Gallery: Haute Holiday Decorations

We've got great holiday decorating tips that'll make your Christmas style as chic as your closet.

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Left: Finely feathered garland laces a stunning fireplace; achieve this with ease simply buy buying long-lined feathers from any arts and crafts store and insert them accordingly Right: Peacock ornament and peacock-inspired wreath; see for details
Proper Plaids and Patterns. Left: Handmade flannel and silk holly charms by Martha Stewart. All you need is the colorful fabric and embellishments of your choice and hot glue to create these holly leaves; they make great place-holders or napkin rings for your holiday table, or use them as ornaments. Right: Candles with handmade patterned exteriors; see Martha Stewart's website for the easy instructions; a colorful and candy-rific tablescape from "Dylan's Candy Bar: Unwrap Your Sweet Life."
Beyond Brooches. Left: Packages from interior designer Jessica Graham adorned with brooches Right: Tiny brooches and earrings make beautiful place card holders.
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Shine On! Left: Martha Stewart's version of a sparkly and spangly Christmas tree; find the aluminum tree at and choose the ornaments and ribbon of your choice Right: Swarovski's 2010 collectible ornament, $75; Swarovski's Crystalline Tea Light, $85
Proper Plaids and Patterns. Left (top to bottom): sequined Black Watch pillow, Ralph Lauren, $350; plaid placemats, Ralph Lauren, $20; Black Watch picture frame, Ralph Lauren, $75 Right: Kathie Lee Gifford poses with her signature Mad For Plaid tree; she made the ornaments with fabric from her husband's old shirts, hot glue, and satin ribbon. Make your own with no seamstress skills!
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Left (top to bottom): denim and grosgrain ribbon ornaments, see for details on how to make your own; denim and diamonds tree topper, cover any star with recycled denim to make this cheap and fun tree accessory Right: Denim tree; all you need is old denim and spray on or hot glue to achieve this look by wrapping your fabric around a basic wire tree that can be picked up in any arts and crafts department. See for details.
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