European & French Christmas Decor Shopping Guide

Are you craving a French-inspired Christmas style? In this post we’re sharing our love for European & French Christmas decor and giving you lots of sources of where to find it!

french christmas decor dough bowl with moss and candles

I know it’s a little early for some, but last year I had so many questions about where I got some of my French Christmas decor, that I thought it would be nice to put it into a post for you this year. Before it all sells out!

To be honest, a lot of things that appeared in my tours last year were sold out before my posts even went live. It was frustrating for me, and disappointing for you. So today I’m sharing sources for a lot of what I used last year, as well as some gorgeous new French Christmas decor I’ve found for this year! 

And if it’s a little early for you, simply bookmark this page to come back to when you’re ready to do your holiday decorating!

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french inspired christmas decorating ideas bare little tree and garland with stockings

I love the look of a French or European Christmas. Lots of greenery, accented with gold, white or silver elements, with baskets and lots of texture creates a beautiful, neutral style. 


French christmas decor ideas small pine trees in vintage terracotta pots on table in french farmhouse kitchen

It seems a lot of the good things go so quickly these days, so you need to order early if there are things you really want. But the bright side is, this way you can actually plan and order and be ready for the holidays ahead of time!

And even better? For the first time ever, I’m curating my own Holiday Decor Shop!! In addition to a French Christmas Decor category, I’ll be sharing all my favorite wreaths, trees, garland, ornaments, and more. (Link is at the bottom of this post).

Hopefully this will get you inspired to do some early decorating, which leaves more time for the things we love most! Like eating, exchanging gifts, and spending time with those we love. πŸ™‚


French Christmas Decor Shopping Guide graphic on Maison de Cinq

  1. This faux Noble fir tabletop tree is the perfect size.
  2. Love this charming brass bell garland!
  3. This yummy “Noel” candle smells amazing!
  4. Continue the mistletoe tradition with this faux version.
  5. These brass bells I use every year – and every year they sell out!
  6. Mercury glass balls lend an old-world sparkle to your Christmas tree. 
  7. This faux cedar wreath is my favorite and so real-looking.
  8. Use this nordic wood bowl to hold ornaments or greenery.
  9. How adorable is this Joyeux Noel doormat?!
  10. This chunky knit stocking looks like a handed-down family keepsake. 
  11. Display this golden wreath for a French-inspired feel.
  12. This faux cedar swag gives a great old-fashioned look.
  13. A vintage-style Santa figure brings European style to any space.
  14. Top off your tree with this gorgeous gilded iron bird.
  15. These faux cypress potted trees or topiaries could not be cuter!


And I’ve added even more great French-inspired decor below, including my favorite most realistic faux garland, more stockings and wreaths, as well as different trees, bells, and more!

More French Christmas Decor 


And as I mentioned above, I’m sharing a complete Holiday Shop this year full of all my curated favorites – from trees, to wreaths, to ornaments and more!

You can check out the entire shop here.




If you enjoyed this post, be sure to check out more French-inspired holiday decorating ideas below:

European Holiday Style in the Kitchen

French Farmhouse Christmas Decor in the Family Room

Neutral French Christmas Living Room 

How to Style an Elegant Christmas Front Porch


 French Inspired Christmas Decor Shopping Guide graphic on Maison de Cinq



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  1. Lynn Francioso says:

    I love the blog and get so many new ideas from you. I also decided to add some green to my tree and decor this year. I was wondering where the wrapping paper you used is from, and if still available?

      1. Lynn Francioso says:

        Thank you so much, I’ll keep my eye out for it.

  2. Theresa Speicher says:

    Love the decor. I have some similar pieces so, I’m looking forward to decorating for Christmas. I know it’s only October but, planning ahead is key.

    1. I’m so glad you like it Theresa! And yes, planning IS key!!

      Thanks for stopping by!


  3. LOVE every single thing, Sheila!! Thanks for sharing this wonderful selection!

  4. Paula Courtney says:

    I love your line-up. I purchased the aged iron star tree topper several weeks ago and was so impressed when it came. It is very sturdy and beautiful from all sides and not just from the front like a lot of others toppers. Great list of holiday decor, fitting for a french country home.

    1. I’m so happy to hear that Paula – I love that star too!! So unique!

      Thanks so much for your kind words and for stopping by!


  5. Thank you so much for the early and beautiful inspiration! I already ordered the brass bells! As always, I love your home and all you share.

    1. That’s so kind! Thanks so much Karen and I’m so glad you’re enjoying the blog!


  6. Kristina Rink Piccardo says:

    Sheila! I love your blog! Thanks for the creative vision…. I think of you often when decorating my home!
    🀍🀍🀍🀍 grateful for you.

    1. That is so kind of you! Thank you Kristina – you made my day! πŸ™‚


  7. Thank you so much for giving us an early head’s up! Love your blog and all your wonderful ideas.

    1. You’re welcome Vikki, I’m so glad you found it helpful! And thank you for your kind words. πŸ™‚