With Christmas quickly approaching, it’s time to put up your Christmas trees and get into the holiday spirit. If you’re stuck on how to decorate your tree this year or if you’re looking for a way to switch up your tree decor then look no further.
We’ve come up with a list of the 8 best ways to decorate your Christmas tree this year so your tree can look and feel like what Christmas means to you.
Spread Christmas cheer with a classic Christmas tree. Play up Christmas’ red and green colours and go-to snowman, candy cane and reindeer ornaments. Your tree will be the epitome of Christmas spirit.
A Frosty Winter Wonderland
Winter’s white, frosty snow reminds us some much of Christmas. Decorate your tree with white, silver and sparkly ornaments and lights for a frosty winter wonderland decorated tree.
The Fashionista’s Tree
If you love all things glam then think about styling your Christmas to match your fashion taste. Your tree will be making a fashion statement all Christmas long.
Give your home a cozy, warm feel with a rustic farmhouse themed tree. From wooden and country-inspired ornaments to red and white bows and pinecones, a rustic farmhouse tree will make you feel the warmth that Christmas brings.
The Golden Glow
Make your home shine with a gold themed Christmas tree. Gold, brass and copper ornaments will make your tree have a glamorous but warm and welcoming feel.
When we think of Christmas we often think of green and red but a black and white decorated tree can make an elegant and chic Christmas statement.
An Out-of-the-Box Christmas
Show your unique, fun side with an out-of-the-box Christmas tree. From coloured trees to oversized ornaments there are a lot of ways to play up your tree and make it one-of-a-kind.
Whether you’re a dog lover or a beach babe, you can make your tree match your personality. Decorate your tree with themed ornaments and colours matching the things you love most.
Your tree can make as big of a statement as your home décor. Style your tree in a way that best represents your style, personality and/or what Christmas means to you.
Alison Gordon Studio
By: Karolina Jalowska