday season. Thanks for the idea Home BNC!
4. Wooden Shim Tree
Project Nursery created a wooden shim tree – with some glitter as well – to decorate the wall with. Great for adding a seasonal charm to the kids’ rooms or something more modern to blend in with the rest of the house. It’s also really, really easy to recreate!
5. Wall Christmas Tree
You can create a Christmas tree right onto the wall. This is great for spaces that don’t have enough square footage to hold a tree! And it’s so easy to recreate. We found this beauty on Pinterest.
6. Modern Star Hanging
Happy Grey Lucky will show you how to create this modern, Scandinavian-inspired wall hanging. The stars can be personalized to any color and bring in some subtle holiday cheer to the home.
7. Paper Mache “Joy”
These letters were created using some paper mache techniques and then hung on the wall. These are perfect for sprucing up some unsuspecting areas of the house. Check out the details at Rosyscription.
8. Vintage Scroll Printables
If you want to add a bit of vintage spirits to the house, check out these printables from The Craft Patch. They’re completely free and will become an easy way to add that throwback style to any nook or cranny of the house.
9. Noel Block Windows
Remodelando created these gorgeous Christmas windows. Jump over now and check out how to make some for yourself. It’s a great way to blend some festivity and farmhouse style into the living room.
10. Wood Plank Christmas Tree
Here’s another Christmas tree that can help decorate your walls. And you’ll need some wooden planks for this one. Simply Vintagous has all the details.
11. Garland Initial
Take the family’s initial and turn it into some with Christmas cheer. Run on over to Lowe’s and see how you can crank one of these beauties out.
12. Popsicle Snowflakes
Add some snow to the walls with some popsicle snowflakes. We found these cuties while perusing Pinterest. And we also think adding some shimmer or color to them could really take the decor over the top.
13. Sequins Art
You can make this as holiday festive or subtle as you’d like. Either way your space will be full of cheer and charm. Check it out at Classy Clutter.
14. Birch Bark Angel Wings
If you want to add some spiritual accents to the home, then visit Chic California. You’ll have the opportunity to learn how to make some angel wings from birch bark for some subtle and romantic decoration.
15. Wreath Gallery Wall
Grab some dainty wreaths and create a type of gallery wall. We found this idea at Elle Decor as well and fell in love with its festive romance. It’s so simple to put together in the dining room or even in the hallway.