Celebrities: They’re just like us and they, too get ridiculously excited about decorating too early for the holidays. Case in point, huh? The latest Instagram holiday decor pictures of several celebrities have been uploaded, which reveal their undying love of all things cheerful and festive much like the rest of the country, and prove that no matter how big you are, there’s always something so rewarding about putting up a tree the day after (or if you’re Tan France) Halloween.
That said, not all of their decorations are rendered equal—in reality, they come mainly from perfectly classic and conventional to straight jaw-dropping (looking at you, Kylie Jenner). So if you’re looking for inspiration, you’ve come to the right place: there’s something for everybody in the roundup below, from cheesy to cozy and beyond. And because it’s all star-approved, you know that you can’t go wrong. The Best Celebrity Holiday Decor of 2020 to date, below.
Jones put out his Christmas decorations early this year, letting the haters know that she was not at all bothered about their judgment with a succinct caption: “Nov 1st. (judge away).” Her display erred on the conservative, slightly cheesy side, with an array of Santas and a tree with multi-colored lights.
Thought oversized shows have been too much for you? So did Marc Jacobs, but it seems like his husband had different plans when he wanted to install Santa and his reindeer on their house. Though that could be over the top for a minimalist, the rest of the couple’s furniture is predictably chic—a cascade of string lights and some red poinsettias complete the theme.
Arbitrator of taste Tan France formally gave his early holiday display his blessing when he shared a snapshot of his fully decorated tree on Oct. 31. The Queer Eye Star held retro stuff with a faux fur tree skirt, red, silver and gold ornaments, and transparent decorations.
Jenner had to turn up with her vacation decoration after the ridiculously adorable Halloween decorations, and the makeup mogul did not disappoint. While she just gave the world a glimpse of the exterior of her home, this amazing show of light proves that what’s to come will be unbelievable.
Jane Fonda’s tree was so intricately decorated this year that it took her two days to bring it together (which she documented in a series of blog posts, naturally). According to the actor, it is a fake tree that is 14 foot tall and features an eclectic combination of ornaments and decorations.
If anyone’s a vacation decoration specialist, that’s Martha Stewart, and this snowflake-covered scene is evidence. To follow her example, stick with a similar theme—you only need some snowflake ornaments and a lot of silver and gold to recreate some of the elegance.
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