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There's no denying that the right Christmas tree can set the tone for your holiday festivities. Rather than rely on the same ornaments, garland, tree topper and tree skirt this year, get a little more creative. Show off your unique decorating style and get in the true spirit of the holiday season with a standout tree that boasts something a bit more unexpected, regardless of whether you opt for a real or artificial tree. These different types of Christmas tree decorating ideas feature a slew of colors, sizes and shapes, so you're sure to find the right style for you.
Here, we're sharing 10 elegant and artistic Christmas tree ideas, showcasing beautiful holiday decorations that are guaranteed to impress your loved ones and make your celebration the best one yet. Scroll through these Christmas tree images before you start decorating.
In years past, decorator Richard Keith Langham has hosted his usual holiday dinner for eight at his Manhattan design studio and showroom. He sets the table under an iron-wreath chandelier on axis with a 20-foot-tall Christmas tree trimmed with silver tinsel, red ribbon, and tons and tons of globe ornaments. It doesn't get any merrier than this!
We love the delicate, sparkly Starburst Spikes Tree Topper, a different version of the classic tree star. It’s finished in champagne gold and wrapped with 70 Christmas lights — 35 fixed and 35 twinkling — for extra glittery glow. A clear clamp ensures a secure fit. Clip, plug in and glow!
Commission a one-of-a-kind tree ornament with this custom hand painted family portrait ornament. The artist uses a family photograph to paint your family’s likeness (people or pets!) on a round wood slice. It’s sure to become one of your most treasured Christmas heirlooms. Use your tree as an excuse to show off family photos! You can turn them into polaroid-style snaps or design them to look like tags with festive string attached.
This gradient rainbow tree is anything but drab. Stray away from classic red and green accents and incorporate the entire rainbow. Start with pink and red on the bottom and end with glowing gold ornaments on top near the star.
Take a snow-flocked white Christmas tree to the next level with white butterflies and metallic ball ornaments. Skip the tree full of ornaments and opt for a simple frosted white tree with a garland instead. You'll have your Christmas decorating done in seconds with this one!
Permission to take a break from red and green. When you're sick of the solely red and green accents, use gold faux berries as garland like on this tree. You can never go wrong with gold on gold on gold. It's shiny, chic, and can't be beat. Surround it with presents drenched in shiny, white wrapping paper, and you'll have yourself a gorgeous setup.
You'll instantly feel more (holly) jolly once you place multi-colored pom-poms in your artificial tree. Who needs ornaments anyway?! These pom pom ornaments will make any tree look like it came straight out of Whoville. Make it multi-color or stick with one color throughout.
Dress this pint-size version with just as much garland, ribbon, and ornaments as you'd like. Do up a mini tree traditional style. Top with a star and hang colorful ball ornaments on each branch. It will practically look like the whole tree is made of ornaments!
Designer Tammy Connor decked the halls of her Birmingham, Alabama, atelier for a festive party, complete with treats and chic holiday decorations. A bright tree, magnolia-leaf garland, and boxwoods greet guests at the entrance of the pied-à-terre.
To keep the focus on the rustic charm and original woodwork of his 19th-century farmhouse in New York, designer Shawn Henderson kept holiday decorating to a minimum by dressing up his delicate tree with dried citrus and simple glass bulbs. The clean lines of vintage Scandinavian furniture and abstract photography by Andrew Sovjani stay within Henderson’s minimalist theme. A pillow in a Fortuny print tops the vintage wing chair is covered in a Rogers & Goffigon fabric. The walls are in a Fine Paints of Europe white.
|Funfact: The origin of Christmas Tree |
Long before the advent of Christianity, plants and trees that remained green all year had a special meaning for people in the winter. Just as people today decorate their homes during the festive season with pine, spruce, and fir trees, ancient peoples hung evergreen boughs over their doors and windows. In many countries it was believed that evergreens would keep away witches, ghosts, evil spirits, and illness.
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