Do you decorate your Christmas tree the same way every year, or do you switch it up each holiday season. When I was growing up our Christmas decor was always the same from year to year, but now that I’m a grown up, I like to change mine every year. I always love finding new holiday decorating ideas and I wanted to share with you some of the best Christmas tree decorating ideas for you that you from classic to farmhouse that you can incorporate into your decorating now or pin the idea for next year!
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I am going to start with Kelly’s tree from Lily Pad cottage. I love how bright and festive her tree looks! The red and white color scheme has a scandi feel with the painted quilt square over the fireplace mantel and and mini-skis lend a wintery and cozy. The foraged sticks from the yard are an awesome, and free way to give your Christmas tree interest mixed with the faux sprigs of berries.
Just Destiny Mag’s tree iswas very non-traditional but classic with the buffalo check ball garland, and the black and white theme and burlap ribbon. The galvanized bucket tub a a tree skirt lends a nice, rustic touch. It begs Santa to leave some gifts under the tree.
Kindred Vintage’s simple beauty is an inspiration. There is a sense of charm with the gold lettering words wrapped around the tree and small gold ornaments paired with the silver tinsel garland has a nice vintage touch.
This glowing gold Christmas tree by French Country Cottage makes the entire room spectacular. With the leaning mirror, the silver baubles glow. The faux fur tree skirt make sit feel luxurious. No more decoration is needed!
Ella Claire’s Frosty and natural Christmas tree feels so elegant with the stripped ribbon tucked in among the branches. It adds texture to the white tree and a pretty neutral with the white couch in her living room.
With a naturalistic, sparkly look, mercury glass ornaments and white snowballs cover the faux fir tree from Balsam Hill. Tucked in the branches are extra faux pine branches which bring in some frostiness with the white ornaments. The gold mercury glass balls and pinecones add some glitter and sparkle to the tree.
Kelly Elko’s Christmas tree has a fun vintage feel using on her tree using vintage marquee letters that spell out JOY as a great focal point. And did you see her mantel? You have to check it out. I love the non-traditional use of sheet music as tree decorations tucked between the branches.
Jeanne Oliver has a real tree in her studio, and she makes the real pine branches shine with the simple decor with large globe lights. Grain sacks used as a tree skirt is perfect for simple holiday cheer.
Golden Sycamore has the perfect blend for a festive tree with a red and white bow for a tree topper! The red ornaments and wide, knit garland are cozy. A wood box with a red and black check buffalo check tree “skirt” tucked inside is warm and rustic.
And I adore everything Craftberry Bush does. This natural tree just sings with nature layered on a frosty white Christmas tree. The red cardinals and bird houses are perfect accents with pops of color!
Metallic and gold trees are also a fun, non-tradiional way to decorate. This white metallic tree surrounded by gold accents and a pink chair scream all kinds of glam for the holiday season. No ornaments needed!
And to make fun boho Christmas tree look, it features fun ,handmade ornaments tied with bright, velvet pink and aqua ribbons and a wood bead garland.
I hope you found some Amazing Christmas tree decorating ideas and have been inspired for your own!