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Frequently Asked Christmas Wall Decor Questions

Deck the Halls with Christmas Wall Decor

Now that the holiday season is here, it’s time to have some fun with your decor! Go from Grinch to St. Nick when you deck the halls with Christmas wall decor. Accent pieces along your hallway, in your dining room, or even in your bathroom can go a long way in spreading holiday cheer. Choose from a wide variety of Christmas decor available exclusively from Ashley.

Types of Christmas Wall Decor

If you’re looking for the best Christmas wall decor ideas, you’ve come to the right place. We offer numerous kinds of Christmas wall decorations, but one of our most popular picks is Christmas wall art. This often comes in the form of stretched canvases or framed pictures offering holiday messages or images of Christmas trees. These would look amazing arranged in a gallery wall format — we have more tips on how to arrange your gallery wall here.

Another common type of Christmas wall decoration is a faux window featuring your favorite holiday pals, like snowmen. These look great in rooms that don’t have windows, as they can give off the illusion of one. Other types of Christmas wall decorations for indoor use include hanging skis, berry and pine cone accent pieces, and lighted stag heads.

Don’t forget about your outdoor Christmas decor! A sign with a cheery saying like “Merry Christmas” or “Santa Stops Here” could be a super cute piece of outdoor Christmas wall decor. Affix it on your siding next to your front door to greet visitors as they step onto your porch. Christmas wreaths, garlands, and flowers are also a welcoming touch on those cold and dreary days.

When to Decorate Your Walls for Christmas

You can start decorating your walls with Christmas decor whenever your heart tells you to, whether that’s the day after Halloween or December 1. Culturally, it may be frowned upon to start decorating earlier than Halloween, but who’s to stop you? It’s most common to begin decorating sometime after Thanksgiving — perhaps even Thanksgiving weekend — as this gives you plenty of time to enjoy the season without going over the top.

When you decorate your walls may also depend on what rooms you want to spruce up. For example, you may want to hold off on decorating your dining room in cozy Christmas style until closer to the big day to help your holiday meal feel more special. However, communal areas like your entryway are better to decorate earlier so everyone can feel a bit of holiday cheer as they enter your home.