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Want a Jolly Home? Here's Where to Shop for Christmas Decor

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Perhaps you've avoided buying Christmas decor since getting out on your own (even if it's been like, a decade, we won't judge). Don't let a lack of ornaments, garlands, and tinsel prevent you from achieving that dream of a perfectly glowing tree (even if the apartment can only handle a two-footer). So while you put in the work figuring out where to buy and how to transport those pine needles, we've assembled a handy map for hunting down holiday flair.


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DeCordova Museum Store

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In colder months, a trip to this famous sculpture park might not be at the top of your agenda—but know that a visit is rewarded with the museum's Wonderland holiday market. Expect to find artisan ornaments and greeting card sets. [Photo courtesy of DeCordova]

Christmas in New England

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This temple to St. Nick boasts year-round yuletide shopping. They literally have everything you could ever imagine: tree skirts, tree toppers, really anything tree-related, nutcrackers, Nativity sets, and even Christmas music. [Photo]

Paper Source

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Paper Source speaks to the crafty holiday decorator, with clever paper garlands, "Gingerpaper house" kits, paper photo props, and DIY paper wreath kits at the ready. Adorable, always. Obviously, you'll also find wrapping supplies and cards. [Photo]
Flock isn't the first place you'd seek out Christmas paraphernalia, but it stocks embroidered linen stockings, precious felt, antler, crochet, and glass tree ornaments, as well as seasonal scented candles and boxed card sets. [Photo by Flagship Photo]

Patch NYC

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The design duo over at this nationally-renowned home goods shop and studio seems to have sentimental feelings about Christmas. The store's inventory is rather festive anyway (glitter candles anyone?)—making it a good spot for stocking stuffers. What really caught our eye are the metallic decorative bottle brush trees (a set of four rings in at $64). [Photo by Flagship Photo]

West Elm

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West Elm really knows how to tackle Christmas with multiple collections dedicated to the holiday. Modern wreaths, studio-friendly sculptural faux trees, a wide variety of ornaments, metallic tablewares, and collaborations with jewelers offer up all the ingredients to an enviable home this December. [Photo]

MassArt Holiday Sale

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Quick! For the next few days only (through Saturday, December 7) MassArt will be showcasing Christmas goods in its annual Holiday Sale—including tree ornaments and greeting cards. [Photo]
Deck the halls on the cheap at this festive big box chain. With unusual decorative lighting, wrapping paper, advent calendars, and ornaments you can easily turn the house into Santa's workshop on a small budget.

DeCordova Museum Store

In colder months, a trip to this famous sculpture park might not be at the top of your agenda—but know that a visit is rewarded with the museum's Wonderland holiday market. Expect to find artisan ornaments and greeting card sets. [Photo courtesy of DeCordova]

Christmas in New England

This temple to St. Nick boasts year-round yuletide shopping. They literally have everything you could ever imagine: tree skirts, tree toppers, really anything tree-related, nutcrackers, Nativity sets, and even Christmas music. [Photo]

Paper Source

Paper Source speaks to the crafty holiday decorator, with clever paper garlands, "Gingerpaper house" kits, paper photo props, and DIY paper wreath kits at the ready. Adorable, always. Obviously, you'll also find wrapping supplies and cards. [Photo]

Flock

Flock isn't the first place you'd seek out Christmas paraphernalia, but it stocks embroidered linen stockings, precious felt, antler, crochet, and glass tree ornaments, as well as seasonal scented candles and boxed card sets. [Photo by Flagship Photo]

Patch NYC

The design duo over at this nationally-renowned home goods shop and studio seems to have sentimental feelings about Christmas. The store's inventory is rather festive anyway (glitter candles anyone?)—making it a good spot for stocking stuffers. What really caught our eye are the metallic decorative bottle brush trees (a set of four rings in at $64). [Photo by Flagship Photo]

West Elm

West Elm really knows how to tackle Christmas with multiple collections dedicated to the holiday. Modern wreaths, studio-friendly sculptural faux trees, a wide variety of ornaments, metallic tablewares, and collaborations with jewelers offer up all the ingredients to an enviable home this December. [Photo]

MassArt Holiday Sale

Quick! For the next few days only (through Saturday, December 7) MassArt will be showcasing Christmas goods in its annual Holiday Sale—including tree ornaments and greeting cards. [Photo]

IKEA

Deck the halls on the cheap at this festive big box chain. With unusual decorative lighting, wrapping paper, advent calendars, and ornaments you can easily turn the house into Santa's workshop on a small budget.