Hello dear friends! I hope you are having a wonderful New Year’s Eve! Our house is still decorated for Christmas, as I have always felt that the holidays aren’t really over until after New Year’s Day. I don’t decorate with a lot of specific New Year’s Decor, but I always create a vignette or two to commemorate the occasion. Today I am sharing some easy New Year’s Eve decorating ideas and New Year’s themed decor to celebrate the arrival of the new year!
Last year I created A Timeless New Year’s Eve Vignette and I just loved it. Two vintage Christmas kissing angels kicked off the new year with a kiss under a mercury glass bulb “New Year’s kissing ball.”
Decorating for New Year’s Eve or to celebrate the arrival of the New Year into January is super easy when you just use Christmas decor in new ways.
Santas in neutral cloaks can be thought of as “Old Man Winter” or “Father Time” figures and can remain on display throughout January.
How cute is this simple New Year’s themed mantel display using gold, silver and ivory trees and ornaments? The farmhouse sign with a positive New Year’s message is super fun and will easily work as decor well into the New Year.
I absolutely love this simple farmhouse style New Year’s tablescape, mantel and wall display! Greenery is beautiful and elegant all winter long, so this tablescape with cedar garland and simple ironstone dishes will transition beautifully into winter. Clocks have always been used in New Year’s decorating, since they are perfect for noting the passing of time and the countdown to midnight on New Year’s Eve.
You can always decorate a table top tree or make your own wintry tree using branches. I love this beautiful New Year’s Eve Tree created by decorating branches with clocks, winter doves, snowflakes and shimmery bulbs in a tarnished silverplate urn.
A small, white Christmas tree decorated with New Year’s hats and noise makers is perfect for the holiday. I might pick up some of these decorations to make a tree for next year, especially since all the the New Year’s decorations will be marked down later this week.
For this created tablescape a collection of paper clock faces has been used as a table runner topped with beautiful gold mercury glass votive holders, white candles, gold bulbs and New Year’s noise makers.
There are many different ways to incorporate the clock theme when creating a New Year’s tablescape. Here, clock face dishes have been used at each place setting. The table is adorned with clocks, beautiful candles, champagne flutes, blingy napkin rings, shimmery cloth napkins and party hats.
These DIY festive Parisian style New Year’s Eve hats are simply stunning!
I will definitely be making some of these easy DIY sheet music noise makers next year!
A framed printable or chalkboard with New Year’s wishes can be kept on display through January.
A styled tray of glittery ornaments, mosaic glass bulbs, sequin bulbs, and candles is a beautiful way to add a bit of sparkle and shine to celebrate the New Year. I never realized how much some types Christmas ornaments look like mini disco bulbs or “New Year’s Eve” balls until seeing this pretty display. I am going to add these types of ornaments to my list of what to look for this week when I hit the after Christmas sales.
Styling a little cart with party decor, drinks and snacks is a great way to add a festive New Year’s touch without going overboard. I love the adorable DIY New Year’s Banner too!
While on the subject of clocks and time, I want to remind you about Jord watch giveaway that is going on right now. You can enter to win $100 off a beautiful Jord wood watch of you choice. I love Jord watches!
Time is running out, so be sure to head over to my giveaway page and enter to win. Everyone who enters will receive a 10% off discount code just for entering. Good Luck!
I hope you have enjoyed this round up of easy New Year’s Eve decorating ideas and New Year’s Day decor. Tonight our family will celebrate in our traditional way by spending a quiet night at home enjoying snack platters and watching Holiday Inn before watching the ball drop.
No matter how you choose to celebrate, I hope you have a safe and blessed night and New Year ahead.
Happy New Year dear friends!
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Such wonderful ideas! Thank you for the kind mention sweet friend. Have a happy and healthy New Year!December 31, 2018 at 6:43 pm
Hi Amber, thanks for sharing my New Years Tree, that was a fun little project. I had forgotten about it! Hope you’re having a relaxing New Years Day!January 1, 2019 at 10:47 am
Happy New Year Amber! I love your little vignette with the kissing figurines… so sweet!
TaniaJanuary 1, 2019 at 12:30 pm
Such cute ideas for New Years decor! I never have decorated for New Years but I can totally see how creative and fun it would be! Happy New Year to you!December 29, 2022 at 11:39 am