Are you looking for some inspirations to decorate your office on this Christmas?. We spend a lot of time at the office, sometimes even during the holidays. And why not, work comes first after all! So why not put some effort to decorate the workplace too? Decorating the office for the Holidays is a great way to spread festive cheer, lighten the mood, and bring the organization together. Today, we’ve gathered a list of top Christmas decorating ideas for your office. Check them out below!

Office Christmas Decorations

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  1. Santa In The Office:

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A Santa themed decoration can never go out of fashion. And it’s versatile too! Don’t believe us, then check out this office decorated with Santa goodies. Even the Christmas tree is covered with a red tutu to go with the theme. We loved the idea of tying a belt around the tree.

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Simple Office Christmas Decoration Ideas

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Christmas Decorations For Work

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  1. Beautifully Lit Up Office:

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What would a Christmas decoration be without proper lighting? Hang a few of these lights and see your employees’ and co-worker’s face light up. The Christmas tree is decorated beautifully with strings of mini lights. You can consider putting mini light displays on the desk. There are also plenty of novelty Christmas lights that you can even plug into the USB ports of the workstation.

  1. The Geeky Decoration:

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Could it get geekier? We think not! Here’s a Christmas tree decorated with recycled computer parts. The rest of the office is not decorated, but you are free to decorate it any way you want to. But try to stick to the theme. If you have opted for a geeky theme, then do not attempt to make it blingy or girlish.

  1. The Mini North Pole:

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This cubicle has been transformed into a mini north pole. It’s been decorated beautifully with cotton and snowflakes to give an appearance of Santa’s Home. Did you notice the little angels on the pathway? It seems that they are eagerly waiting for Santa to come out. If you are contemplating to do this decoration, then decorate just one area of the office, not the entire office. It’ll look over the top.

  1. Winter Wonderland:

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This cubicle has been transformed into a mini north pole. It’s been decorated beautifully with cotton and snowflakes to give an appearance of Santa’s Home. Did you notice the little angels on the pathway? It seems that they are eagerly waiting for Santa to come out. If you are contemplating to do this decoration, then decorate just one area of the office, not the entire office. It’ll look over the top.

  1. Red And White:

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It looks like there has been a heavy snowfall in this office. And you don’t even need too much supply for this decoration. Just loads and loads of cotton, ornaments, and construction paper in different colors. If your office has multiple departments, then why don’t you organize an office decoration competition? Ask each division in the office to decorate their area as a separate part of the winter wonderland. This will make decorating a fun activity for the co-workers and employers too!

  1. Candy Cane:

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Christmas is incomplete without candy cane, don’t you think so? But have you ever thought of decorating the office or cubicle with candy cane themed ornaments? Apprehensive about how it will look in the office? Well, then check out this picture. It features an office cubicle decorated beautifully with candy cane ornaments. You can even hand out candy bags to your employees or let them dunk their hands into candy jars filled with nuts, candies, and dried fruits. Your employees will get to be kids once again.

  1. Gingerbread Man:

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Here’s another novel idea you can use for decoration. The exit of this office is decorated like a gingerbread house. Kudos to the designer! To give a similar look to your office, wrap your door and its surrounding with a brown butcher paper and hang a few gingerbread man ornaments from the ceiling.

  1. Colorful Decoration:

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    We totally love this color Christmas decoration here. Very rarely do we get to see such colorful decoration in an office. Streamers, Garland, and paper chains are simple, yet effective way to spruce up the decoration as you can see here. We particularly recommend you to use red and green link paper chain. They can never go out of fashion. Tell your co-workers to bring one ornament from their house and display on their desk.

 

  1. Let It Snow:

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Here’s an incredibly easy way to decorate the office cubicle. Just hang a few streamers and paper snowflakes here and there and stick the Christmas themed stickers on the cabinet. You’re good to go! Do not forget to place a small Christmas tree on the desk. It will uplift your employee’s spirit every time he/she looks at it. You can even hang a few baubles around the office, like the computer screen. Or you can put some baubles in a candy jar and tie it with a metallic ribbon tie around the top.

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Here you can see some wonderful christmas office door decorating ideas.

  1. Door Decoration:

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Who said wreaths are made for decorating homes only? You can use to for decorating the office too. It’s a great way to spread cheer to your office without going too traditional. You can either buy the wreath from the store or make it with your colleagues.

  1. Adorable Front Door and Porch:

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Can any porch look cuter than this? We think not! Instead of putting a real or artificial Christmas tree, a string of incandescent mini lights is used to make an outline of a Christmas tree. The outline is then filled with star cut out in different colors. The door of the porch is made to look like a snowman. You can even decorate the porch with balloons. It will give you a bang for your bucks.

  1. Stunning Door Decoration:

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    This decoration is sure to bring a broad grin to your employees’ face. Hanging wreath or garland on the office door adds an instant festive appeal. While most of the people go for a traditional holly or pine, the author has used the paper wreath to decorate his office.

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  1. Silver Wonderland:

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When it comes to Christmas, it’s the little things that make people grin. So how about affixing Christmas related objects like a Santa cap, a snowflake or Santa masks on the workstation, just as you can see here. The cubicle follows a pink and silver theme. They have put a layer of cotton on the desk and outlined with silver boa to give an appearance of snow. Simple, yet pretty.

 

 

  1. Hello Kitty:

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Green Christmas tree is a passé now. Here we have an adorable purple colored Christmas tree decorated with little Hello Kitty ornaments. Even the Santa Cap here is in pink, instead of the regular red Santa cap. Pink and purple will make a unique theme for the Christmas office decoration, especially for a school or preschool office. Do not forget to light it up with pink and purple incandescent light!

Before going ahead with the office decoration, you need to follow a few guidelines. These include:

  • Do not even think of placing a giant, inflatable Santa in the walkway. You must also leave the walkways, corridor, and exit clear of the obstruction.
  • Keep the decoration office appropriate.
  • The decoration in the office must be flame retardant. Do not use candles for decoration purposes. You can use LED lights, though.
  • Most importantly, ensure that your company does not have any policy against decorating in a way that may seem insensitive to others.

These ideas are sure to give your office a Yuletide makeover. Involve your colleagues from different departments also to create stunning decorative display. Do you have any idea to share with us regarding office Christmas decoration? If yes, then please share with us in the comment section!

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