Christmas Tree Decor

Christmas Tree Decor For Any Home

  • Christmas Tree Decor with Warm Ornaments & Snow

Your Christmas tree is the focal point of your holiday decor, but it shouldn’t stand out like a sore thumb. We’re showing how to decorate your tree to complement your personal sense of style.

  • Contemporary Christmas Tree LED Lighting
  • Contemporary

    Fans of contemporary style can actually incorporate a wide range of designs into their Christmas tree decor as long as they keep the look clean, balanced and relatively simple. Stick to earthy color palettes and metallic ornaments for the most versatility, and don’t be afraid to complement your tree with a garland on the mantle or a wreath above the fireplace. Ultimately, you want your contemporary holiday decor to look warm and welcoming, so choosing LED Christmas lights is a great way to go.


    Give your holiday decor a cozy makeover with the help of farmhouse accents. This popular style is quaint and rustic in the best possible way with an emphasis on creature comforts that scream home sweet home. Embrace it for yourself with weathered ornaments, earthy pinecones and galvanized metal accents surrounding the tree. Love the look of farmhouse style but want something a bit more traditional? Try a buffalo check tree skirt, or trim your tree with burlap ribbons.

    Pro Tip:
    Swap your tree skirt for a chunky knitted throw for an even cozier feel.

  • Traditional

    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.

  • Bedroom Decor with Throws, Christmas Tree & Pillows
  • Christmas Decor with Luxe Ornaments & Lighting
  • Minimal

    Simplicity is the name of the game for minimalists, and their Christmas tree decor is no exception. Go for an ultra-clean look with white backdrops, white ornaments and white lights, or add a little contrast with notes of black and natural wood. Much like with contemporary style, metallic ornaments or a gold star perched on the top are both great ways to trim the tree without a lot of fuss. You can even leave your tree almost bare with minimal ornaments or wrap it in single strand of beads if you prefer.

    Pro Tip:
    Trying to keep your home looking as uncluttered as possible? Rest your Christmas tree in an unused rope basket for a modest presentation.


    Prefer to go all-out for the holidays? Luxe Christmas decor is for you. Elevate your tree this year with gold everything in the form of ornaments, ribbons, bows and tinsel packed from branch to branch. Just keep all of these accents in the same color family to prevent the overall look from getting too overwhelming. While you’re at it, feel free to be decadent with crystals and glitter for extra glitz or faux-fur tree skirt for an extra-luxe touch.

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