Stars' Most Stunning Christmas Trees
See how Porsha Williams, Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik and more celebrities are decking the halls for the 2020 holidays
"I am big on the holidays. It's the most important time of the year," the Real Housewives of Atlanta star told PEOPLE. Williams teamed up with Balsam Hill and celebrity designer Brad Schmidt to transform her Atlanta home into a winter wonderland for the holidays.
"Whenever someone comes over to my house now that it is completely transformed into Christmas-land, it just sets the tone," she added. "Their energy is lifted. They feel fun, joyful — all of that is a part of the holiday."
The "Rare" singer posed with her dog Daisy next to what appears to be an ornamented faux tree.
Ahead of ABC's Disney Holiday Singalong, the former Dancing with the Stars judge cozied up with some presents under the tree.
Gigi Hadid & Zayn Malik
The new parents are are "a whole new kind of busy and tired," the model wrote on Instagram, but they still wanted to treat their baby girl to early Christmas decorations.
Looks like an eye for decor runs in the family - Anstead's sons Brayden and Hudson helped her add some sparkle to the tree.
If our decorations looked that picture-perfect well before Thanksgiving, we'd be raising a glass too.
A can of Babe wine in her hand (she's partnering with the brand to make over a fan's holiday decor) and Dior under the tree - we'd say the Real Housewives of New York star is definitely making the holidays nice.
The star enjoys "slow weekend lovin'" with her snuggly mini-me in their matching jammies.
Can we add "those amazing bookshelves" to our holiday wishlist?
Not only is the actress's tree all set up, the stockings are hung by the chimney with care.
Two cute! The Million Dollar Listing star shared a photo of his twins Mila and Fredrik Jr. in front of a tree, noting that they decorate early to get in the spirit.
Shawn Johnson East
The Easts are ready for Christmas! The gymnast showed off her tree, stockings and a popcorn garland on her Instagram Stories on Nov. 15.
The Bravo star also got started early, with a massive tree that takes up her whole foyer.
A leopard-print tree? Leave it to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star to glam up her spruce in a whole new way.
The star, who tragically lost husband Nick Cordero to COVID-19 this year, decided to put up her decor early to try to bring light into a dark time.
"I knew this might be a hard thing to do so I chose to make it joyful with my brother," she wrote on Instagram. "I decided not to question anything this year. I hung every sentimental ornament and all our stockings. Some of it doesn’t make any sense at all, but it’s ok."
She added that she expects the holidays will be very challenging, saying "I’ll miss [Nick] every step of the way. But, I will celebrate, smile and find the joy as much as I can along the way for me and for [our son] Elvis."
We know this faux fir is just a prelude to the monster evergreens the Queen of Christmas has planned, but we still have to give her credit for having an all-out holiday display ready to go Nov. 1.
Nicole 'Snooki' Polizzi
The holiday season couldn't have come a moment too soon for Snooki: "FINALLY" she captioned a photo of her Christmas decor, minutes after Halloween ended.
Tan is not here for your Grinch vibes: "Haters back off!" he wrote on his Nov. 1 Instagram.
The star is yet another Christmas-crazy celeb putting her tree up on the first day of November. "Judge away!" she said.
Another member of the "earlier the better" Christmas tree club: the former Bachelor. "Can't be patient with everything," he wrote.
"Christmas came early this year" the Hallmark star said, sharing a shot of her son Jeffrey, 2, whom she adopted from foster care in October, peeking out from a gift box. She then posted a photo of her whole family - including husband Jason Wayne, son Kayden and daughter Julie - in front of the tree. (As she keeps saying: "Christmas is not canceled!")