Traditional Christmas style is a timeless choice that anyone is sure to love. If you’re planning on decorating your tree with lots of green and red decor, it’s typically best to do so in a relatively neutral setting. Plaid prints and tartan ribbons and bows can get a bit overwhelming, so solid backdrops help keep the look streamlined.
Think Bohemian style
and Christmas decor don’t mix? Think again! Bohemian styling is actually pretty versatile, and you can truly make it your own by adding in a few personal touches. Go bold with whimsical color palettes in jolly shades of turquoise, red, and green, or stick to a pared-down palette of earth tones instead. The key here is to focus more on the small details of your Christmas tree. (Think handmade ornaments, plush tassels, dream catchers, and copper accents to warm things up.)
Industrial Christmas decor is incredibly unique in that it’s oftentimes darker and moodier than traditional styles. Imagine a forest green Christmas tree packed with navy, chocolate or onyx ornaments positioned against a brick wall. The look is very rich with a certain sophistication that city-dwellers will likely appreciate. Decorating a studio apartment or limited in your overall space? You can always get creative by choosing a metal Christmas tree instead.