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From Rudolphs nose to Santas suit, crimson shades are a Christmas classic for a reason. But a traditional palette need not mean conventional décor. Revamp red this holiday season with one or two of the following piecesyoull notice theres nary a reindeer or Claus in sight.
Origami Star Tree Topper, $18, Anthropologie, anthropologie.com The traditional tree topper gets an update. Additional points and an orangey-red hue make this star a stunner.Punched Tin String Lights, $35.69, Crate and Barrel, crateandbarrel.com Leave last year’s bulbs in the box and try out a new kind of twinkle – indoors and out. Holiday Bicycles Wrapping Paper, $2.95, Paper Source, papersource.com This whimsical gift wrap reminds us of the year there was a bike waiting beneath the tree. Vintermys Hanging Decoration, Bird Felt, 6.99, Ikea, ikea.ca Not all birds fly south for the winter. Let a few flutter around your tree this season.Decorative Sisal Tree, from $12, Anthropologie, anthropologie.com Smaller than a spruce and a whole lot more vibrant.
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