Christmas Colors

Christmas Colors That Aren't Red And Green

‘Tis the season for red and green everything, but these traditional Christmas hues aren’t your only options. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite holiday color combinations for a fresh take on your seasonal decor.

Holiday Blues

Searching for a new alternative to traditional holiday color palettes? Take a cue from Elvis, and have yourself a blue Christmas. This versatile color works with all kinds of home interiors, from industrial farmhouse to contemporary minimalism — and it plays well with any metallic Christmas decor you already own. Whether you love baby blue, cheerful turquoise, or deep, rich shades of navy, this holiday hue is a solid choice.

Snow Whites

Dreaming of a white Christmas? Turn your dreams into a reality and capture the beauty of the season with holiday decor inspired by wintry settings, snowflakes, and snowmen. White is perfect for fans of clean, minimalistic interiors, and it complements anyone’s sense of style. From white Christmas trees that look covered in snow to frosted wreaths, cream-colored lanterns, and white-washed wooden accents, this look is as contemporary as it is timeless.

Earth Tones

When it comes to holiday color hues, your first thought probably isn’t brown — but perhaps it should be. While you may not think of neutral shades as being especially Christmas-y, these earth tones blend brilliantly with your favorite decor and are a natural choice to pair alongside greenery, wreaths, and garlands. (Think pinecones, wooden Christmas figurines, and nativity scenes.)

Merry Metallics

It just doesn’t seem like Christmas without a few metallic accents. From silver and gold to rose gold and copper, these designs make any home look and feel extra festive. Wrap your presents up in gold ribbons, use silver frames all throughout your gallery wall, or prep your dining room for holiday entertaining with metallic tabletop decor. From silver bells and gold tinsel to copper candlestick holders, metallic accents enhance any holiday setting.


If you’re someone who loves experimenting with new styles, then gray Christmas backdrops are a perfect solution. Use them with all-white decor for a snowy theme, add them to earth tones for a rustic presentation, or keep things traditional with your red and green staples. This chic neutral is a holiday must-have for anyone who loves festive decor but enjoys coloring outside the box.

Brilliant Brights

Who says you have to limit your holiday decor to neutral hues? Surprise Santa this year by breaking the rules and embracing pops of color instead. Jazz up your interior with colorful jingle bells, whimsical tabletop accent,s and rows upon rows of rainbow-colored lights. After all, the season is supposed to be merry and bright.

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