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While it's true that Kwanzaa has gained mainstream popularity in the past few years, the week-long celebration is still far less commercialized and celebrated than other winter holidays like Christmas and Hanukkah. Created to celebrate African and African American culture, Kwanzaa takes place every year from December 26 to January 1, and while Kwanzaa decorations aren't as easy to come by as other "mainstream holiday" decor, a few pieces of Kwanzaa-themed decor can certainly liven up your home. From wreaths to table runners to throw pillows, we've rounded up all the best Kwanzaa decorations to buy this year.
Maybe you plan on hosting a Karamu Ya Imani (or Feast of Faith) at your house on December 31 and want to wow your guests with a gorgeously-decorated home. Perhaps you simply want to add a little extra festivity to your space leading up to the holidays. Or maybe you simply want to make lighting the kinara even more special this year. Whatever the case, these beautiful Kwanzaa decoration ideas will help you honor your African-American heritage in style this holiday season, and we've even included a few pieces that you can keep out all year 'round.
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