What will your Christmas tree look like this year? If you change clothing or decor styles regularly - or if you put up multiple Christmas trees - you may be seeking some Christmas tree design inspiration. You could choose a color theme, like Winter Blues or silver and gold, or you might prefer a style that reflects your decor, whether it’s farmhouse design, mid-century modern or something in between.
Luckily, there are Christmas decorations for every taste, with a range of styles to satisfy even the most eclectic decorator.
We’re highlighting three holiday decor and Christmas tree themes as inspiration for your Christmas 2022 decorating endeavors. Let’s take a closer look:
Mid Century Modern Christmas
What goes around, comes around. Such is the case with the clean lines and bright colors defining mid century modern decor. Pop art and the space age helped define the mid century modern aesthetic and lent it a “sky’s the limit” attitude that seems both quaint and irresistible today.
If you’d rather stay more grounded, give your mid century modern Christmas tree a test flight with a scattering of aqua, pink, silver and vintage style ornaments and decorations. Tie the look together with vintage Christmas lights and silver tinsel garland!
Snow at Christmas
Christmas snow is the best kind of snow, but it doesn’t always arrive on schedule. You can dream about a white Christmas - or you can create one for yourself!
Build the foundation for your snowy Christmas with a white or flocked Christmas tree, complemented by a frosted wreath and garland. Continue the winter wonderland theme with ornaments and decor in winter whites, icy blues, sparkling silver, crystal and reflective finishes. Top it with a crystal tree topper and wrap the base in a white sateen or fur-trimmed tree skirt.
Like a cozy blanket or a warm sweater, farmhouse decor wraps you in homey comfort. This popular design style is defined by a soft neutral palette, natural materials and a rustic, simple aesthetic.
Farmhouse Christmas decor also evokes a hint of the handmade. Rustic Christmas decorations may feature unfinished wood, twigs, fur and feathers.
A garland with berries, pinecones and natural materials adds a touch of farmhouse charm to mantels, banisters and all around the home. Farmhouse Christmas decorations may include fabric ornaments, rustic Santa figures, deer and other field and forest animals, snowflakes and Christmas gnomes. Add a burlap-wrapped, unlit potted Christmas tree to the porch or entryway for additional rustic farmhouse appeal.
Whether you just need a few new Christmas decorations or you’re ready for an entire Christmas remodel, let a fresh look enhance your Christmas cheer.