Holiday Decor From Chip and Jo, the Property Brothers, and Other Stars That’ll Make You Cringe

Holiday Decor From Chip and Jo, the Property Brothers, and Other Stars That’ll Make You Cringe

When it comes to Chip and Joanna Gaines, Drew and Jonathan Scott, Leanne Ford, and other popular reality TV stars, we like to think their holiday decor tastes would be an inspiration for all.

But even TV’s top design pros can take a wrong turn, particularly during the holidays.

As proof, we present some of the most questionable and even creepy holiday decor we’ve seen reality stars buy, sell, or otherwise say is A-OK. Um, do you agree? Check out what we’ve seen and judge for yourself.

Chip and Joanna Gaines present a plant mister ornament

It's shiny, but it makes no sense.
It’s shiny, but it makes no sense.

Magnolia

Chip and Joanna certainly know their way around a modern farmhouse, and their Magnolia shop is bursting with tasteful decor for every room. Still, when it comes to Christmas tree ornaments, a mini plant mister seems like an odd choice.

“Perfect for plant lovers,” the product description insists. Yes, we know plants are popular, but last we checked, no true plant lover would chop down a tree and hang baubles on it, even for the holidays ($10, Magnolia).

Drew Scott croons a Christmas ballad

And since no holiday home is complete without music, did you know that “Property Brothers” star Drew could sing? Yup—he crooned a tune (as seen in the accompanying video) titled “Nothing Feels Better Than Christmas,” which fans can stream on Apple Music or Spotify. Fine, it isn’t the worst thing we’ve heard, but we’re so very glad he can fall back on a successful day job in real estate.

Jonathan Scott offers a vanity ornament

You can't unsee his stubble.
You can’t unsee his stubble.

Kohl’s

Meanwhile, the other “Property Brothers” star, Jonathan, has allowed himself to be turned into an ornament you can hang on your Christmas tree, complete with chin stubble and a tiny tool belt. It’s possible some people find this look festive and fun, but we’re betting most folks will quickly click past this tragic figurine in favor of another snowman or angel instead ($3, Kohl’s).

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