When it comes to holiday decorating, you can never get too much inspiration, am I right? That’s exactly what you’ll get today with 9 bloggers sharing their most inspired Christmas tree decor ideas all in one place.
Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas and Inspiration for the Holidays
Christmas time is here!
It’s another holiday season and time for beautiful Christmas tree inspiration. Today I’m spreading the holiday cheer and bringing you some great examples of Christmas tree decor
Whether it’s tiny trees, elaborate masterpieces, a traditional color palette, bright pops of color, a fresh or artificial tree, my blogging friends and I have got you covered.
So sit back, grab a hot drink and check out some of the best Christmas ideas around.
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The Best Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas with Jingle Bells
First up is my friend Wendy, the host of our Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas Blog Hop.
Wendy shares her favorite Christmas home decorating tips which include adding natural elements to her decor for a more festive look. As you can see here, nobody does traditional red quite like she does.
You’ll also get a special treat when Wendy shares how to create a potpourri mix from citrus, cinnamon, and fresh rosemary, which can simmer on the stove, giving you the most wonderful holiday fragrance.
17 Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas
Stacy is my gardening bestie and a Master Gardener who also loves home decor and creating beautiful spaces both inside and out.
In her post, Stacy shares how to decorate a Christmas tree with a rustic farmhouse aesthetic as she shares ornament, tree skirt/collar, garland, and Christmas tree topper ideas.
Not only are there lovely neutral, natural, and organic textures on her tree but pretty pops of red ornaments throughout.
How to Decorate a Christmas Tree with Dried Hydrangeas
My friend Rachel is probably one of the most creative and hard-working bloggers I have ever met. She is always busy sharing sustainable DIY and craft projects, including homemade ornaments.
Rachel is well known for her fabulous Christmas trees and this one is no exception. Here she uses the most perfect natural elements, dried hydrangeas from her yard. Isn’t that a great idea?
And of course, her ornaments and antique European grape gathering hod match perfectly. This really is the most beautiful tree.
How to Decorate a Flocked Christmas Tree
Next, my friend Jen lives in the middle of the heartland and her beautiful blog inspires through budget-friendly home decor, simple DIYs, delicious family-friendly recipes, and everyday living.
Jen shares just how easy it is to decorate a flocked tree in just 5 simple steps. I absolutely love her use of classic red ornaments, Christmas tree ribbon, and floral picks.
The pretty star topper is the perfect finishing touch.
How to Decorate a Natural Neutral Christmas Tree
Jennifer is a lifelong New England gal who shares her DIYs, decorating ideas, budget shopping ideas and so much more.
Here she shares a natural and neutral-themed Christmas tree. Decorating with white Christmas tree decorations really made the green Christmas tree pop.
Brown shades of decor are styled so beautifully along with metal and wood ornaments made from natural elements. The birdhouses are my favorite.
Christmas Tree Placement Ideas
Fellow blogger Kylie lives in Nebraska and enjoys decorating on a budget, thrifting, fast & easy recipes, and comfortable mom fashion.
Kylie shares her gorgeousChristmas trees that are in just about every room of her house, and even on her outside porch. You will definitely find a Christmas tree idea or two in this post.
I loved seeing all her holiday inspiration in each and every space. The beautifully decorated tree above takes my breath away with those incredible colored ornaments and Christmas lights.
How to Make Textured Christmas Ornaments High-End Dupes
Next up is Amy who is an artist, painter, designer, and DIYer.
Amy has more than one method to make textured Christmas ornaments look like high-end dupes. What a great way to save money!
She’ll share the supplies you need to make your own beautiful shaped or ball ornaments look as good as the expensive ones being sold at stores like Arhaus.
15 Themed Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas
And then there’s my friend Jen (we have a lot of Jens here today) who has the most fun and unique style that I’m in love with.
Here, Jen shares the most festive Christmas tree ideas that are also easy and affordable to create. Have you noticed how cute that pom-pom garland is above? Her bold Christmas tree ornaments and color scheme is a breath of fresh air.
I have to know what your favorite tree is out of her 15 masterpieces. I’m torn between the “Hello” tree and the “Disco Ball” Christmas tree. You be the judge and let me know in the comments.
And last and certainly not least…my blog post on all the things you can do with a small tree in a small space.
We live in a 1600-square-foot cottage and just don’t have the room for a large, extravagant tree like I used to put up. I use a lot of faux trees around the house, especially in the living room.
Whether you’re living in a small house or apartment, or just don’t have the time for a big tree this year, I’ve got you covered. Go check it out!
I hope you found some Christmas tree theme ideas as well as decorating tips from all 9 talented bloggers. Decorating your tree can be so much fun if you know what you’re doing. You can be so creative with holiday themes too. Thanks for following along!
Until next time,
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
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