Christmas is just a few weeks away and it’s a better time than ever to start planning your holiday décor. If you’re feeling a little bit nostalgic, you’ll be happy to hear that retro Christmas décor is all the rage this season and you can embrace it with these three nostalgic trends.
Holiday villages have long been a thing of the past, but they’re making a miraculous comeback this year. Usually made with cardboard or wood, these elaborate jolly setups have been pretty popular during the ’80s, and they’re being revived in a more practical fashion, mostly as fireplace displays.
Instead of heading to Target to shop for Christmas decorations, we’ll be looking through our grandmas’ attic this holiday season. Old-timey ornaments with the ‘50s and ‘60s vibe are all the rage right now, and they’ll take you decades back into the past.
Natural decorations aren’t exactly a novelty this year, and they’re going strong for a couple of seasons. As more people try to embrace an eco-friendly approach to their Christmas décor by opting for ornaments made with natural materials, mostly wood, and dried citrus fruits. In addition to looking amazing, they get bonus points for being DIY-friendly.