It's a bit soon, but it's a nice atmosphere and beautiful illustration, although it would be uncomplete in our culture!
In Italy we would in fact have also (and more centrally and traditionally) a Xmas crib (manger scene, landscapes with little statues, some little working fountain etc. and the three Wise Man arriving on the 6th of January to the grotto to adore Jesus and give their gifts).
In view of the 6th of January (last Xmas holiday), there would be also a big sock hanging for further gifts and candies for good boys from the Befana (an old, ugly, good witch); the bad ones would only get coal. This is most likely an ancient mix between another celtic tradition (as it is for the Xmas tree and Santa Klaus) and the chistianity.
Panta rei (everything flows)!