Less than a month to go for Christmas and the time is perfect to decide on the theme. While all your friends will be going for modern and contemporary Christmas décor, don’t you think you should think out of the box and opt for something retro-ish. We think we’ve convinced you enough and now it’s time to look at our collection of retro Christmas decoration ideas below. Peep on!

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  1. Season’s Greetings Poster:

This nostalgic Season’s Greetings poster will bring the charm of retro Christmas to any room you place it. And they look great framed too, as seen in the picture. You can even use this poster for gift wrap.

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  1. Christmas Trees Cut Your Own Steel Sign:

In earlier times, there was a trend to advertise business during the Christmas. And believe you me, it sold like anything. So if you’re thinking of a retro theme, you must get hold of advertising signs of the yesteryears.

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  1. A Complete Retro Setting:

I don’t think anyone will even believe that it’s a 21st-century picture. The entire setting is retro, right from the glass Christmas tree to the Santa printed cloth towel.

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  1. Retro Table Setting:

How can you forget your table decoration when beautifying the entire house? After all, it will be the focus of your attention during Christmas. Purchase a few retro themed cutleries set and decorate in a similar way to achieve the desired look.

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  1. Santa Salt And Pepper Shaker:

This snappy salt and pepper shaker shaped like a smiling Santa Claus will make an adorable table decoration for the holidays.

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  1. Gnome Glass Ornament:

This retro gnome glass ornament takes us back to the 80s when kids would spend hours decorating the Christmas tree. And they needed to be extra careful too, as glass ornament were prone to breakage.

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  1. Coca-Cola Santa Claus Coke Metal Sign:

Santa never looked as happy as looks while gulping down Coco Cola. And it was one of the most favorite advertisements of the yesteryears too. This bucket is ideal to place in your barn, farm or even outdoors.

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  1. Decorate The Tree With Vintage Ornaments:

When you’re organizing a retro themed Christmas party, you need to give extreme thought to the ornaments you use for decoration. The tree in this picture is decorated in the typical 70s way.

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  1. Retro Figurines:

Make your bookshelf the highlight of your house by decorating it with vintage style figurines and showpieces. You just need to get hold of some retro figurines and showpieces.

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  1. Santa Industries Frosted Lights Christmas Sign:

Can it get any more retro than this? We don’t think so. The sign is designed to appear like an old, retro box of holiday lights. While mantelpiece is the best place to hang this season, we feel it will look great hung on the door too.

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  1. A Retro Lampshade:

If you have a flair for art, try creating a similar, retro themed scenery on the lampshade. You can use it to dress up your bedroom for the Christmas.

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  1. Retro Reindeer Planter Set:

Here’s an adorable, table top tree shaped as a planter for you to decorate your house. The tree is studded with ornaments and has an adorable reindeer base. We love it!

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  1. Cute Retro Sign:

This book cover Christmas sign is too cute to be described in words. With a little effort, you and your children can easily make it at home.

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  1. Tin Tart Mold Christmas Decoration:

This whimsical ornament, made using tin mold features glittery putz houses, bottle brush trees, a group of gnomes and mercury glass beads. It’s sure to look right in the place in your retro Christmas décor.

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  1. Santa Claus Christmas Cotton Tablecloth:

In the 70s and 80s, people did not go for fancy, netted, lacy or glittery tablecloth. They opted for simple Santa Claus or Merry Christmas printed tablecloth, which captured the essence of the season. So why not opt for the same while decorating your house in the retro theme too.

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  1. Deer Figurines:

These super adorable deer figurines would look excessively beautiful stationed on your coffee table or shelf.

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  1. Quintessentially Retro:

This bottlebrush holder, with rust for the added effect, is looking quintessentially retro. And the idea of making it with nutmeg boxes is spreading retro vibes even more than before.

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  1. Nut Tin Christmas Décor:

This whimsical decorative item is made by filling a candy tin with shredded paper, bottle brush trees, retro mercury glass beads, holiday gnome and glass ornaments. It will make a fun centerpiece for your coffee table.

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  1. Retro Jingle Bells:

The 1970s and 80s used a lot of plastic in their decoration. Metal jingle bells were soon replaced with glittery, plastic ones, like you see in the picture.

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  1. Rudolph Reindeer Light-Up Christmas Stocking:

This simple, retro printed Christmas stocking exemplifies the innocence of the years gone by. It will take you and your friends on a trip to the memory lane.

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  1. Elf Bottlebrush Tree:

This charming and adorable elf tree would make an excellent addition to your retro décor. Use the loop to hang from the tree or place it on the table.

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  1. Shadowbox Retro Door Sign:

This is the cutest shadowbox ornament we’ve ever come across. Hang it from the mantelpiece or on the door. It will look great everywhere.

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  1. Retro Table Runner:

The table runner has prints that reminisce of the 70s and 80s. The snow laden cottages, candy canes, hollies, everything scream Christmas.

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  1. Retro Santa Kitsch Christmas Wreath

Just give some glances at this kitsch Christmas wreath. Wrapped in silver tinsel, this wreath is decorated with mercury glass and vintage ornaments, which is adding loads of sparkle to the wreath.

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  1. Jingle All the Way Christmas Cotton Towel:

This Christmas special dish towel features “Jingle all the way” print, just like our mommies and grandmommies used it for the holiday dinners. Even you should try to get the one that will withstand years of usage.

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  1. Retro With A Touch Of Rustic:

Make use of the thermos lying in your house by making this wonderful decorative item. Add some rustic touches to it by using plaids.

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  1. A Whimsical Décor:

Over-the-top was ‘in’ in the 70s, so if you’re thinking of a retro Christmas theme, you also need to go over the top with the décor, whether in terms of color or glitter. Just as you see here, a wheelbarrow, loaded with gifts and ornaments is being headed by an elf.

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  1. Bright And Shiny Wreath:

This bright and shiny wreath is loaded with ornaments.

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  1. Hanging Christmas Tree:

This retro Christmas decoration idea has the best of both the worlds. The ornaments used are retro, but the idea is modern.

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  1. Saint Nick Christmas Lights Wall Decal:

Bring home the retro holiday cheer in your house with Santa Claus Christmas Lights Wall Decal. This wall décor, ideal for living room and dining area, will add a colorful touch to your décor. Or you can use them for gifting purposes too.

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