Decorating the Christmas tree is a fun tradition many look forward to each year. If you haven’t chosen a theme yet, let these Christmas tree decorating ideas serve as inspiration for your own stunning design.
Michael of Inspired by Charm created a red-themed tree with playful details. He used patterned ribbons, candy canes, and miniature ornaments that suit the color scheme.
Nikki of At Home With Nikki went for a classic Christmas look with a red-and-white palette. Bright red balls and berry picks made for eye-catching accents on the frosted tree.
Angela of Angela’s Cozy Home added cheer to her red-and-white theme with a candy cane ribbon.
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Natalie of My Vintage Porch chose a champagne-gold tree as her canvas. She dressed it with antiqued snowflakes and ornaments for an elegant look.
Harriet of Home of Haz decorated her tree with balls, finials, and beaded garland for a timeless look. Her snow-white tree skirt completes the theme.
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Mellonie of The Mellionaire House decorated with gilded ribbons, pearl garlands, and glass ornaments to channel old-world sophistication. She kept the look fresh with magnolia flower picks.
Caroline of Blush Avocado went with a burgundy-and-gold theme for her Christmas tree. Hand-painted glass ornaments and trinkets collected from her travels added charm to her display.
Joanna of She the Spy used two flocked trees—one with a full profile and another with a sparse design. She mixed soft gold ornaments with playful animals for a touch of whimsy.
Kierste of Old Salt Farm kept it simple with a frosted tree. She hung snowflakes and ornaments in white and silver to complete the winter theme.
Erin of My Texas House chose an all-white tree for her winter wonderland theme. Intricate ornaments in soft metals created an enchanting effect, especially with the lights switched on.
Courtney of French Country Cottage drew inspiration from snowy mountains in decorating her frosted tree. She added snowflakes, icicles, frosted picks, and rhinestone beads for a romantic ambience.
Layla Palmer of The Lettered Cottage went for a cozy look that reminded her of a winter cabin. She combined themed ornaments including mini skis, cottage cloches, and white pom-poms.
Jenny Reimold went for a subtle winter cabin theme to suit her sparse trees. White and ivory decorations complemented the soft green foliage, while wooden gift boxes added texture to her display.
Pati of Style Squeeze chose a rustic, handmade look for her tabletop Christmas tree. She placed it in a red tin pail for a pop of color and decorated it with antiqued metal, wood, and ceramic ornaments.
Rani of La Maison Jolie chose an alpine cottage theme for her Christmas tree. She used wooden ornaments, a cutout ribbon, and an angel topper to add interesting details.
In another design, Michael hung forest animals such as pheasants, owls, and porcupines on his tree. Turquoise Christmas balls brought pops of color for an eye-catching look.
Whitney and Ashley of Shanty 2 Chic both chose woodland themes this year. Whitney used pinecones, acorns, willow balls, and a wooden barrel tree collar for a rustic feel. Meanwhile, Ashley went for the country charm of a plaid ribbon and a woven tree collar.
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Lacey and Kim of Styled with Lace wanted a look that’s soft and romantic with a bit of glamour. They dressed their tree in earthy tones and intricate ribbons.
Yvonne of Villa Koenig went with a minimalist red-and-white theme to complement the sparse look of her tree.
Leslie of My 100 Year Old Home used two frosted trees with sparse branches to frame her fireplace. She kept the look simple with minimal decorations.
Emily Beatrice of A Slummy Mummy wanted a look that was bold, modern, and colorful. The tree’s white backdrop highlighted the cheery pink, blue, and green accents.
Kyree Harvey of Miss Kyree Loves chose nature-inspired ornaments for her heavily-decorated tree. Butterflies, birds, floral picks, and glass ornaments filled her tree for more impact.
Hannah of We Lived Happily Ever After transformed her wardrobe into a cozy reading nook. The tree’s sparse branches drew attention to the magical creature-inspired ornaments.
Emily of Loved by Emily used a mix of ornaments inspired by The Nutcracker. She also added personalized ornaments to give her tree a unique touch.