From deconstructed wreaths, to full-on traditional decor, every one of these West Coast homes does holiday their way. 

In this Surrey home decked out for the holidays, owner Wayne McGill likes to mix pieces, creating a highly personal collection of old and new, high and low, fun and serious keepsakes, accessories and furniture. (View more photos here.)A mod Saarinen dining table is paired with a vintage hutch in the dining room; the vivid blue area rug is the jumping-off point for the blue and silver holiday decorations on the second tree in the home.Departing from the typical seasonal colourways, a young B.C. couple takes inspiration from their coastal locale when it comes to holiday decorations. (Check out the full home here.)MG_0101-blend-EditWe love how designer Janie Hungerford decked out this Vancouver home’s Bedrock Plank table in ethereal silver and gold. (More photos from the Craftsman Christmas home here.)WesternLiving-HomeHolidays2013-195-683x1024 (Photo: Barry Calhoun.)A main-floor powder room already wows with vintage print Viennese opera house wallpaper, glamorous metallics and embellished black frame mirrors, so adding a dainty bejewelled tree and Merry Christmas hand towels are a nice seasonal touch. (More photos here.) (Photo: Janis Nicolay.)Less colour, more craft, Falken Reynolds shows us a home that does holiday in a calming light palette through birch bark wreaths and touches of fresh boughs of cedar, pine and fir. (See more photos of the Vancouver home here.)(Photo: John Sinal.)All the WL staff fell for this alabaster dream cabin, designed by owner Carrie McCarthy, located on South Pender in B.C.’s Gulf Islands. (More photos here.)201509_WL_Pender_D8-158Another room from McCarthy’s white-on-white island cabin—note the coastal driftwood Christmas tree in the corner. (More photos here.)(Photo: Janis Nicolay.)Last but not least, we got to spend time with Burnaby native, and internationally acclaimed musician, Michael Bublé in his West Vancouver home decked out for the holidays. (Get the full tour here.)