Sure, you could buy your Christmas decorations at the store and spend a lot of money — but if you want a more natural look this year, why not head outside?
As it gets colder outside and the air gets chilly, bringing the outdoors in can be a great way to get ready for the holidays and add a bit of festive cheer to your home.
Organic Christmas decorations evoke a minimalistic, hygge-friendly feel in any space—and the best part is, they can be a snap to DIY.
1. Brighten Your Home with a Festive LED Light Garland
A wonderful seasonal assortment of pinecones, white wooden stars and red berries entwined with wire battery-powered LED white lights.
Decorate a multitude of surfaces with this lovely light garland from mantlepieces to windowsills.
2. Bring Nature Indoors for Christmas Décor
Incorporating natural materials is a big part of Christmas decor. It keeps holiday decorations from feeling too traditional.
Live or artificial plants, like sprigs of holly or garlands of pine, freshen up the atmosphere anywhere in the home.
3. Big Wall Mirror? Decorate it with Natural Garland and Burlap
If you have a big wall mirror why not decorate it with natural garland and add some burlap as an accent.
4. Enhance Your Décor with Soft, Textured Whitewash Finish
In simple terms, whitewash is diluted white paint.
It creates a soft look while still showing some natural variations and textures of wood, brick, or in this case, pinecones.
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5. Enjoy Nature’s Soothing Embrace at the Table
There is nothing more soothing than bringing nature to the table and feel Earth.
via Lauren McBride
6. Upcycle Your Old Chair into a Rustic Christmas Centerpiece
Are you fed up of keeping an old broken chair in the garage?
I think it’s time to upcycle it and transform it into a stunning rustic Christmas centerpiece. All you need is some greenery from the near forest, pinecones, festive lights, and a Mason jar converted into a beautiful simple candle holder.
The result will leave you speechless, I promise! 😉
7. Create a Winter Wonderland with DIY Organic Glass Ornaments
If you want to keep your Christmas tree decor 100% organic, here is a lovely idea of how to make some cute DIY festive glass ornaments.
You will agree with me that decorating the tree with adornments that reflect the outdoors is a romantic way to create a winter wonderland.
8. Make a Statement with This Handmade Festive Tree
Speaking of exceptional nature Christmas decoration, this small handmade festive tree will be the real show-stopper at your upcoming dinner party!
I love the colors and the texture this decoration adds to the room. It’s a great way to serve your guests a healthy Christmas dessert.
9. Natural and Unique
This wooden box made of reclaimed wood and used as a Christmas candleholder gives this festive dinner table a strong rustic charm.
Take a look at the red ribbon and the arrangement of the greenery…how you would not like the natural handmade Christmas decorations made with so much attention to detail? 😀
10. Create a Cozy Christmas Tablescape with Candles and Birch
In case you are searching for some natural Christmas table decorations, you would notice that most of them have lots of candles. They bring additional warmth and coziness to the whole decor.
I hope you will like this DIY festive tablescape made of birch and a bunch of white dinner candles which you can also use for winter decoration long after the holidays are over.
11. Craft a Colorful Nature-Inspired Christmas Décor on a Budget
Creating an appealing nature-inspired Christmas decor doesn’t necessarily mean sending lots of time and money. And this simple festive colorful arrangement is proof. Be creative with the Christmas platters.
You can customize it by your own choice (just a hint – the red apples would fit well as ‘red’ is one of the classic Christmas colors). 😉
12. Get the Rustic Look for Your Farmhouse Christmas Décor
Here is a great idea for an outdoor nature-inspired farmhouse Christmas decoration you will be able to do for less than an hour.
I just love everything about it – the organic elegance; the combo of materials such as metal, wood, and glass. 🙂
It reminds me of the tiny chalet in the Swiss Alps I went skiing once when I was a child.
13. Add a Touch of Natural Beauty to Your Staircase
All you need to create this eye-catching nature-inspired Christmas decor for the staircase is some greens, dead branchlets, faux branches with red berries, and a ribbon.
Tip: In order to make the decor clean and simple, make the bouquets identical.
14. A Simple DIY Christmas Candle Holder Decoration
If you suffer from a constant lack of free time and prefer simple natural Christmas decorations, this easy DIY candleholder idea might be what you are looking for.
All you need is a simple tall glass, a regular block candle in red, and a bag of red berries to fill up the empty space. Then display and arrange with some cheerful Christmas ornaments. And voila! 😉
15. An Eco-Friendly Alternative to Traditional Christmas Trees
I decided to include this idea into my list of natural Christmas decorations because I am not a big fan of tree cutting.
It is easier to buy a small tree in a pot and decorate it with smaller festive ornaments.
After Christmas, you can either plant the tree out in the garden or grow it in a bigger container inside, moving it into a bigger pot annually until you reach the maximum size that can be moved cozily.
16. Create a Festive Centerpiece with Lanterns and Greenery
Lanterns are always making stunning centerpieces. Just add some simple block candles and a few greens and pinecones from the near forest.
Oh, don’t have fresh greens available? Then use faux pine branches, nobody will notice! 😉
17. Add a Touch of Realism to Your Decorations
This year, instead of decorating a large Christmas tree, why don’t you take a bunch of branches with no leaves, display them in a tall glass vase next to the window?
Just a hint – you can also buy a set of feather bird clip decorations that look more than real! 😉
Believe me, this would turn into one of your most loved nature-inspired Christmas tree decorations!
18. A Personalized and Stylish Natural Christmas Decoration
I am a big fan of the simple natural Christmas decorations that are very personalized.
This one, for instance, is very basic and stylish at the same time. Displaying handmade Christmas cards with wishes and positive quotes would make everyone smile.
Besides, I like the strong contrast between the shimmery Xmas ornaments and the organic look of the greenery.
19. Elegant Christmas Décor with Old Leather Boots and Greenery
I just love the contrast that filling those old leather boots with greenery creates.
You can make this nature Christmas decor look bright and sophisticated or vintage and rustic depending on the boots and the greens you plan to use.
20. Fun and Festive DIY Garlic and Onion Christmas Decoration
This is my kid’s favorite nature Christmas decoration. We had lots of fun the last year when we painted the onions.
If you want to re-create this DIY project, you can use also garlic. This kind of setting brings a funny cheerful vibe to the room.
21. Add Flair to Your Mantel with Handmade Birch Block Candles
When you are planning your natural-made Christmas decorations, don’t ignore the mantel!
I think these handmade birch block unscented candles would be the best addition to the mantel. Don’t forget – the little things matter 😉
22. Refined Christmas Décor Centerpiece to Elevate Your Setting
Create an elegant nature Christmas decor centerpiece by arranging a few greens, pinecones in various sizes, and some unsophisticated metal candle holders.
This kind of festive setting will give your Christmas dinner table an additional texture and make it even more stunning! 😉
23. Create an Easy, Affordable Nature-Inspired Christmas Décor
From eye-catching garland to DIY wreaths to a table centerpiece, mixing greenery cut from trees and bushes around the home is the easiest and most affordable approach to creating nature-inspired Christmas decor.
In this case, cut greens, from fir, pine, or cedar and display them in a bunch of all-white ceramic egg cups.
Along with the many festive lights and ornaments, one element that is simple, organic, and apropos to blend into holiday decorating is nature. What is more amazing than bringing the outdoors in and decorating with natural elements to stimulate a raw charm?
Hope you truly enjoyed my collection of natural made Christmas decorations! 😉