Need some inspiration for your Christmas decor this year? Look to nature! There are so many wonderful, natural elements to use inside your home and out. They’re inexpensive – or FREE! – are versatile and look great either alone, or paired with other Christmas decor. You can add natural items to nearly any style of decorating you prefer – be it rustic, country, Scandinavian or Nordic, modern, traditional or eclectic. The examples here show just how to do it, so check out our 100+ natural holiday decor ideas to get your wheels turning!
100+ Natural Holiday Decor Ideas
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Winter Foliage Tablescape // Pretty Handy Girl
Adding winter foliage and pinecones among the current distressed woodland decor pulls the nature theme together. Add pops of color – like blue and gold – with dinnerware.
Pine and White Tablescape // Just a Girl
I love the inclusion of white roses, not typically seen on a Christmas table. It adds elegance, as do the silver and glass elements. The perfect way to turn traditional rustic into “rustic glam.”
Pomegranate and Cinnamon Tablescape // Julie Blanner
Edible elements from nature can add color and interest to a table design. Here, pomegranates and cinnamon take starring roles among eucalyptus greenery.
Neutral Scheme With Natural Raw Wood // Love Grows Wild
A neutral color scheme is classy when paired with natural tones in wood and pine. It feels cozy and low-key, while still looking amazing.
Moss and Evergreen Tablescape with Touches of Copper // 2 Bees in a Pod
Add some moss to the pines and birch for lots of texture and fun. Bring in some warmth with touches of copper throughout, in candle sticks and votive holders.
Reindeer, Birch and Evergreen Table // French Country Cottage
White and green is such a classic color combo. The reindeer heads are perfect for tying in a woodland theme, and the rest of the table is simple and clean.
Rustic Birchwood and Cranberry Tablescape // Cottage in the Oaks
Birchwood, antlers, candles and cranberries are inexpensive decor items that can make an awesome table. Stripes of red in the linen bring out the red in the berries, for that extra color pop.
Natural Wood Slice Centerpiece // Little Glass Jar
This simple centerpiece is a mixture of natural and current trends. Metallics and wood go surprisingly well together. Take a wood slice tray and some pinecones and dress up your table.
Rustic Glam Centerpiece // Yellow Bliss Road
Mixing silver and white balls with pine boughs and pinecones, ups the elegance a bit. Instead of plopping them in an old wood crate, add texture and continued elegance with delicate white linens.
Woodland Centerpiece // Refresh Restyle
Warmth and cozy traditional flavor combine with deer, lanterns, antlers and pine. It’s got woodsy written all over it!
Pinecone, Berry and Birch Dough Bowl Centerpiece // Savvy Southern Style
You can’t get more rustic than pinecones, berries, birch and antlers! Piled attractively in a vintage dough bowl, they make a festive centerpiece.
Evergreen Log Candle Centerpiece // Funky Junk Interiors
You can create amazing centerpieces by using decor in unexpected ways – like turning a plant stand upside down!
Citrus and Evergreen Centerpiece // At the Picket Fence
A glass jar filled with citrus and evergreen is an eye-catching display. The colors pop against all the green.
These floating candle luminaries are a cinch to make – all you need are cranberries, greens and water.
Floating Evergreen Jar Candle Holder // Vienna Wedekind
Here’s a similar idea. Fill a bottle with water and place a single evergreen clipping inside. Place a tall taper on top and you’ve got a simple yet elegant centerpiece.
Evergreen Chair Swag // Susie Harris
This chair swag takes your average Christmas home decor over the top. (Plus, that cow is wearing a scarf, which is awesome.)
Birch and Antler Centerpiece // Cottage in the Oaks
A mono-chromatic display in white can be lovely and simplistic.
Rustic Pine and Candle Box // Clover Lane Blog
Use a rustic wood box or crate, pine clippings and candles for an easy, natural table arrangement.
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