This all-white room with sea foam green accents calls for crisp, cool-hued Christmas decorations, so a flocked tree was a must. A sculptural white urn is an unexpected twist on the traditional Christmas tree base, and turquoise ornaments keep the tree fresh and fun.
A disco ball hangs from the ceiling and floats just above the crown of the tree. A bow with long ribbon tendrils gives this tree-topper a real wow factor.
The round ornaments on the tree echo the round curtain rod finials of the window treatment hardware as well as the pom-pom fringe on the throw pillow. Smaller disco-style ornaments and white frosted orbs bring the traditional glitz and sparkle of Christmas decorations but in hues and styles that reflect this living room’s personality.
Embellish gifts with ornaments that complement your tree. Mini disco balls mimic the tree-topper, and the same ribbon that cascades down the tree is used to tie these neatly wrapped boxes.
Red walls and neutral furnishings make Christmas decorating almost too easy, but to give this tree more personality than your average green, red, and gold color scheme, a bells-and-holly theme was used.
Bunches of fresh holly and large gold temple bells top this tree for a bold use of traditional materials and color.
A custom tree skirt using fabrics from around the room helps this Christmas tree feel like a natural addition to the space. Leftover scraps from upholstery projects are pieced together in rings for a simple, understated Christmas staple.
Cluster small ornaments together for a big impact. Simply thread the balls together with string, and hang them from a branch. These tiny jingle bells recall larger ones on top of the tree and are so charming when used in abundance.
Use wallpaper scraps to wrap your presents -- not only does it save money, but it saves waste. Fun gingerbread man-shaped playing cards are repurposed as gift tags, or make your own using cookie cutters and craft paper.
The grass-cloth wallpaper in this casual living room was the inspiration for this Christmas tree. A vintage wheel laced with garland serves as a chic Christmas mantel, and stockings cut from burlap complete this casual cottage look for the holidays.
Introduce live elements to your tree. Glass vases filled with eucalyptus pods and simple white flowers are hung from branches for a fresh touch. They look good even when the flowers dry so they will last the entire season.
These charming gifts are wrapped in the same burlap fabric used for the stockings. The gifts were then adorned with natural elements like wood tags paired with bronze filigree ornaments.
Silver ornaments with a vintage-style patina work perfectly in this space. Leftover orbs are displayed in old, wooden baskets for extra sparkle around the room.