Every year I get excited to decorate our Christmas trees in our living room and wanted to share some Christmas Tree Decor Ideas.
For me, there are three important things to consider when decorating a Christmas tree:
I love to match the color of our trees with the room they’re in. For these trees, I used shades of pink, green, and blue.
Repetition helps a tree appear more professional – like it has its act together. Most of the things on my tree are repeated at least 10 times.
I do have a tree dedicated solely to our vacation and homemade ornaments. It’s absolutely charming and has a beauty of it’s own, but I do like the uniformity for our more formal space.
Texture helps make the tree more interesting, and I added everything from shiny to beaded ornaments as well as various faux floral stems.
I loaded our Christmas tree with warm white lights and began by adding various floral stems I found at our local Hobby Lobby.
I break them up into much smaller pieces so I don’t have to buy as many stems and they don’t overwhelm the tree.
I added faux pompeii grass in a pretty rose color I found in the wedding decor section.
I love this faux silver dollar eucalyptus. It not only looks great as Christmas decor, but it’s perfect for vase filler year-round.
Play around with your shades of colors like I did with this more yellow-green faux fern.
These candied berry stems are as festive as you can get!
I wanted to add some blue, so I found these frosty blue branches.
After the floral stems are added, begin adding ornaments.
I never tire of the classic round bulbs in rich hues.
These candied pears were a Hobby Lobby find several years ago, and unfortunately, I haven’t been able to find anything similar (and as affordable) yet.
I added more classic bulbs in different shades, shapes, and textures.
And the result is the perfect tree(s) for our space!