After initially appearing in the pages of Better Homes & Gardens decades ago, these formerly well-liked holiday decorating ideas are once again in style.


24/ 11/2022

Shiny Brite Ornament

In New Jersey in 1939, the first Shiny Brite ornaments were created by hand.

Holiday Village

Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, the trend grew in popularity. initially began as tiny cardboard or ceramic figures.

Vintage Santa Mug

Many of the popular antique Christmas items are currently fashionable again.

Flocked Christmas Tree

Their popularity has soared once more over the last five years.

Ceramic Christmas Tree

More than 40 years later, the iconic trees continue to grow in popularity.

Tinsel Tree

To catch the flickering lights, the silver fabric was draped over tree branches.

Nontraditional Tree

In the 1970s, there were a lot of handcrafted, unconventional trees created.

Pink Christmas Decor

The vibrant hues that gained popularity in the 1950s are once again in style.