Christmas Décor Ideas for a Fresh Take on Paskong Pinoy

Christmas is just around the corner and many of us are starting to think about how we want to decorate our homes for the holidays.

If you’re looking for a fresh take on traditional Filipino Christmas decorations, you’ll want to check out this list! In this blog post, we’ll be taking a look at some unique Christmas decorations that you can find in the Philippines.

From colorful parols to creatively made rattan Christmas trees, there’s something for everyone! So read on and get inspired.

15 Cute and Unique Christmas Décor for Your Home

Everywhere you go, you’ll see Christmas decorations already being hung as Jose Marie Chan and Mariah Carey serenade you over the speakers. And while Christmas Day is still weeks away, it doesn’t really hurt to get into the holiday spirit in your own home too!

So, check out these cute and unique Christmas decorations that will transform your homes into a space Santa Claus would want to visit!

  1. Nordic-style Christmas Tree

Nordic style Christmas Tree shopee

If you live in a small space or just want something to give you a little Christmas cheer on your office desk, this simple yet adorable Nordic-style Christmas Tree would be perfect for you!

Made with soft plush material, you’ll be tempted to display these at every nook and cranny of your humble abode.

  1. Mini Artificial Potted Tree

Mini Artificial Potted Tree

These mini trees give off that rustic aesthetic for those whose homes or rooms match the vibe. It’s great for people who just want a tiny tree for their apartment instead of a huge one!

  1. Transparent Round Hanging Balls

Transparent Round Hanging Balls

If you’ve got that creative spirit when decorating your homes for the holidays, why not purchase these transparent Christmas balls? These crystal-clear balls can easily match any theme, so let your creativity fly!

  1. Christmas Candle Holder

Christmas Tree Candle Holder

Perfect as a table centerpiece or as room decor, this beautiful Christmas candle holder in the shape of a Christmas tree will catch the eyes of your guests during your holiday parties or dinners.

Elegance and warmth for the chilly evenings, right?

  1. DIY Santa Music Box

DIY Santa Music Box

Here’s something fun you can do with family or friends over the holiday break!

This LEGO-inspired Santa Music Box is to be assembled on your own and becomes a toy that’s interactive (you can rotate the decoration inside by cranking the knob!) as well as an adorable decoration.

  1. Elegant Golden Candle Holder Wreath

Elegant Golden Candle Holder Wreath

Love setting up candles at home? Set up these gorgeous-looking golden Christmas candle holders that are shaped into wreaths with white roses around your home!

  1. Handmade Abaca Reindeer Decor

Handmade Abaca Reindeer Decor

Often overlooked when hunting for Christmas decorations is Santa’s reindeer, and these handmade ornaments would sit wonderfully well on top of your shelves, windowsills, on the floor, by your tree, or anywhere you’d want them to hang around!

They’re also made with abaca, so you can customize them any way you want. You can even place an order if you want them in 2-foot, 3-foot, or 4-foot sizes.

  1. Personalized Tree Ornaments

Personalized Tree Ornaments

Express your love for family with these adorable tree ornaments by Papemelroti that you can have custom-made to represent you, your loved ones, and even your pets! They also make great Christmas gifts, too.

  1. Tiny Belen or Nativity Set

Tiny Belen or Nativity Set

Looking for a Nativity set for your Christian home? You may want to add this adorably made resin belen from Papemelroti to your cart! It’s designed by Papemelroti’s own graphic artists and only takes up a small space on your shelf or your table.

Cute, right? Look at that wee baby resin Jesus!

  1. Abaca Christmas Angel

Abaca Christmas Angel

Every tree has to have a topper, so top it with this sustainably made Christmas angel that’s handcrafted with local materials of abaca and sinamay. Truly delightful!

  1. Christmas-Themed Wine Bottle Cover

Christmas Themed Wine Bottle Cover

What’re the holidays without the drinks? Expect to bring out all the wine and alcohol you have stored inside your cabinets—but instead of just showcasing them as is, dress them up for the occasion with these themed bottle covers so they could double as decorations too!

  1. Christmas-Themed Chair Covers

Christmas Themed Chair Covers

And why stop with the wine bottles? Dress up your furniture too with these adorable holiday-themed chair covers that your party guests would find cute and warm!

  1. Gold Artificial Leaves for your Christmas Tree

Gold Artificial Leaves

Spruce up your Christmas Tree with these glitzy golden artificial leaves that will turn your tree from dull greenery into “luxury” home decor!

  1. Champagne Santa Hats

Champagne Santa Hats

For those who love to entertain people at home over the holidays, you may want to add this to your cart! It’s a tiny Santa hat that you can attach to each champagne glass that would give them that cute holiday flair whenever you pass around the drinks. Cheers to the holiday season!

  1. Santa Hat Cutlery Sleeves

Santa Hat Cutlery Sleeves

Expecting a ton of holiday feasts at home? These tiny Santa hats that can hold your guests’ cutlery at the dinner table are a great touch and will surely impress them all!

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Of course, how can we forget about the very important Christmas ornament of all? Here are some of the most beautiful native Christmas tree decorations that can give your home that unique Christmas vibe.

These Rattan Christmas Trees Will Fit Your Rustic Home Aesthetic

Are you part of #TeamKahoy? Keep your home decor cohesive with these native Christmas Trees from Lazada!

These Christmas trees are made from native rattan and stand 5-feet tall. They also have a slim design so space will not be an issue. They are manufactured from Quezon province and sold by a direct seller.

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Surely, you have already spent a generous amount of time, effort and money decorating your home in keeping it with the theme. With rattan Christmas tree decorations, you will not have to sacrifice the wood aesthetic!

Click here to buy Rattan Christmas Trees on Lazada now!

So, for those looking where to buy affordable and creatively unique Christmas décor pieces like the rattan Christmas tree, there are many bazaars and markets out there during the holidays. Apart from Lazada, you can search online as well. That being said, here’s what we think of an identifiably Pinoy and sustainable Christmas market that won’t break the bank.

Find Sustainable Christmas Decor and Affordable Gift Ideas at This Christmas Market

Christmas comes to Kultura as it held its Christmas Market, a showcase of the store’s uniquely Filipino décor, gifts, and more last October 6 to 19 at the Atrium East. Level 2 of the Podium. It was also an exciting preview of what’s in-store for shoppers in all Kultura outlets nationwide.

kultura christmas market

Photos from Kultura

A take-off from the Christmas Markets or Christkindlmarkts that originated in Germany, and have since become holiday traditions and tourist attractions in Europe, this brings the magic, joys, and spirit of Christmas – Filipino style – to mallgoers.

If you’re looking for Christmas market ideas, why not make your home fun and festive with parols in natural materials – raffia, abaca, and burlap – crafted by local artisans? There are also foldable lanterns perfect for gifts overseas, and tabletop abaca cone trees and topiaries for smaller spaces.

Other ways to bring a homespun Christmas to your home: Santas wearing traditional Filipino attire with local icons like lechon, sorbetes, bahay kubos, and jeepneys; handmade capiz ornaments in angel, star, and tree shapes.

Kultura’s Christmas Market is also a treasure trove of gift ideas: inabel bed runners, blankets, and throws from Ilocos; table napkins handpainted by local artisans; and handwoven blankets and bath towels from Bicol. Foodies will love the local liquor; teas in pandan, lemon ginger, and tanglad flavors; and gourmet coffee and chocolate.

Shoppers can also enjoy services like embroidered monograms to customize gifts and special gift-wrapping with sustainable sinamay bags and pandan gift boxes.

Discover the best of local craftsmanship for a Uniquely Filipino celebration that you and your loved ones will never forget! Delight in local artistry at and stay updated with new arrivals, sales and more by following the brand on IG @kulturafilipino and FB @kulturaPH/

Celebrating the Christmas Holidays in the Philippines

When it comes to celebrating Christmas, the Philippines knows how to do it right. From the colorful décor that litter almost every street corner and home during the season, to the traditional food and drinks that are enjoyed by families and friends, the holiday cheer in the Philippines is definitely infectious.

But while most people may think that all Filipino celebrations revolve around food, there is actually much more to a Pinoy Christmas than just eating and drinking. In fact, for many Filipinos, the real essence of Christmas lies in the joyous spirit of togetherness with loved ones to celebrate.

And this is what makes a Filipino Christmas so special – it’s a time when family and friends can come together and enjoy each other’s company, regardless of any differences that may exist among them. It’s a time when everyone can just let loose and have some fun!

So, if you’re looking for some ideas on how to celebrate Christmas like a true-blue Pinoy, here are a few suggestions:

1) Start by putting up some festive decorations in your home.

While there are many different types of Christmas decorations that you can choose from, why not go with something uniquely Filipino? Why not try using rattan ornaments, capiz lights, or parols made from natural materials like those in our list? This will add a bit of local flavor to your celebration and will surely make your home look more festive.

2) Enjoy some traditional Filipino food and drinks.

There’s nothing quite like enjoying lechon, champorado, and pandesal during Christmas morning! And be sure to save room for dessert – Halo-Halo is always a favorite during this time of the year. So, get ready to indulge in some delicious Filipino cuisine!

3) Take part in some fun traditions.

One of the best things about celebrating Christmas in the Philippines is taking part in all the fun traditions that come with it. From attending Simbang Gabi masses to playing games like pasko ng pagkain (Christmas food hunt), there are plenty of activities to keep you busy and entertained throughout the season.

Overall, Paskong Pinoy can come alive with an abundance of Christmas décor, but the real spirit of it is found in the smiles, hugs, and loving words exchanged during the holidays. This Christmas season, whether you have unique Christmas decorations or regular plastic Christmas trees at home, we hope that you enjoy it with your loved whenever and wherever you may be in Manila.

Send us a message and let us know if you have any unique Filipino Christmas décor for us to feature!