For a while now Terrain has been our go-to source for holiday decor of all kinds: wreaths (fresh and dried), Christmas trees (of all sizes), and festive string lights. This year, Terrain is launching a Town & Country collection of handmade zinc lanterns, a minimalist’s answer to fussy Christmas villages.
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Above: Terrain’s Fresh Magnolia Wreath is handmade in the US of mixed green and gold magnolia leaves. It will stay fresh indoors for up to three weeks, and outdoors for up to two months. It’s $78 for a 24-inch diameter wreath and $128 for the 34-inch size.
Above: A Pacific Northwest-grown Fresh Cut Natural Noble Fir tree has long, horizontal branches, and blue-green needles with white tips; $78 for a 5- to 6-foot tree. Use Terrain’s Woven Leather Cylinder Basket to corral gifts; $118 for small and $158 for large.
Above: For a dense, classic American tree, the Fresh Cut Fraser Fir has sturdy branches to hold heavier ornaments. It’s $48 for a 5- to 6-foot tree, and $68 for a 7- to 8-foot tree. It’s shown here in Terrain’s Wicker Basket Tree Skirt—one of our favorites; $78.
Above: For a fresh-cut tree for a small space: Terrain’s Tabletop Noble Fir arrives ready to display in a tree stand and rattan basket; $78 for a 3-4 foot tree. (A Tabletop Fraser Fir is also available.)
Above: A winter standard in a range of sizes: Terrain’s Fresh Boxwood Winter Ring is handmade in the US, inspired by European holiday market designs. It can be displayed indoors or out, and will stay fresh for up to two months outdoors in colder climates. Prices range from $38 for a 10-inch diameter wreath to $128 for a 22-inch wreath.
Above: Trim your tree in minutes with Terrain’s 1, 2, Glow Lights—eight individual strands attached to a central cord wrap around the tree in tiers; $228.
Above: The Herrnhut Star Light String works both indoors and out and is based on an age-old German star design. Each star is 5 inches in diameter, and the light string is made in Germany; $228 for a 39-foot strand.
Above: Terrain’s festive Metal Allium Garland is handmade of iron, modeled after the spiky shape of allium bulbs; $44 for a 6-foot length.
Above: Terrain’s handmade iron Town & Country collection is a modern version of the traditional Christmas village. Shown here: the Zinc Chateau ($48), Zinc Farm House ($32), and small Zinc Tree ($16).
Above: A Zinc Greenhouse ($24), Zinc Manor House ($32), Zinc Windmill ($38), Zinc Silo ($38), and Zinc School House ($32) are lighted by Terrain’s Stargazer Copper Twine Lights; $16 for a battery-powered 5-foot strand.
Above: Tiny versions of Terrain’s Town & Country structures are fit for the tree or as votive candleholders: the Zinc Farmhouse Ornament, Zinc Silo Ornament, and Zinc Greenhouse Ornament are $16 each.
Above: Terrain’s ‘Ziva’ Paperwhite Bulbs make equally good holiday decorations and gifts; they produce small, fragrant blossoms and are ready to force; $12 for 10 bulbs, $20 for 20 bulbs, and $25 for 30 bulbs.
Above: A colorful alternative: Hyacinth ‘Delft Blue’ Bulbs arrive chilled from Holland, ready to force; $10 for three bulbs.
Browse Terrain’s Winter Shop and don’t forget to use code LIGHTUP for free shipping on Monday, November 28.
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