2020's ornament trends are all over the map. In one corner, you've got the topical baubles that only make sense within the world's current context. In the other, you've got natural hues and materials. And then in another completely random corner is ornaments that look like food. Truth is: We're not mad at any of it. In fact, we're digging all the variety. Read on to see our faves:
Okay, so truth: You could DIY this. But for $8, you'd probably end up spending close to that on the materials anyhow.
American Heirloom's state-specific ornaments are a great gift to give to your loved one you haven't been able to see for six-plus months: Send them one to remind them of home.
In any other color, a peace sign ornament might feel a bit too funky. In classic bone china, it's working.
There's something about this West Elm ornament that just encapsulates the spirit of Christmas and makes it feel even more precious.
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We're loving these cheeky ornaments in the shape of all sorts of fun foods. We could see creating a food-themed tree that actually makes you hungry when you look at it.
This McGee and Co. ornament is simple and lovely — the perfect addition to your restrained tree.
2020 has been the year of drinking at home and giving zero fucks, so might as well embrace it ... until Dry January at least, right?
A little desert decor goes a long way.
The year: 2102
Timmy: Grandmama, what's this ornament?
Grandmama puts on her Tesla space spectacles.
Grandmama: Ahh, yes. 'Twas the year two thousand and twenty. Long before we lived on Mars. A terrible illness drove people to such degrees of madness that there was nothing left to do but laugh.
We kind of love that half of this set looks like artichokes.
These ornaments are made from recycled cardboard — so you can feel good about a product that reuses waste.
Another choice for eco-conscious consumers: These ornaments are made from Forest Stewardship Council certified cardboard.
Always worth remembering the time when finding TP was like a gift from the gods.
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