Where to Find the Ultimate (Local) Christmas Décor in NH

Deck the halls with festive items from these New Hampshire shops




Hampshire Pewter ornaments have decked the halls of the White House.

At these local stores it's Christmas 24-7. Get everything you need to trim the tree, stuff the stockings, string the lights and deck your house from roof to tree-skirt in holiday cheer.

Famous Ornaments – Hampshire Pewter

Forget the boring glass balls for your Christmas tree and visit Hampshire Pewter instead. Hampshire Pewter is the only pewter company around that hand-casts each piece, from cups to lamps, one at a time using their special Queen's Metal pewter. Their renowned Christmas ornaments - which have decked the halls of the White House - are made with the same care and attention to exquisite detail. Stop in for a free weekday tour to see (or purchase) the gorgeous ornaments that depict everything from New Hampshire scenes to the Nativity. The truly dedicated can collect all 17 ornaments in the Covered Bridge Set or the limited edition Twelve Days of Christmas Bells Collection.

Hampshire Pewter
9 Railroad Ave. Wolfeboro
(603) 569-4944


Cute Christmas – Analee

Visit the Analee store in Meredith to browse shelves and shelves of these impish dolls, based on designs made famous by local artist Annalee Thorndyke. Though it's always Christmas time here, there's nothing quite like going in December for an extra strong dose of holiday cheer.

Analee
71 Rte. 104
Meredith, NH
(800) 433-6557


One-Stop-Shop – The Christmas Loft

You could deck your house in Christmas trappings from the rafters to the stoking stuffers in a one-stop-shopping trip to the Christmas Loft in North Woodstock or North Conway. Anything you can think of - advent calendars, stockings, toys, figurines, lights, wreaths, linens, mistletoe, electric candles, bath accessories, collectable items - can all be found here.

The Christmas Loft
Route 16
North Conway
(603) 356-5253

259 Main Street
Woodstock
(603) 745-2444


New England Christmas Décor – The Bayberry Barn Christmas Shop

The Bayberry Barn Christmas Shop is a cozy family-owned store located in the heart of the Lake Sunapee region. You'll go for the great home décor - including Department 56 Villages, Jim Shore Figurines, ornaments, garlands and much more - and end up coming home with something from their own line of gourmet foods. And, as their name suggests, they also offer traditional (and genuine) bayberry candles made from bayberry shrub berries.

Bayberry Barn Christmas Shop
1612 Route 114
North Sutton, NH 03260
603-927-4120


Décor Wonderland – The Christmas Dove

Prepare for Christmas overload at the Christmas Dove in Barrington. Founded back in 1973 with the purpose of creating a fun and beautiful place to shop, the store now features two stories and over 30 gorgeously decorated rooms. As you shop you'll wander your way past hundreds of Christmas trees, wreaths and displays aimed to inspire your own decorating adventures. You'll also find toys, top of the line Christmas ornaments, traditional favorites and much more.

The Christmas Dove
Barrington11 Christmas Lane
Between Route 125 and Mallego Road
(603) 664-7712


Figurines Galore – The Jingles Christnas Shop

The Jingles Christmas Shop is packed with figurines (Byers Choice Carolers, Kindles, Department 56 Villages, Fontanini Nativity, Annelee Dolls, hundreds of Santas and more) plus ornaments, tree trimmings and a multi-dealer group antique shop if you're looking to get the feel of an old-fashioned New England Christmas.

Jingles Christmas Shop
1024 Rt. 12
Westmoreland

(603) 399-4972 - Jingles Christmas Shop
(603) 399-7039 - The Antique Shops

 

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