Peacock Christmas decorations and peacock Christmas ornaments are the focus today. There are so many choices available when it comes to giving your holiday decor a peacock theme that the only real decision you have to make is what colors to use to best complement all those feathers! Turquoise, gold, lime green, burnished bronze and purple are all great options for turning your holiday into a perfectly peacock Christmas.
Above and below: This is just a glimpse of the lush peacock-themed Christmas decor in the home of interior decorator and blogger Artie Vanderpool. The blue peacock feather spheres you see above are adorning the top of the tree. They came from Hobby Lobby and are a budget-friendly buy at $5.99 per two-sphere stem. You can see the full tree and get the staircase-decorating details at Artie’s Color Outside the Lines blog.
Above: Turquoise, lime and bronzed-brown decorations vibrantly echo the colors in the peacock feathers, making this wreath a showstopper. It’s available at the Etsy shop All Things Frilly.
Above: From Hostess With the Mostess, a colorful and modern peacock-inspired table setting.
At left: A peacock-themed Christmas tree festooned with Martha Stewart ornaments exclusive to Grandin Road.
Below: This pretty 7” starburst dangle ornament is from North Star’s regal peacock collection.
At left: A beautiful peacock Christmas stocking available at the Christmas Love shop on Etsy.
Below: Have you ever seen a peacock tree skirt? This one is handmade to order by Waddles and Wagons.
Above: How about peacock glitter ball lights by Kurt Adler for your mantel, tree or staircase? There are seven lights on the string and each bulb is a little smaller than a tennis ball.
At left: Add some rustic texture to your tree with this cute sisal peacock ornament from World Market.
At right: Large clip-on ornaments are versatile additions to any Christmas display. This 15” one by Caspari combines real peacock feathers with glass, glitter and jewels.
At left: The perfect little angel ornament for a peacock-themed Christmas tree.
At right: It may look like an ornament, but this gorgeous peacock is actually a cookie made by Montreal Confections. Just in case you need refreshments after all that holiday decorating!
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