Updated: Aug 26, 2019
I've been searching high and low to bring you my top 7 inspiring Christmas tree designs to help get you into the spirit of things! We're normally a December 1st, Christmas-decorations-up kind of family, but this year we decided to get in to the swing of things a little earlier...more the cheerier I say! So if you need a bit of styling inspiration for this years Christmas Tree decor - look no further!
You cant go past this 'classic' traditional Christmas tree, it never ceases to fail with the magic and enchantment of what is to come. Achieve this look with a full, tall leafy tree and keep decorations to mainly red & gold with the odd hint of white. Key here however is lots and lots of warm, white fairy lights.
SWEET & ROMANTIC
This gorgeous ornate design reminds me that Christmas can be full of romance and mystery! Pink champagne and fluffy white Pomeranian's, how fun! Get the look by incorporating tones of pinkish copper and warm blush. Use soft decorations with a textural feel such as feathers, ribbons, white faux fur garlands and accents of white baubles finishing the look off with preferably a white or snow tipped Christmas tree.
Bright, fresh and happy springs to mind when I look at what I would call this Whimsical Christmas tree. In keeping with the colour scheme of orange, green and red it has a retro vintage feel perfect for a home set in that era and channeling those vibes. Get crafty with paper decorations and some easy DIY strung garlands and you too can bring this look together in your home.
GOLDEN & BRIGHT
If glamour is your M.O., then this is the tree for you! I love how over the top this is and what a statement it makes in its contemporary environment. Grab some gold tinsel and start playing, this too has that retro feel but in a disco-metallic kind of way. Pure gold!
Simplicity never looked so good. This is the perfect option for someone looking for a real minimalist feel or in need of a long lasting easy care quick fix for the beach house. Paired so well with the little wooden decorations - this is something you could whip up yourself, without too much trouble. I would imagine that it would also pack away nice and neatly so no need to worry if storage space is at a premium.
A truly paired back Nordic style that exudes elegance and sophistication. Tips to implementing this Christmas decor style include: keeping the colour pallet to 2-3 main hues (in this case: red, green and black). Using red sparingly to accent and add interest while tying the look together with black, white and wooden elements and swap out bright, colourful flashing lights, for warm white LED's. The key to this look is restraint.
Like a beautiful bouquet - this Christmas tree is transformed into a major giant moment, a piece of art to be observed; you will have heads turning with this arrangement. If you're not one to shy away from a challenge here are a few tips to creating this look... 1. head to your local supplier of faux silk flowers with a colour pallet of 3-4 colours in mind. 2. purchase as many flowers in your chosen colour scheme, changing up the floral designs to create interest, appeal, and wow-factor!