There's No Place Like an HGTV Home for the Holidays

HGTV stars know a thing or two about decorating and when it comes to decorating for the holidays, they pull out all the stops. See how your favorites have decorated their homes for the holiday season!

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Deck the Halls

As seen on Outrageous Holiday Houses, Drew and Linda went all out with their holiday decor this year! Now we know the perfect spot to put our presents when we run out of space under the tree. By picking a fun assortment of wrapping paper styles, they were able to feature every holiday theme you can imagine. With a foyer like this, Drew and Linda will definitely land a spot on the nice list.

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Drew and Linda's Winter Wonderland

There is nothing sweeter than decorating for the holidays! For the exterior of their home, Drew and Linda went with a holiday candy theme. They placed peppermint decorations below the windows, gumdrops around the front door and covered their entryway with a red ribbon to make it look like a candy cane.

Merry and Bright

To match the fun color scheme of their home, Drew and Linda chose bright decorations. The tree is filled with purple, blue, green and silver-colored ornaments.

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The Fireplace

A fireplace during the holidays isn’t complete without stockings and presents. Yes, Drew and Linda have even more presents under their tree and by the fireplace! Can we go to their house on Christmas morning? They also picked out adorable Harris Tweed stockings to match the rest of their decorations.

A Beary Merry Christmas

A childhood dream come true! We have all wanted a teddy bear for Christmas at some point in our lives. This giant teddy bear adds the perfect amount of playfulness to the space.

Drew and Linda's Workshop

You would never believe this bakery and wrapping station was once an office. Lucky for Drew and Linda, if they work up an appetite while wrapping all of those presents, they’ll have some holiday treats to enjoy.

Santa's Little Helpers

Jonathan had some special helpers while decorating his home for the holidays!

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Jonathan's Holiday Home

Let there be light! Jonathan decorated the exterior of his home with bright LED Christmas lights. He hung white icicle lights on the eaves of the roof and hung a large wreath above the garage. For his front door, Jonathan went with a classically draped garland. To top off his holiday display, he wrapped lights around the trees to ensure his house was the brightest on the block!

Garland Galore

We can’t help but think Jonathan was inspired by the Christmas classic “Silver and Gold” from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Not only did Jonathan decorate his garland with silver and gold ornaments, but he also placed silver and gold reindeer on top of his cabinets! His living space is fun, festive and full of holiday cheer.

The Bigger the Tree, the Better

If you have high ceilings, a tall Christmas tree is a must! Jonathan used the same silver and gold ornaments to decorate his tree. The poinsettias and gold ribbon added the perfect amount of sparkle. If you are able to take your eyes off the beautiful tree, then look over at the chandelier! Jonathan added a subtle amount of greenery and gold as a final touch.

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The Nutcracker Collection

Jonathan’s holiday decor is complete with this fun nutcracker collection. The built-ins above his television look like they were practically made for a nutcracker display.

Orlando Soria's Christmas Decor

Orlando Soria loves decorating for the holidays! Every year, he changes up his decor to bring a new level of holiday cheer into his home.

Gold Garland

Orlando is making our spirits bright with this gold garland! Not only do these turquoise and green ornaments go perfectly with the color of the garland, but they also match the existing decor in the apartment. Ornaments are a great way to tie in the color scheme of your home while also making things festive.

The Tree

Lucky for Orlando, he has a great spot for a Christmas tree. With the light shining in from the window, the tree is always shimmering! The rest of the holiday decor in this space is simple and elegant. The magnolia wreath and the bright lights on the tree add the ideal amount of sparkle and greenery to the room.

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The Ornaments

When it comes to ornaments, Orlando thinks the more the merrier! On this tree, he went with a mixture of gold ornaments, pinecones, icicles and felt animals. For his tree topper, he chose a traditional gold star.

The Stockings

Orlando hung his stockings by the chimney with care! With classic cable knit stockings, a Santa Claus candle and a pinecone garland, this mantle got the full holiday treatment.

Tabletop Decor

Rockin’ around the bottle brush trees! Bottle brush trees are a must for the holidays. As we can see from Orlando’s display, they also make adorable tabletop decor.

A Napier Family Christmas

The fire is so delightful in Erin and Ben Napier’s warm and cozy living room. One of the main ways they added Christmas cheer into the room was through pillows and blankets. The Santa Pillow and plaid blanket go well with their stockings and Christmas tree. Erin and Ben’s tree features a combination of traditional holiday ornaments with personal ornaments. As a final touch, they included some burlap ribbon to match their signature southern style.

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Potential Fulfilled

The Huntington Beach home of Hidden Potential host Jasmine Roth exudes charm and a welcoming vibe for the holidays.

Holidays With Jasmine

Jasmine's take on the Christmas tree is elegantly simple — tall and traditional, with white lights and a tasteful selection of ornaments.

Red, White and Green

A table centerpiece is understated though visually striking, with branches laden with bright red berries forming a natural table runner atop the rustic dining table.

Simple Signage

A piece of wall art in Jasmine's living room offers a distinctive and original take on holiday themes.

Don't Get Your Tinsel in a Tangle

... So reads a throw pillow on the living room sofa — located conveniently close to a roaring fire and stockings hung by the ... well, you know the rest.

Chez El Moussa

Tarek El Moussa's home in Costa Mesa, California is an artful balance of rustic and modern. For the holidays, the silhouette of the home is outlined by strands of white lights, and the wood fence gets an evergreen garland and a wreath for the gate.

Holiday Welcome

The home's facade and front porch gets a red, green and gold treatment with red poinsettias offset by small evergreens wrapped in gold.

Epic Space

Tarek's dining and living space, just off the kitchen, is truly stunning, with massively tall vaulted ceilings, lots natural ambient light, sleek lines and a cool white and gray palette.

Holiday Flourishes

Table centerpieces of silver and evergreen, coordinated with strands of silvery garland, add just the right touch for holiday entertaining and family time.

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