Classic Green And Red
This is a classic for a reason. It never goes out of style, and you will dive into the Christmas spirit. You can create a simple, chic atmosphere or go over the top and create a rich-looking tree with lots of garlands and shiny ribbons. Adding gold ornaments will make the red color pop even more.
So for my Traditionalists out there, red and green are an iconic Christmas pairing and a good go-to color scheme for your Christmas tree.
Another classic Christmas trend that seems to not be going anywhere this year is the frosted wintery look. The stylish Christmas tree trend features a frosted color palette and high-shine metallics bringing together a classic winter look.
For those who are lovers of a magical, snow-covered Christmas and plenty of sparkle this should be your go-to and the beauty of this look is that it’s easy to create at home.
Capture the essence of a merry Christmas with a rainbow of happy hues. Pull off this vibrant trend with a colorful Christmas tree made for maximalists, or dress your tree with multicolored Christmas lights and a collection of all your favorite trimmings. Don’t hold back, add every colorful bauble to your tree to have a real impact, and don’t forget plenty of fairy lights to let the colors shine!'
Adding playful energy to your best Christmas decorations and making the festive season extra merry, it’s hard not to smile when you see this tree.
Who said Christmas trees have to be green? As with the last trend, we're seeing brands push the boundaries further away from traditional green trees to create something that is far more fitting for many people's homes.
A full pampas tree will definitely have your guests stopping to look, or simply pushing individual pampas stems into a dense soft blush tree you can achieve the same dramatic look of the pampas trees but without the need for a degree in floristry! This is an understated and elegant look and is definitely for those looking for an ethereal boho Christmas tree look.
If you're a fan of the botanical look, then dressing your tree with florals might be right up your street. There is no hard and fast rule that you have to hang baubles on your tree at all, but you could instead inject sprays of faux florals into it, to create a show-stopping centerpiece in your living room. This is a more romantic Christmas look for those who love everything floral.