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Tuesday's Trends: Fab and Festive Feathers

Hello Fabulistsas! It's always fun to use some current trends in your holiday decor. I used feathers in an unexpected way for my HGTV holiday special. (Tune in this Friday at 8p.m. EST!) These festive accents demand attention year-round, though. Here are my favorite ways to use feathers.


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Peacock feather pendant

A roundup of fab feather looks would be amiss without something peacock. These feathers include some of my favorite colors. I adore this peakaboo pendant because it can hold its own with any unusual chandeliers.


from EcoFirstArt

Feather print placemat

You can't discount the importance of dressing your holiday table, but your table needs some love after the holidays, too! I love how fresh these linen placemats look. They'd be a fab way to start off the New Year.


from Huddleston Linens

Glitter feather garland What a fab way to be festive! This tutorial doesn't use feathers, but white stock paper instead, which might be easier to store and keep for next Christmas. Wouldn't this be perfect for a glam New Year's Party, too? feathers-garland-3

from Sarah Hearts

Feather vase I adore a tabletop dressed with a vase full of luxe feathers. However, this vase turns that traditional style on its head by putting the feather design on the vase. Dusting this will be a breeze in comparison! vase

from Chachkies

Glam feather earrings

Feather earrings have been a huge recent style trend. This fresh, glam-to-the-max take on that look is worth treasuring. I'd love to have these in my personal jewelry collection.


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What ways are you using feathers in your holiday decorating? I'd love to hear your ideas in the comments below. Don't forget to tune into HGTV Friday at 8 p.m. EST to see how I use feathers to decorate the secret celebrity's home for Christmas!

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