Set your trees in the middle of the celebration to ensure everyone can be part of the festivities and let the room you pick determine the decor. In this case, a glass finial topper is in harmony with the chandelier made of crystal as well as the glassware on the table, and the tree’s rich hue echoes the cold blue buffet that is in the corner.
Think about different Tree Styles
Display your most loved decorations on the spruce that has plenty of space between its branches, allowing ornaments to be the centre of attention. The addition of light layers of fake snow enhances the room’s natural appearance.
Make it a crafty
The cost of ornaments you buy doesn’t necessarily mean you have to sacrifice style, and it’s fun to perform something a bit DIY for the holidays. Create your own unique top-of-the-liner for your tree by covering Kraft newspaper with gold leaves. Combine handmade holly ornaments and glitter ornaments.
Be True to Your Personal Style
Decorate your tree with trinkets that reflect the design of your house. If you want to create a coastal-inspired room put monograms with embellished monograms of seashells and starfish around the tree. Utilizing a mixture of coral and blue wrapping papers, you can create an ocean-inspired vibe.
Mixing Old and New
A mixture of pink vintage ornaments of various sizes and doves from the store that can be purchased creates an ethereal feeling. In contrast to the traditional angel or star the over-the-top bow compliments the colour scheme of teal and pink beautifully.
Decorate with memories
Display your most memorable memories of Christmas by using mini clothespins to tie photos from your past onto the branches of your small perennial plants. To ensure that the photos are unified choose pins that have an all-black finish. Small black tags with handwritten messages or quotes can add more to the memories. Watch the video to learn additional tips on how to customise your Christmas tree.
Remember Less Can Be More
Let the beauty of a fir shine through with simple and timeless decorations, such as glittering Christmas lights and gold, glass, and silver baubles. No topper is required.
Ornaments don’t need to be matched perfectly in order to look stunning. Bold, bright, and vibrant baubles of various shapes and sizes can work together when you are following an overall theme, such as the use of vibrant colours. A simple garland and a topper will keep the tree from appearing cluttered.
Make It Monochromatic
Do you prefer only one shade? Try the monochromatic Christmas tree. Monochromatic Christmas tree designs can create a stunning effect with their form and texture. Make sure you vary the size of your ornaments and mix matte and shiny finishes to get the greatest impact.
Try this trick so that many homeowners don’t use oversized ornaments. The huge silver stars and balls make an enormous impact and you’ll need fewer many (about twelve for a typical-sized tree) than you would with ordinary-sized ornaments. Plus, the overall effect is spectacular.
Customize the look of your Christmas tree by adding names of family members and friends on chalkboard labels and then pressing them onto painted ornaments. The bold black colour works perfectly with metallic golds and sparkling whites for Fern Plants with a look of a fashion-forward design.
Think Fancy Forest
Broken-resistant ball ornaments and soft feathered companions and ribbons that remind you of Birch bark make for a beautiful tree that happens to be suitable for children. The idea of keeping the colours of ornaments and trimmings neutral gives an elegant appearance that’s in the busiest area of the home.
Variate the Size
Ornaments with a single colour and style are given an attractive look by altering their size (small-medium, large or large) and selecting the unique matte-lustre finish rather than a glossy gloss. The slim ribbon garlands are woven horizontally across the tree and dozens of glass icicles create vertical elements.
Factors in Flowers
Silk flowers are a wonderful option for adding a more delicate appearance to your tree. Select large blooms or sprinkle them with smaller flowers tucked into branches. Try wiring a silk bloom to a few fake leaves or wheat, to create unexpected designer flair.
Decorate using Mini Trees
Small, festive accents around the home can give an atmosphere of festive happiness. Set a sapling (or branches that have been cut from the bottom of your Christmas tree) in an old vase, and fill it with water when needed to create a simple, elegant Christmas.