Ornaments, blow mold figures and ceramic trees are popular.

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(WBIR-Knoxville) Santa Claus is coming to town in two weeks. In some instances, the jolly man never left after being stored in attic spaces. If you didn't save your Christmas decorations from decades past, you may be sorry.

Over the past few years, vintage holiday decor has grown in popularity. Nostalgia, located on Homberg Drive in Bearden, devoted two front rooms to ceramic Christmas trees, vintage Santas and blow mold figurines this holiday season.

"Whether you really see it, it has that much family togetherness, love and care that it has lived through. You can't fake it. You can't really recreate it," said Nostalgia owner Amie Swanson.

WBIR Live at Five at Four's Stoney Sharp tours Nostalgia's Bearden market.

Swanson recently opened a second Nostalgia location which has a Christmas open house Saturday, December 14 from 6 to 9 p.m. Learn about the Old City location through the website.