Christmas trees really warm my heart, so I have put together over 30 amazing Christmas tree decorating ideas and I hope they inspire you to create something wonderful this year.
When I walk into my friend’s home this time of year I am immediately drawn to their Christmas Tree. The Christmas tree is the one thing that pretty much everyone who celebrates Christmas has and it’s such fun to see how people decorate them. I love looking at the color scheme or the children’s ornaments.
Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas
I think the reason I love Christmas trees and seeing how others decorate them is because anything goes! You can do anything when decorating a tree. You can use any color scheme, any tree topper, ribbon, pearls, anything!!!! And let me tell you, I have some really cool trees to share with you.
One decorating trend that is really coming back in style is flocking. That is basically making a tree look like it’s covered in snow. I don’t know why this ever went out of style, I mean, who doesn’t like looking at a pine tree covered in snow?
Another trend that I am loving is not having only one tree but 2 or more!!! Yes, I hear you, mind blown! 🤗 I know my mind was blown! I am trying to think of reasons to tell my husband why we need more than one tree now.
Traditional Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas
Now just because I call these traditional doesn’t mean they are boring. These trees are stunning and they are all different which makes them all special. Without further ado, let’s get started loving on these gorgeous trees!
I love the simplicity of this tree and the way she uses different colored balls, not exactly traditional Christmas colors but it works perfectly!
I love starfish so this tree spoke to me at first glance. And the burlap ribbon with the red accents is just perfect!
This reminds me of old movies when you see a Christmas tree with real candles. Obviously, these aren’t real but I think that it’s done so well and really creates a nice memory.
This tree is pretty and very rustic. I love the big poinsettias and the pinecones together.
This Christmas tree is a little more transitional in color but what a neat idea to use a banner as the garland! That’s so neat!
Red, white, plaid, and buffalo check are staples in Christmas decorating anymore. This tree and the packages are covering all those bases.
This one reminds me of the one my Mother in Law always does. She has a thing for snowmen and there are a lot of snowmen on this one! I love the feeling of home you get in this photo too. Like being there is like being home.
Kelley is one of my favorite bloggers. Her tree is gorgeous! I love the colors she has used and the way she decorates the tree with ribbon is amazing.
Gold and turquoise, perfect colors for a Christmas tree. Kind of reminds me of the beach!
This is the tree I always had growing up. With red and gold, lots of ornaments. This brings back memories.
What color green would you call this? I don’t really know but I love it with gold and white. The secret to using non-traditional Christmas colors is to do it up. She uses a lot of the green color throughout the tree but also in the throw blanket on the couch. I know that green is a traditional color but not this shade, but I love it!
Simple and beautiful! Lauren does it well in her family room. The tree, the mantel and I just love those stockings!
The red and black plaid on the tree is mimicked in the other decor which is such a good idea! Bringing a theme throughout your holiday decor is a smart way to bring everything together.
Flocked Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas
Remember earlier when I mentioned flocking, she does this perfectly! I also love all the neutral decor. She let the tree be the showstopper and the rest of the room is neutral but with a ton of texture. LOVE THIS!
Hello flocking! This tree looks like it was sitting outside on Christmas eve! It looks absolutely gorgeous and with the gray bulbs and silver ornaments, I could take this one home for sure!
I love the ribbon on this tree, and she carried it over to the gifts underneath. What a clever idea! The addition of sheets of music is really neat too.
Another beautifully flocked Christmas tree but this time with gold accents in the ornaments. I also love how she carried the theme over to the mantel.
This tree really speaks to me. I love the flocking and the red and white accents. This is one I would want in my home. I am definitely taking some ideas Kelly used here and incorporating them in my tree this year!
When I see this tree the first thing that comes to mind is elegance. This tree is elegantly decorated. I think the gold and pink with the flocked tree are gorgeous!
As far as flocking goes, this Christmas tree is the best! I have never flocked a tree before but I know if I did it wouldn’t look this good! She is a professional. And the added pops of color against the white are amazing.
Red and white ticking ribbon, we haven’t seen that before but I believe we will be seeing more of it! I love it.
Another beautifully flocked tree with really pretty snowflakes on it. I am not ready for snow but on this tree it’s perfect!
I am loving the pop of color on this tree. It really draws your eye!
Two things I love about this tree, the tree topper is amazing and I bet it was a DIY, could be something you can do. And I love how many balls are used on this tree. It’s packed but in a reaaallly good way!
If you aren’t familiar with Summer Adams then you should know she loves pink! So it only fits that she would have a pink-themed Christmas tree. It’s absolutely stunning!
Rooms with Multiple Trees or Unique Trees
This is the tree of my daughter’s dreams! One, it’s white and two, look at the amazing colors she has used! I feel like it’s just so vibrant and fun!
Okay, hello! Two trees! I actually think she has another on the other side of the fireplace. this is so cool! Multiple trees in one room is definitely a trend I don’t see going away any time soon!
This Christmas tree takes the award for the best tree topper! The owl and the beautiful backdrop for the owl are perfect!
This woodland creation is lovely! I love all the owls tucked into the branches. And the red plaid ribbon gives the added color it needs.
This is a child’s dream! It kind of reminds me of Willy Wonka where anything goes. Lots of pattern and texture. I love how it sits right near the kitchen too!
Haha! Two trees again, I love it. My favorite thing here is the symmetry. And the gorgeous stockings hanging from the table in between the trees.
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I hope you enjoyed looking at these beautiful photos and am super thankful for all the wonderful ladies who allowed me to share them with you! Pin it for later so you don’t forget anything! ⬇⬇