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We often take the joy out of the holidays by stressing out over all the details, but I am going to show you how to decorate a Christmas tree so you can stress about one less thing this holiday season.
I partnered with Big Lots on this post, and everything on this tree was found at Big Lots. They have a huge selection of holiday decor that will appeal to any style.
I recently had the amazing opportunity to visit the Big Lots headquarters in Columbus, Ohio to view their Christmas line earlier this year.
Besides cuddling with penguins, I saw all Big Lots has to offer this year. Their holiday line includes everything from rustic to fun and colorful to sophisticated decor. Obviously I am drawn to the more sophisticated look, so I created a glam Christmas tree for our home.
When decorating a tree, consider repetition, style and color.
How to Decorate a Christmas Tree:
This tree was kept fairly simple and has repeats of four different types of ornaments. One type of tree filler and some large doves completed the look.
Consider a particular style you want your tree to have, Elegance was the goal for this tree, so decor with a glam factor was used.
Blues, metallics and creams were mixed to cream a cohesive look.
When decorating a Christmas tree, it is helpful to add the decor in groups. For this tree, the gold bulbs were added first and other ornaments were added by groups. The tree filler (thin gold spirals) and the doves were last.
As I mentioned earlier, everything on the tree was found at Big Lots! I love that our tree has a high-end look but it didn’t cost a fortune.
Here is the supply list for the Christmas tree:
- Multipack of blue and silver shatterproof bulbs
- Pearl shatterproof bulbs
- Gold ball shatterproof bulbs
- Gold leaf bulbs
- Gold coiled tree filler
- White feathered doves
- Sequin gift boxes
Everything was found at my local Big Lots, but they also have a large season offering online!
Hopefully these tips help you create the perfect Christmas tree for your space!