We asked three designers to put together holiday decor inspiration boards using their favourite holiday decor themes. Evelyn Eshun brought us a romantic Parisian Storybook, Lisa Canning gave us a vibrant Fanciful Peacock decor scheme and Heather Segreti put together a sparkling Glittering Gold scheme. Browse our Decor Concept gallery below to see the pieces these three designers choose and why.

Glittering Gold

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THE DESIGNER Heather Segreti

CREATE THIS LOOK AT HOME by using gold Holiday décor and eliminate all other colours from your palette. Keep the gold theme going by mixing in neutrals such as cream, silver, black, brown or white. For example: use a gold and cream ribbon on the tree, door wreath, fireplace mantle and centrepiece. Keeping a onsistent flow throughout the house is a great way to complete this look!

I LOVE THIS HOLIDAY LOOK because it’s neutral and rich. Gold and will work with all colour palettes. It is like wearing a gold watch - it really completes the look, and adds that touch of class and elegance to any wardrobe. Not to mention, it’s always in style!


Parisian Storybook:

Glittering Gold

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Fanciful Peacock

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  • I feel that people should go with the colors they love. I have 5/6 theme’s and rotate them per year. This year I am doing ocean (fish) items in royal blue/turquoise and aqua. I will use garland, pic and do funky things like a fish stocking for Christmas, adding cricut cut fish to candy canes, I will hang from a fake palm tree. I believe you should pick colors that make you happy. There is no right or wrong with any color you pick.
    I also do gold, a silver, white, a red/white, and eggplant/gold/olive green theme’s. I have had so much fun putting them together.

  • Hello Di – we agree! There really is no right or wrong as long as you love it. The ocean theme sounds fantastic – you’ll have to send us some pictures once you get it all set up.