These five Christmas trends have made a comeback

Some of the trends date back to the 1600s

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Everyone loves a good comeback — especially one that comes with a bit of nostalgia.

Along with binge watching holiday classics, the smell of apple cider candles, and an increase in sweet tooths comes festive décor.

Better Homes & Gardens released its list of iconic Christmas trends that have happily made a comeback for 2023. If you have any of these items, it’s time to break them out because old is in.

Shiny ornaments

In 1939, shiny ornaments were handmade by a small factory in New Jersey. The festive designs, shapes, and hues grew in popularity during the 1940s and 50s. Since then, they’ve become one of the most sought-after types of Christmas ornaments.


You might see an increase in colorful decorations this year — especially pink. A pink Christmas is practically mandatory on social media this year.


While some might think these decorations are a bit cringy, they’ve made a comeback this year in the name of nostalgia.

Unconventional Trees

For those who want a tree but don’t want to spend money on one, an unconventional tree is the way to go. Usually, this consists of lights or string hanging on a wall in a tree-like pattern.

Flocked trees

Flocked Christmas trees, with their powdered white brushes resembling snowfall, are back and whiter than ever. Grabbing one this year will put you ahead of the trend curve among your friends.