A curated collection of gorgeous French Christmas decor for the home! I’ve included decorating ideas and links to buy for convenience. Add some European flair to your holiday home this year!

I just started sharing my Christmas home this year, but I’ve already realized that Christmas decor is quickly selling out! So I’m sharing a curated list of my favorite French Christmas decor items with you. Some of these are things that I own and love and some are things that I’ve recently discovered and ordered for myself!

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What do I consider French Christmas decor? Well, think sparkle and texture. A bit of new mixed with old. It’s white, silver, and gold mixed with rattan and wood and all accented by gorgeous greenery. I personally like to add a pop of subtle color with either a soft pink or a gray-blue.

Traditional Christmas colors are of course red and green, but if like me, that’s not really your style, you might enjoy this list a bit better. These items add texture and sparkle but stay within a neutral color palette.

I’m hoping you’ll find something on this list that will inspire your holiday decorating this year.

  1. I purchased two stands of this mercury glass garland on sale last year and am using them on my mantel this year! You can also curl the strand into a bowl as part of a beautiful coffee table or side table display.
  2. I love Santos dolls so when I came across this angel tree topper it was a must! I’m actually using this on my mantel, not on my tree.
  3. I use a variety of white feather trees every single year. You can create a grouping on a table or use them to flank a mantel. I even put them on top of mercury glass candlesticks to add a variety of heights.
  4. This faux juniper garland looks incredibly real and is pliable enough to easily use around the house. I just bought two strands to use next year!
  5. I came across these white houses recently and fell in love with their simplicity
  6. Orange slices are my recent Christmas obsession and this fresh wreath with dried cistrus displays them beautifully.
  7. I’ve been using clip-on LED Christmas candles for years. This set is great because it has a timer and a few different light options. You can also DIY the base for a more vintage look.
  8. I purchased a set of these LED candles recently and I love the way the wick glows. These are perfect for a centerpiece, lantern, or non-working fireplace.
  9. Light up garland, houses, and tablescapes with this battery-operated mini light strand.
  10. This starry crown could work as a tree topper or be displayed as part of a vignette. You could even place it under a cloche!
  11. These gorgeous Park Hill lanterns are beautiful used indoors or out! Pair them with a candle or fill them with ornaments for the holidays!
  12. I love mercury glass ornaments and these oversized ones are beautiful!
  13. I ordered this set of bells this year and was very impressed with the quality! They have a beautiful, aged-brass look. Use them on a wreath, a swag, or even as part of a tablescape.
  14. Small tree like this 3 ft. Christmas tree make a beautiful addition to small spaces and cozy corners.
  15. A wicker basket is a must in the Winter! Not only does it add beautiful texture, but it’s perfect for firewood, presents, or even a small tree!
  16. I just ordered this vintage-style St. Nick statue and am eagerly awaiting its arrival!

This of course isn’t an exhaustive list of my favorites, so I’ve rounded up a few more French Christmas decor options for you below! These items sell out quickly, so be sure to shop sooner rather than later….or like me, buy this year to use for next year {unless I forget that I bought them and where I put them! Lol!}

More French Christmas Ideas

Happy shopping!

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