Flannel and the television yule log are about as close as you get to being a mountain gal. Keep up the facade with hand-carved wooden creatures ready for snow-shoeing.
Available at wisteria.com, $36 for six.
Make your pad a veritable Switzerland of occasions with neutral but festive balls. String them together and hang where you like, or scatter them throughout for surprising pops of color.
Available at acmepartybox.com, $21.
Give your evergreen a sturdy base with an understated, no-frills tree skirt made of wicker.
Available at shopterrain.com, $48.
When it’s all said and done, stash the bright yellow cast of the nativity scene inside each other until next year.
Available at spoonsisters.com, $15.50.
Give the tarnished metal menorah a year off; go with Jonathan Adler’s fetching dachshund instead.
Available at jonathanadler.com, $120.
Tartan packing tape saves any inevitable wrapping pinch you find yourself in.
Available at raredevice.net, $10.
Need a little Christmas right this very minute? Print out a holiday sweater party for a full-fledged fete that will make you look like a regular ol’ Martha.
Available at supermarkethq.com, $12.
The onslaught of long-losts has you reaching for pinot. Disguise the necessary indulgence (while keeping the vino fresh) with a menorah cork.
Available at fredflare.com, $18.
Forget Dasher and Dancer. A wooden, back-lit moose may earn a year-round spot on your wall.
Available at pbteen.com, $169.
Though you loved the crafty use of nestled, paper-thin bulbs in Home Alone, handblown glass orbs add class to your tree — and don’t shatter at first touch.
Available at anthropologie.com, $14.
Your upcoming schedule consists of cocktail parties and recovering from said cocktail parties, so keep festivities simple with sparkly gold scallops that last through New Year’s.
Available at etsy.com, $14.
Will Ferrell will probably be a no-show at Christmas dinner. Pay homage to his holiday classic by setting your table with candles anchored by silver, blue, and green elves.
Available at cb2.com, $6.
Though flicking open numbers on an advent calendar kept grade-school you plenty excited, opening tiny treats in printed pouches for each of those days quells the anticipation even more.
Available at shopterrain.com, $68.
Blizzards may trap you indoors, but snow globes housed in salt shakers and glass jars bring flurries of understated charm to your abode.
Available at anthropologie.com, $25-$38.
Pottery Barn’s jingle bell rendition ends the white versus multicolored light debate once and for all.
Available at potterybarn.com, $39.
While the Russian nutcracker always defeats the Mouse King (spoiler alert), these ancient warriors would have probably hastened the victory.
Available at worldmarket.com, $30.
You just missed Santa’s nice list this year (whoops). Get a head start on 2012 karma with seed bombs in the shape of coal.
Available at uncommongoods.com, $12.
Move over, reindeer. Birds deserve their day in the holiday sun with a fluffy feather wreath.
Available at westelm.com, $19.
Send the right message via furry friends printed with greetings on one side and bespeckled with glitter on the other.
Available at jaysonhome.com, $15.
A grown-up lesson we learned well: small presents rock, especially when they await us in Sea Bag’s recycled sail stockings.
Available at seabags.com, $40.
South of the Mason-Dixon line? Either way, no weatherman can guarantee a white Christmas. Snow in a can locks it up.
Available at urbanoutfitters.com, $6.
Don’t let the Gents have all the fun. Swoop blue and white felt garland peppered with dreidels and Stars of David on anything that will stand still.
Available at etsy.com, $18.
Six foot, seven foot, eight foot, nine. Christmas comes and you have no room in your home. Opt for a little Scotch pine that will be big enough when you (finally) upgrade from your studio.
Available at branchhome.com, $22.
Airfare didn’t exactly encourage a cross-country trip to Mom’s. Pretend you’re in the living room you love by setting out house-shaped wooden candlesticks.
Available at ladiesandgentlemenstudio.bigcartel.com, $58 for two.
Watching Clark’s tree burst into flames (at least five times per holiday season) outweighs your penchant for pine scent. Fred Flare’s digital take on a tree ensures fire-free celebrations.
Available at fredflare.com, $20.
Enlighten your brood on all eight days with designer Brad Ascalon’s modern marble masterpiece.
Available at dwr.com, $275.
Make sure your jolly spirit doesn’t go extinct with smiling dinosaur ornaments bundled in cozy scarves.
Available at crateandbarrel.com, $30 for three.
Feed your fir fever with a mini sparkly tree (presents and all) for your tree.
Available at modcloth.com, $15.