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Keep your holiday look current by mixing new decorations in with the old. Join Grandma's lovingly-crafted crochet angels with Kurt Adler ornaments. Vintage snowflakes add a touch of antiqued glitz to your farmhouse-inspired tree. And if your Christmas dinner tablecloth has seen better days, replace it with elegant faux silk. Embroidered poinsettias and cutwork scrolls complement the glass hurricane you've filled with red and gold baubles in the center of the table.

Check out what's new for 2017; Christmas decor passed down from generations before takes on a whole new life, when paired with newer pieces!

  • Tapestries: Picture greeting guests with a wholesome wintry sight, just as they enter your living room. Wall tapestries are beautiful alternatives to canvases or signs and look perfect over a console table, credenza, or accent chair. Pick out a (C)Thomas Kinkade tapestry featuring some of the artist's most astonishing works. Victorian houses blanketed in snow are only heightened by nearby pine trees glimmering with hidden fiber optic lights.

  • Ornaments: Make your own Christmas tree all the more enticing with designs from Kurt Adler. Ornaments shaped like your favorite cat or dog breed can be personalized with your furry friend's name. Then, make your own chalkboard paint ornaments, and doodle paw prints all over for a holiday fit for an animal lover.

    Elegant tree skirts and angel toppers offer more surefire ways to make your tree stand out. The rest is as simple as hanging up that beaded garland from your very first Christmas tree.

  • Stockings: Ready to trade in those old stockings for something a bit more striking? After all, kids on Christmas morning can be a bit on the excitable side, so it makes sense if their stockings are looking a little worse-for-wear.

    Fortunately, you can replace them all-in-one-go with a Christmas stocking set. Snowmen, Santa, and more lovable characters make their appearances in shades of white, black, red, and green. The good news is, you can still use your brass stocking hangers, plus your go-to garland for the mantel.

  • Nativity Scenes: Your outdoor nativity is certainly a sight to behold, and people passing by may find themselves pausing to admire your handiwork and the original Christmas story. Why not create the same effect indoors?

    Roman Nativity Sets, from Roman, Inc.'s Joseph's Studio(R), are lovingly handpainted and feature the entire cast, from the Holy Family to the drummer boy.

  • Home Accents: Satisfied with your look but still need a few finishing touches here and there? Bring luminescence to your coffee table with holiday candle holders. Gold cherubs or green holly wreaths on a marble-look background will lend a festive but classy element.

    Finally, if your Christmas village could use a few more inhabitants, find a Department 56(R) Santa from Possible Dreams(R). Whether caroling with Mrs. Claus or enjoying a glass of wine, he's an uplifting presence among your other decorations.