Foxes, birds and reindeer go beyond cute to make a style statement that's on point all season long.


Horn In

This Antler rectangular platter ($48) from the Cross Design is a monochromatic tray—with horn-honed handles (faux, of course)—upon which festive fare pops.


Celeb Set

Add some bling to the holidays with these wooden ornaments by Drake General Store ($12), featuring some rather famous creatures—Björk, David Bowie, Pee-wee Herman and Nelly.


Fish Tales

The Fly Fishing Advent calendar ($69), handmade on Vancouver Island, delivers a set of 24 hand-tied freshwater flies to start off next year’s fishing season with some flair.


Fox and Feather

Ikea’s Vinter 2016 collection channels 19th-century Scandinavian folklore, like these sweet-and-simple porcelain ornaments of a bird and fox (two-pack, $4.99).


Hoot Dreams

The smoked-oak wood owl ($129), with eyes of wenge wood, was designed by Paul Anker Hansen in 1960—a timeless piece to add to your household menagerie.


Designer Pick! Horn of Plenty

Designer Steven Pollock‘s pick is the Buck salad server set ($350), by another Vancouver-based designer, Stefanie Dueck. “I really like how it’s irregular and each item is touched by the hand,” he says, making them the perfect pieces to eat festive meals with. “I believe you should try to fill your home with items that have meaning and purpose.”

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