This year, it’s time to replace the old boring Christmas tree decorations you use every year.
Let these incredibly chic 23 Christmas trees inspire you — whether you want understated, rustic, glam, cheerful, there is a unique Christmas tree decor for you on this list.
1.Country Style Christmas Tree in the Suburbs
There is a bunch of artificial cranberries tucked enfolded in the tree. It’s a nice joyful touch, isn’t it?
2. All-White Tree
You know what, why don’t you skip the tree full of shiny colorful ornaments and go for a simple frosted white tree with a garland and silver figures instead?
It is one of the most elegant and dazzling Christmas tree ideas I’ve seen so far!
3. Add Some Purple
The red-green theme for Christmas? Again?!
Not even close to avant-garde. Switch it up with purple garlands and ornaments this year. It will surely grab everyone’s attention to your festive dinner party.
4. Frosted Tree with Pink Accents
This white frosted Christmas tree has tons of mix possibilities.
For instance, you can display some baby pink or rose gold ornaments (as shown in the picture above) for a girly innocent vibe.
Also, what do you think about the figures displayed around the tree? Cute, eh?
5. Blue Christmas Tree
Here is another super cool idea on how to decorate a Christmas tree that catches everyone’s eyes.
Instead of decorating the festive tree in the traditional red-green palette, try mixing in pops of turquoise for a glacial effect.
6. Bring the Glow
When choosing Christmas tree ideas, never be ashamed of going for all glitter to make a strong statement.
All these golden and silver ornaments make the tree look very sparkly and stunning. No doubt everyone likes them! 🙂
7. Floral Christmas Tree Decor
To re-create this incredibly stunning vintage style pink and gold Christmas tree, you will need to pick up some faux floral elements.
They are combining so well with the frosted branches and create something elegant and very sophisticated.
8. Switch Up the Tree Topper
The tree topper is probably the first thing you see when entering a room around Christmas time.
This year, instead of using the good old-fashion Star tree topper, why don’t you go for something more unusual and cheerful… let’s say – a deer head made of vine twigs? 🙂
9. Icy Blue and Gold Christmas Tree
This all-white Christmas tree decorated with navy blue and gold ball ornaments is one of my favorite holiday decoration themes ever.
The blue color gives an icy touch while the gold adds more glamour. And how doesn’t love glamour?
10. Farmhouse Festive Tree Decoration Idea
Here is a joyful Christmas tree decorated in red and white. The decoration looks very traditional and organic and yet elegant.
Keep it simple and add a few sprigs of red berries and a bunch of pinecones from the nearest park.
11. Mint and Lime Christmas Tree Ornaments
When there is loads of greenery around, hues of lime and mint feel like a breath of fresh air compared to the traditional red and blue Christmas colors.
However, some of you might think it’s a bold decision, skip the shimmering Star Christmas tree topper for a more organic look.
12. Have Yourself A JOYful Little Christmas
I am a big fan of the small Christmas trees that are well-customized to show the family’s taste and spirit.
For instance, when you’re done with the decoration, why don’t you hang a banner JOY on your tree to spread the joy and love.
13. Rainbow Christmas Tree Decor
If you want to make a strong statement and catch your guests’ eyes, do not just settle on one color scheme — you’ve got the whole rainbow to work with.
It is so cheerful and extraordinary without losing the traditional feel. I love it!
14. Black Christmas Tree with Golden Ornaments
This large black festive tree has it all – elegance, texture, and glam thanks to the golden ornaments.
The best thing is that this tree turns into the living room centerpiece itself. Tastefully adding some shimmering elements and understated lights would just reinforce its glam.
15. Muted Colors for a Chic Christmas Tree Decor
For an understated tree that’s still fiercely elegant, use muted colors to complement your faux frosted evergreen.
Besides, it is a cool idea to display the Christmas tree close to the windows because the natural light will make the ornaments look more glowing and festive.
16. Red Floral Holiday Decor
A floral Christmas tree is an unexpected but captivating spin on traditional winter decor, especially if your walls are painted in pale colors.
Stick to the traditions and blend in faux red gardenias right in the evergreens.
17. Rustic Style Christmas Tree Decor
Go for sophisticated rustic with this insanely chic Christmas tree, which features muted white, purple and blue ball ornaments delicate ivory ribbon, and string lights.
The Christmas tree decor ideally fits with the wrapping of the presents around.
18. Farmhouse Decoration for a Holiday Tree
The first time I saw this project for a Christmas tree decor, I thought it’s a hot mess. However, I kept staring at it and started seeing how amazingly joyful and fun it is.
It is a cute combination of different colors, shapes, wooden signs, materials, and I simply adore it!
19. Cheerful Santa Christmas Tree
From all the Christmas tree ideas I’ve found on the internet, this one is my kids’ favorite one!
It is basically a fun transformation of the tree into Santa Claus. Instead of the good old Star tree topper, put a hat this time. Instead of shimmering garland, put the Santa’s belt (you can find in every dollar store).
Stick to the red-green theme and voila! 🙂
20. Dreamy Christmas Tree Decor Idea
In case you suffer from an insignificant obsession with bunting banners, this Christmas tree decor might be your game! These ones are made of black cardstock and White vinyl letters (chalk paint optional).
Hang the trio symmetrically on your tree to spread the joy and peace. 😉
21. Traditions Always Win
It doesn’t get more timeless than a Christmas tree trimmed with a mid-sized star topper, a bunch of candy canes, and loads of classic red and white ornaments.
My point is, give the classic decoration ideas a credit! See how chic and Christmassy this tree looks! 😉
22. Understated Christmas Tree
Sometimes simple—like this (almost) naked Christmas tree—works best, especially if you’re planning to feature a tree in a spacious living rooms space with tons of other showy holiday decorations.
However, I’d recommend adding a small Christmas tree topper in some muted color for a finishing touch.
23. Warm Blues
While some snowy decorations can feel a bit too cold or severe, this enormous Christmas tree decor in warm blue feels welcoming and brings some additional warmth to the room thanks to its muted tones and vintage ball ornaments.
It’s surely the focal point of this spacious living room.
No matter if you decide to give your Christmas tree some rustic flair, a modernistic gold look, or just decide to stick to the red-green traditions, make sure you find a way to express your personal style and taste.
Hopefully, my 23 Christmas tree ideas will help you get the right amount of inspiration! 🙂