Do you pick a theme every year when planning your Christmas tree creation? I’m sharing my very favorite Christmas tree themes of the season from some talented bloggers and from one of my favorite local home decor stores.
Unfortunately, my 1600 square foot house can not fit a large tree in it.
So I opt for many smaller trees. But with the small trees, they can’t handle a lot of weight and don’t have enough space for a lot of decorations. So I’m limited as to how creative I can be.
But that’s alright. It’s fun just to be inspired by some of the amazing Christmas tree creations I’ve found. And we can always use some holiday inspiration, right?
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The Themed Christmas Trees From Details Home and Garden
I can’t tell you how stunning the Christmas trees are at Details Home and Garden in Poulsbo, WA. The owner of the store, Tray, closed his store for a few days in order to prepare for the holidays. And it was well worth it.
The Classic Red and White Christmas Tree With a Twist
Berries, mushrooms, ribbon, gingerbread houses…this tree has it all and then some. There are so many details here.
This might not count as a theme, so let’s call it a traditional color-themed tree with perfect pizazz.
I usually skip red in my house when it comes to Christmas trees, but this one has changed my mind. Maybe I’ll try a red and white mini tree next year.
The Garden-Inspired Christmas Tree
This tree comes to life with watering cans, birdhouses, and even hanging vegetables. And let’s not forget about the flowers and green and white striped ribbons.
This is perfect for any garden lover out there.
The Rugged Outdoors Christmas Tree
With its plaid ribbons, stuffed bears, white berries, and snowshoes, this rugged outdoors theme is playful and pretty at the same time.
The Coastal Christmas Tree
This flocked tree has all the coastal charm you could ever want. I wish I could have taken a close-up picture but hopefully, you can get the idea.
Seashell garland, blue ribbon, gold ornament balls, fish, and even picks that look like seaweed, bring this tree to life.
Christmas Tree Inspiration From Talented Bloggers
A Vintage Tinsel Sprinkled Christmas Tree
Courtney at French Country Cottage creates the most beautiful Christmas trees I have ever seen. And this the tinsel added here is a blast from my past. This tree is so elegant and whimsical.
Besides the tinsel, this tree has silver angels, LED candles, stars, and ribbons. Who wants to add tinsel to their tree after seeing this?
The Flocked Tree with Metallics
Are you ready to see the prettiest flocked Christmas tree from Yvonne at Stone Gable?
Yvonne added white and metallic balls, pinecones, and gold and silver jingle bells on black and white French ribbon to her tree this year.
The Modern Take of an Old World Christmas Tree
Jordan at A Blue Nest wanted to create a modern take on an old-world Christmas tree this year.
She brought in natural and seasonal elements, like feathers, twigs, dried flowers, and fruit. I love all these beautiful colors hanging together.
The Gold and Blue Christmas Tree
This gorgeous gold and blue tree was created by Karen at Sanctuary Home Design.
Karen added a wide linen-colored ribbon to the tree and then layered it in a blue linen ribbon to establish the base colors for her tree. She sprinkled in warm gold and subtle blue ornaments and added some brighter copper colors for a bit more contrast.
The Shiny Bright Vintage Ornament Christmas Tree
This Christmas tree belongs to Rachel at The Ponds Farmhouse. I think it’s been a few years since she first shared it and it has been shared over and over again throughout Instagram, Pinterest, and the home decor blog world.
It’s filled with nothing but Shiny Brite ornaments but still makes the most incredible statement.
The Dried Hydrangea Christmas Tree
Here is Rachel’s tree this year. She used the hydrangeas she dried this fall and hung her green and blue vintage Shiny Brites.
Did you find a Christmas tree theme you may want to try next year?
Leave a comment below and let me know which is your favorite.
Until next time,
Happy Tree Trimming!