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Tired of the same old, same old when it comes to holiday decorating? This year, shake things up with a brand new color palette. Use the existing colors in your home as a jumping off point and go from there. Here we’ve rounded up 11 options that are not only festive, but fresh and exciting.

1. Navy blue and white

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Homes with a coastal design aesthetic are a natural fit for this timeless color combo.

2. Pink and gold

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Thinking pink this Christmas? Pair it with a metallic accent to keep it looking elegant, not juvenile.

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3. Black and white

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Black and white is classic, yet modern. Buffalo plaid, a staple of farmhouse decor, is a huge holiday trend for 2018.

4. Lavender and orange

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Bet you’ve never experimented with this unexpected color palette! We love the bright pops of pink, chartreuse and yellow scattered throughout.

5. Mixed metallics

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Rose gold on its own is lovely, but combining it with gold and silver creates an eclectic feel.

6. White, gold and gray

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Not a color lover? Keep your holiday decor muted with cool hints of gray.

7. Monochromatic green

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Green is classic Christmas, but incorporating various shades of it is pleasantly surprising.

8. Neon

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Etsy predicted neon would be a holiday trend to watch in 2018, and it appears they were onto something.

9. Aqua, silver and white

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Easily transition your decor from ‘holiday’ to ‘winter’ with these icy shades.

10. Orange, green and white

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Orange you curious to try out this unique palette?

11. White, green and gold

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A winter-white tree allows colorful baubles to take center stage. Here, emerald and olive green coupled with glittery gold is seriously sophisticated.

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