Traditional Christmas decor style makes use of red, gold, and green colours. To complement this style, adding a combination of natural elements such as a real Christmas tree, wreaths, garlands and lots of candles, will make your space feel warm, inviting, and cosy. The Christmas tree decorations tend to be a restricted palette of just red, gold and green, but Traditional Christmas decorating schemes have a timeless appeal. If you want to add a twist to this classic style, you can spice things up by adding different textures and patterns in red, gold, and green to create a luxurious Christmas style.
For the wow factor, choose an all-silver theme for your Christmas decor. A silver inspired Christmas theme will transform any home into a winter wonderland. This theme embraces silver, white and neutral shades for decorations. Using Christmas decorations in different finishes such as matte, shiny, and glitter is a great way to elevate this colour palette. Muted silvers and whites can be incorporated into other Christmas decorating accessories such as ornaments, ribbons and wrapping paper, for a stylish and modern feel.
Take some inspiration from the Three Wise Men and bring gold into your Christmas decorations. You could say this is the ultimate luxurious Christmas style, a mixture of old meets new. Choose different textures and shades of this delightful warm colour. Gold decor can provide a classy look to your home that naturally creates a feeling of comfort. The versatility of this colour means it is perfect for all your Christmas needs and goes with almost anything.
Drama is the key element when choosing a metallic look. The Precious Metals is a theme which encompasses metallic colours like silver, gold, and copper decorations. The use of these colours throughout the home will inject a little festive elegance. This colour combination is sure to get people talking. The metallic tones provide a stylish contrast to any green foliage; including the Christmas tree, wreaths, or garlands. You could go all out and use a white Christmas tree, which will bring the colours to life and make your Christmas decorations pop.
Cannot decide which colour you love most? Turn Christmas on its head with a rainbow or circus-inspired Christmas. No colours are off-limits, no textures and finishes are off-limits either. With the mixture of blue, green, pink, yellow, red and purple, decorations your Christmas decor will be the talk of the town and will certainly inject some fun and fabulousness to Christmas. Create a rainbow wreath for the front door or add multi-coloured decorations around the house so the fun can continue throughout your home.
Creating a style which Santa himself would love has never been simpler. All you must do is combine red and white Christmas decorations (The big man is sure to stop at your place). This simple palette is incredibly versatile; you can go more traditional with simple accessories or go full out and create a candy cane themed Christmas. Using different textures and bauble sizes is a great way to add a bespoke twist to this Christmas theme.
The Nordic winter theme is a sophisticated theme that uses blue, gold, white and brown baubles. You can pair these colours with festive accessories to create a magical ambience. Include Frosted white flowers or other floristry decorations with classic warm lights for some festive and unique finishing touches.
The Winter woodland theme is a mixture of green, brown, and white Christmas decorations. It is all about adding natural and textural details. The best way to achieve the Winter Woodland theme is with some natural-looking garlands and wreaths. These types of decorations capture an essence of the outdoors; the crisp, wintry feeling from outside, and incorporate it within your home. To maximise the woodland feel, you could explore adding in animal-themed decorations, as well as choosing some natural Christmas theme decorations which are crafted out of wood so that you can double up on the natural vibes.
Give your home some serious North Pole vibes by decorating with colours such as blue, white, and silver. Christmas decorations in these three colours create a wintery wonderland and truly bring the feeling of Christmas to life. This Christmas theme is very stylish and is easy to complement with the use of subtle accessories, add some flocked or fake snow for an even greater snowy effect. This Christmas theme will make you fall in love with all the magical aesthetic this Christmas style brings.
One of the biggest trends for Christmas is the incorporation of pastel colours. Think pale pinks, mint green, icy silvers, subtle blues and pops of white. The pastel colours create a soft and subtle aesthetic. Incorporating pastel colours makes a fun and whimsical décor. The Christmas style is very much a playful, elegant, and sophisticated look, especially when you combine it with vintage style. If you want this colour palette to stand out, put the decorations on a white Christmas tree, wreath or garland.
Make a statement with bright and bold colours. Bright yellow, green and orange will inject a burst of colour to your Christmas decor. The combination of funky and fun colours is a non-traditional décor style, but it is one that will make your Christmas décor stand out from the rest. This colour palette can be used through the home to spread even more cheer.
Christmas is a time for traditions — but it can also be a time to make new traditions and go your own route! If your style is a little more eclectic or you want to try something new, using non-traditional colours and accessories in your decorating such as burgundy, blue, brown and silver will put a new twist on an old classic. Rebellious and distinctively stylish, the steampunk theme sees traditional baubles complemented by a collection of steampunk-inspired decorations, including metallic baubles, top hats, pocket watches, picture frames, playing cards, gears and cogs.
You will definitely be raising a toast to this Christmas style. The mixture of black, gold and silver look fabulous. Using gold and silver together is quite simple and traditional, but adding in the black decorations transforms this colour palette and adds in some drama. Using different festive ornaments in contrasting sizes, shades, and textures will also make the theme even more interesting.
The Berry Christmas theme incorporates a mixture of blues, purples, cerise and turquoise decorations; this theme is about embracing all things bright, colourful, and glittery. Choose cool colours, and rich tones to decorate your space. Add in glittery ornaments and tinsel for a fun and fantastic looking room. The palette is not your typical Christmas theme but a funky and unique style, which is sure to get a positive reaction from your friends and family.
Combining blue, orange and turquoise creates an elegant, fun, bright, and bejewelled Christmas theme. The Cinnamon ice theme gives you a glamorous festive touch! Matching lighter turquoise decorations with glittery oranges and deep blues creates a fresh and eye-catching look. The cinnamon ices theme is not your traditional Christmas colour palette but if you are looking to step outside the box, the cinnamon ice Christmas theme will be perfect for you.
Combining blue, silver and gold Christmas decorations is a stunning, lavish design, which is a perfect colour combination. The ever-popular Gold decorations complemented and contrasted by deep blue tones and timeless silver with hints of gold champagne is charming, stylish and sophisticated. This Christmas theme is a contemporary scheme which oozes elegance in any setting.
Pink, White and Gold are colours that spell out affluence and elegance, and the Vintage Pearl theme is nothing but charm and elegance. It is something that makes a sophisticated statement without much effort. Mix The shimmery metallic shades of gold with the feminine pinks for a calm colour palette that looks luxurious.
If you are thinking of switching up your Christmas decorating theme this year, think pared-back, stylish decorations and a limited colour palette- Keep the decorating to a minimum. An effortless way to get a gorgeous Christmas look is by adding different textures and pairing textured decorations with clear baubles. Clear baubles have been growing in popularity thanks to the introduction of minimalistic and Scandinavian style. They are the ultimate versatile Christmas decorations, perfect for any style. Clear baubles add a touch of glamour to any Christmas, we suggest using warm white lights to create the perfect ambience; the light reflects off the clear baubles for a luxurious, shimmery effect. You could even say it is a match made in heaven.
Something for the ladies. Classy, sophisticated, and luxurious is how the combination of purple and silver look. A non-traditional colour palette, but this mix of colours is a lovely way to change up the Christmas decorations this year. We suggest using florals and picks of different sizes to elevate this theme, add in different textures and accessories for an even more glamourous aesthetic.
Do you have a bit of an eclectic style? Or love the retro aesthetic? Well, a vintage Christmas theme with a palette that includes, gold, white and brown; will suit you perfectly. Using an Antique chic theme will create a classical ambience. Adding floristry and bespoke decorations is a fabulous way of utilising this colour palette. This Christmas style is a mixture of Victorian chic with modern embellishments, which is a beautiful way to have a unique Christmas style and will give years and years of pleasure.
Create a sophisticated Christmas décor by using red, gold, and purple. The use of these opulent and rich colours creates a stunning Christmas. This colour palette looks stunning when used in conjunction with classic warm white lights. The ‘spiced wine’ theme is a classical style with a bit of a twist that will make this year’s Christmas a little special
The Chocolate Orange theme makes use of gold, brown, and orange coloured Christmas decorations. To complement this style, use different textures and patterns in brown, gold, and orange, which will create a luxurious Christmas style. This Christmas decorating scheme is both unique and wonderful and can be used for in different ways for years to come.
Play on the wild side of life and transport yourself to a safari holiday with a Seasonal Safari themed Christmas. This Christmas theme is sure to put a smile of the face of the kids. The mixture of red, burgundy, blue, gold, and patterned baubles create a fun and unique Christmas theme for everyone to enjoy. Add some soft toys such as tigers and elephants around the base of the tree for even more fun.
Shake things up this Christmas by using a pastel colour palette instead of traditional red and green. Using pastel pinks, greens, yellows, and blues is a fun and festive way to switch up the Christmas décor. Using baubles in these colours with a matte finish is the perfect way to achieve the perfect pastel look.
Using an artificial tree is the beauty of nature mixed with convenience. They come in endless sizes, shapes, and styles. Choosing your perfect one can take some time, so we have made it easy for you with some decorating ideas for using artificial Christmas trees.
25. Choose a Thinner Christmas Trees.
For rooms that have limited space, use a thinner or half-wall tree. These slimmer trees are a great alternative, especially in hallways, apartments or tiny homes. They still look fantastic and will inject some festive spirit into your home.
26. Mix Things up with a Non-Traditional Christmas Trees
Make a statement this Christmas and go for a different Christmas tree colour. You can choose from a wide range of colours including pink, white, black, or gold. You could decorate a smaller coloured tree in your children’s room, which would add a bit of fun and festive spirit, plus it is guaranteed to put a smile on their faces.
27. Use a Small Christmas Tree
If you are having some space issues, there are a number of ways you can still enjoy a fabulous Christmas. One of the ways of creating the illusion of a much bigger tree is placing the tree on a sturdy table. Cover the table in a decorative tree skirt of tablecloth and create a festive feature. Elevating the tree also leaves room for more presents under the tree.
28. Use Classic White Lights
A classic for many years now, the white light Christmas lights always add a little sparkle and magic to any indoor or outdoor space. The white colour is perfect for creating a wintery and snowy effect.
The traditional multi-coloured lights are a fun, funky, and festive way to add some colour to Christmas. The Traditional multi-coloured lights are always a family favourite. Use them in wreaths or garlands for a fabulously festive Christmas.
The large bulbs are a little more unique and can create a fantastic lighting display when used on a mantelpiece with your other decorations.
Something to brighten up the garden is using outdoor garden lights. You could choose to edge the garden path, add them to your flowerpots or place them around the garden to create a magical wonderland.
Make your lighting shine when you use star-shaped lights, they can simply be placed on a mantlepiece or wrapped around the stairs for a starry Christmas.
34. Create a rustic look with Festoon Lights
Festoon lights are the traditional, big bulb garland lights. They’re the oversized glass globes that have grown in popularity over recent years, and are also incredibly versatile; giving you the perfect atmospheric lighting wherever you need it. This style of lighting looks stunning both indoors and outdoors.
Laser projectors are no longer just for night clubs. Now your house can get in on all the colourful fun. You can use some projectors outdoors; if you have a wall or even the side of your home, they create special effects like falling snow or flying reindeer.
36. Make Christmas Shine with Curtain Lighting.
A curtain light is the most dramatic and visually impressive connectable lighting style and can make a huge statement with no fuss. You can choose whether the lights are hung vertically like a traditional curtain or suspended horizontally along a ceiling to create a gorgeous display.
Bows can add a bright, decorative burst of colour to any Christmas display. You can add a ribbon bow to the top of the Christmas tree or as a feature in a wreath. If you correspond the ribbon colour with your existing Christmas colour palette, it can create a cohesive style throughout the home.
Wrapping the ribbon diagonally around the Christmas tree gives a more sweeping feel to your tree. This style looks luxurious and more formal. When using this style, we suggest using two different ribbons and crisscrossing them makes the style very contemporary.
Adding Christmas ribbon is a cheap and straightforward way to spruce up the Christmas decorations. Cascade ribbon down the Christmas tree for a very luxurious look. If you are using a range of different ornaments and want the finished product to look more coordinated match the colour of the ribbon to the rest of your Christmas decorations.
Ribbon comes in a range of different styles and textures. For a luxurious feel, use silk or satin ribbon. These styles are lightweight and look very clean, crisp and ethereal.
Velvet is making a comeback this year. It has long been associated with nobility. These ribbons are plush in appearance and add a rich, upscale quality to Christmas decorations.
Using novelty fabrics such as wire mesh or sequins can create a more unusual Christmas décor, but will make a statement.
You could decide to drape garland over the top and bottom headboards for a simple way to add some festive style to your room. It has become very trendy to incorporate Christmas decorations throughout the home; not just in the living rooms. Using garland in different textures and sizes can drastically change the overall feel of your festive décor. We love using thin and more natural garland materials for bedroom garland.
Create a good looking and smelling garland by using either dried oranges or blood oranges. String the dried fruit together to create a decorative garland. For some final finishing touches intertwine the citrus garland with beaded garland for a funky but totally lush feel.
If you do not have a fireplace or mantelpiece, you can wrap or drape garland along the stairway. Weave in between the spindles add in lights for a magical touch. There are so many ways to incorporate garland into the stairway; you can hang on top of the bannister, hang vertically, or even intertwine and wrap in-between the railings.
If your home incorporates a neutral colour palette, you could opt for an oversized garland with neutral accents to create a striking focal point either on the staircase or mantelpiece.
Something that will put a smile on the kids’ faces is using soft toys as a tree topper. Gets the kids to put their favourite on top of the tree for a fun tree topper.
If you love the rustic style, this is for you. Recycle some old wood and cut out a star, then use as a tree topper, this matches perfectly with a farmhouse chic themed Christmas.
Using wire or other mouldable materials to write a word or family name as a tree topper. The paint of the fabric, so it matches your festive style.
Big or small, a decorative bow is a classic tree topper; you can use colours that match with your theme. Using different textures is also a great idea because it can make the bow look more luxurious.
Adding Christmas bunting to the front door is a fun and festive way to welcome guests to your home. You can use a tone of different things to create Christmas bunting, including Garlands, fabric, floristry, or decorations.
String lights never fail to give a home a festive look. Make your front door a focal point this season by opting for a set of elegant white strands. Go for a classic feel by illuminating your front door with warm icicle lights.
The first thing most of us will think of when deciding how to decorate the front door for Christmas is using a wreath. If you veer towards understated decor, opt for a traditional wreath. For a genuinely magical wreath, mix up the style, colour, and texture of decorations you use.
Create a festive and welcoming feature to your home by Decorating the door with festive garland. Fill it with your favourite ornaments, then hang it across the top of your front door. There is a wide range of garland you could choose from, plain greenery, flocked garland, or a more natural garland with pinecones throughout. When selecting a style, we recommend choosing one that matches your interior foliage; this way, your home will look even more sophisticated this Christmas.
A simple and easy way to create an inviting welcome to your home is by adding lanterns. Using lanterns of different sizes as a layered effect will add a little more elegance.
Are you looking for a chic and unexpected holiday door decor idea? Brighten your front door by wrapping it with a simple bow. You could go for a traditional colour like red or gold, or maybe switch things up and go for something out of the box; blue, white, or even multi-coloured. Whichever you choose it is sure to put a smile on your guest’s faces.
The Christmas wall tree is so simple to put up – no falling pine needles or having to keep it straight. Find wooden, felt or faux pine branch versions and decorate them with as many ornaments as you like. You can have different styles in every room or keep the style the same for an enchanted and elegant Christmas vibe.
Bottoms up! Literally! The trend of the upside-down tree is growing. Switching the Christmas tree to have the top down is a different way to add some funky festive flair to your home, but you still get to enjoy decorating the tree with all your usual decorations.
if you want something completely out of the box, go for a wooden Christmas tree. This style of Christmas tree has had some serious growth in popularity in recent years. They now come in a variety of shapes and sizes made from stacked branches, tree rings or straight-up planks. You can upcycle and make your own from wood lying around the home. It could be a great DIY project with the kids.
You can Buy Or make an excellent garland made of natural components. Head out to the garden and start collecting leaves, twigs, chestnuts, or anything else that takes your fancy. Garlands made of natural ornaments add an exquisite look to the general Christmas decoration.
Garland is the best foundation when starting to decorate your stairs for Christmas. You can use fresh garland or artificial. Drape or twist the garland up the stair railing and add other elements like ornaments, ribbon, or lights to complete the look.
Spelling a festive word on each step is a great way to add some festive charm to your home. Our favourite style is using LED lettering because it makes the room a little lighter and brighter.
For a unique and cheerful bannister decoration, skip the traditional greenery and string up some paper pom-poms instead or maybe even some spare Christmas ornaments or baubles.
If you do not have a fireplace or mantel to hang your stockings, a great alternative is to hang stockings on your stairwell! The possibilities are endless; you could use striped stockings to add a fun Holiday vibe to the living room or create a cosy atmosphere by using traditional red stockings.
If you have a couple of old boxes lying around, you could transform them into a festive feature. Wrap the boxes like presents and place on the stairs. You can swap the colours and wrapping paper each year to match your Christmas colour theme.
Decorating with string lights and candles adds a warm, homey feel to your home for the holidays. If a power outlet is not nearby, or you are worried about having candles near kids or pets, choose battery-operated LED string lights or faux LED candles. A combination of string lights and candles light the stairwell of this Nordic Christmas setting. Hang lights up and down your stair railing like a waterfall to create a Christmas Wonderland effect
One of the fastest ways to transform any space for Christmas is by adding in festive artwork. You can use photographs, print or different festive text. Place them along the adjoining wall to the stairs for a simple and festive Christmas decoration option.
Using ribbon is a fast, easy way to add some holiday cheer to your stairs. Choose large ribbon with wiring so that you can easily mould the ribbon. We love using ribbon with silver, sparkly accents and layering it over a flocked garland. Tie in the whole look by adding colour co-ordinated decor like wall art and floor-standing ornaments.
Instead of using a traditional fabric table runner for your Christmas dinner table you could transform your Christmas table into an extra-festive statement with a simple garland running down the centre. You could go for a subtle effect by using just plain greenery or elevate the look by incorporating different decorations like candles or figurines amongst the garland.
Bring the outside in and create a natural winter woodland style Christmas. If you fancy making your very own natural garland, you can secure small branches of evergreens onto a length of heavy rope using florist’s wire, covering the wire with foliage as you work. Tie it off against itself at regular intervals to secure. Hang with pinecones, baubles and ribbons, and you have yourself a rustic and festive Christmas bunting.
Hang up twiggy branches, then decorate the framework with colourful baubles and ribbons to twinkle like a chandelier. Interestingly shaped cuttings will give the best effect.
Add instant charm to a mantelpiece display with a few simple festive decorations. Here, a mix of baubles in complementary colours sits among the foliage with wooden candleholders and a paper bird ornament. Dress a mantelpiece with evergreens in contrasting textures, such as holm oak and pine.
A beautiful decorative bowl is ideal for displaying a low arrangement of blooms in seasonal colours. Traditionally forced for Christmas, long, stalky amaryllis look dramatic when cut short and partnered with other vivid shades. Some scrunched chicken wire, moulded into the inside of the bowl, will hold the flowers in place. Position these at the centre of a dining table or on a side table in the hallway to make a striking welcoming display.
A Christmas’ must-have’ is using natural Holly. Attach holly leaves to napkin rings. Add a garland as a runner, and you have got a super easy, but festive, table.
Swap out accent pieces like throws, cushions, rug or other furnishings for things in festive colours, like a red ottoman or chair, a green throw and cushions, and you’re set.
One of the most effortless finishing touches you can do is use scents to enhance the opulent Christmas atmosphere – for example, try studding oranges with whole cloves, or placing cinnamon sticks and dried citrus fruits in a decorative bowl. Or, if you want something even more straightforward, using scented candles or diffusers are a great alternative.
The holidays are about family and what better way to emphasise that than having your little ones help out with decorating? This reindeer craft is an adorable example.
Use pictures instead of name tags on your presents. This is a small, personal addition that will make your presents a design element and touch your loved ones this holiday season.
Hanging mini wreaths from your chairs or barstools is a crazy-easy way to cook up some holiday cheer in the kitchen.
Make your holiday decor extra cosy by layering in textiles of varying textures. Think fluffy sheepskin, cosy knits and soft wool.
Coordinate your gift wrapping to compliment the Christmas colour scheme and other room decorations – If your decorations are red, gold and green, make sure your wrapping paper uses the same colours. To maximise this effect, use the same techniques for your ornaments for a cohesive whole.
Decorate using objects of different height. Start by hanging oversized snowflakes and building up the table with tall candlesticks. For the mantel, hang a garland made with olive branches.
Decorate your mantle with greenery, then add ribbons and ornaments for a pop of colour. Match your garland accessories to wall art and decor throughout the space rather than using the classic Christmas colours for an understated yet festive look
If you don’t want to go all out at Christmas use festive figurines throughout your home. You could use gonks, ghomes, reindeer or Santa figurines for a cute and subtle way of injecting some festive cheer.
If you are lucky enough to have Exposed beams in a home, you need to make the most of it! During the festive period a lot of people do not even consider decorating exposed beams, but they look gorgeous lined with Christmas garland. You don’t have to just use greenery; you can use bunting, lights and even smaller hanging decorations for those subtle finishing touches.
87. Using the Red in your Christmas Decorations.
when thinking of Christmas, the first colour that comes to mind during the holiday season is red. For the majority of the year, red is the colour of passion or romance. But once winter comes around, red is unmistakably the colour of Christmas. The colour red features in many of our favourite Christmas traditions and stories, Rudolph’s nose, Santa’s suit, candy canes and much, much more. There are a whole bunch of ideas for stylish Christmas red décor that will make your Christmas decor traditional but luxurious. Do not just decorate the Christmas tree with red decorations! Decorate the walls, mantelpiece, and table, with red tableware, red centrepieces, and red tablecloths. Use red flowers, candles, red stockings, and red baubles to add finishing touches to your space. In other rooms, you can also create a cosy holiday atmosphere by merely adding red linen, red bedspread, or red cushions.
88. Decorating with the Colour Gold.
Gold decorations are a must-have at Christmas! Using the colour gold in your Christmas décor provides a classy and luxurious look. The versatility of this colour means that it’s perfect for all of your holiday needs and goes with almost anything. The gold decor makes a bold statement, and maybe the ideal change that you are looking for in your decorations this year. Everything looks better with gold; There is an an effortless elegance and beauty with gold Christmas decorations. It is amazing how a bunch of gold baubles can make a corner look very festive. Bring your holiday decorations up a notch this year with this grand decorating idea and go all out with bright gold as your theme colour. Mix and match with gold Christmas baubles, pinecones, bows, and poinsettia flowers and leaves. The more textures and sizes of décor you put in, the better!
89. Using the Colour Silver.
It is a colour of classic and modern beauty which intuitively inspires a promise of wealth and prestige; this is the kind of atmosphere a silver Christmas can bring to your home. Some of our favourite decorating ideas include adding silver decorations to garlands and wreaths to create a magical colour contrast and elevate your holiday décor. Silver figurines, tree toppers, ornaments, lights, pillows, and other household items can complement almost every different colour in your home, and some can even be left out or used when Christmas is over. Silver Christmas decorations are always sleek and have timeless appeal.
90. Decorating with the Colour Blue.
We love blue in all its shades; it is calming and beautiful. Blue is one of the most natural winter colours and is very trendy for décor. You could have a full-blown blue-themed Christmas this year with a beautiful and magical blue Christmas tree. Spice it up with baubles of different textures and finishes. Pairing blue and white decorations together is a match made in heaven and will transform your home into a winter wonderland. A subtle and classy way to inject blue decorations is to use baubles, tinsel and candles on mantle pieces, stairs, and bookshelves.
91. Create a Pretty Pink Christmas.
Pink can be considered an unusual colour for Christmas, but using pink is a way to stand out. Pink has a lot of different shades that will easily fit a glam or vintage style. You could choose hot pink, dusty or pale pink, blush or fuchsia. Pink ornaments blend well with gold, silver or ivory, so try various colour combos. If you want to make a bold statement, choose a pink Christmas tree! It can be decorated with pink, silver, white or gold ornaments for a soft look. For a subtler effect, you could use Pink pillows, pink candles, and pink pinecone wreaths.
92. Using the Colour Purple.
Add a touch of playful mischief in your tree with strategically placed purple baubles and purple Christmas decorations. Opt for brightly coloured purple baubles to showcase your modern unconventional personality. Our collection of purple baubles and Christmas decorations will provide a whimsical element within your tree decoration assortment.
Black is a new black; it’s pure classic that can be mixed and matched and incorporated into every Christmas style. Black goes well with white, ivory, gold, silver, navy, pink, fuchsia and almost any colour you can imagine, and it always looks chic! Black looks stunning with gold and silver, so if you opt for these colours of ornaments and garlands, you will make your Christmas tree sophisticated. Think that black is only for goths? Nothing of the kind! Black is a classic that can be easily turned into glam and glitz, and a black Christmas tree will quickly prove that to you. Choose glitzy glam ornaments in gold, silver, pastel pink and blue, or on the contrary: hot fuchsia, pink, red and purple ones to make the tree stand out.
94. Decorate with White this Christmas.
A white Christmas décor gives an appearance of a light and airy room, full of dimension and depth. Using white decorations has become increasingly popular over recent years. Trends like minimalism and Scandinavian are meaning more and more people are using white decorations as their primary Christmas colour. Crispy white trees look elegant and give you a lot of opportunities to have fun with your Christmas style. Choose pastel or shiny ornaments for a glam look and make a corresponding garland with the same décor. For a chic modern look, use a white or flocked Christmas tree and incorporate black and white ornaments, or even metallic decorations. If you love bold colours, a white tree is what you need because colourful ornaments will stand out more on a white tree. Using the colour white is a trendy yet essential Christmas colour.
95. Make a Statement with Orange Decorations.
Infuse a visual warming element into your Christmas look by using Orange Christmas decorations. The contrast of the deep natural green pines from your Christmas tree with a sphere-shaped orange bauble mimics an awe-inspiring sunset or warm tones from a fire. Orange Christmas decorations have become popular within contemporary tree decoration sets. Opt for traditional designed orange baubles for a creative modern twist or choose individual orange Christmas tree decorations to function as a quirky stand out feature.
96. Decorate with the Colour Green
Opting for green Christmas decorations is a charming way to mimic the great outdoors. Choose vibrant green Christmas baubles to blend into your tree to provide an understated but pleasant sparkle. Green baubles attract and refract daylight to direct a nature-inspired glowing quality around the living room. You can mix and match green Christmas decorations with loads of different colours, green and gold or even green and black; these colour combinations make such to make a statement and make your Christmas decorations unforgettable.
97. Be Unique with Yellow Christmas Decorations
Sprinkle a little dash of cheer to Christmas by using yellow baubles and yellow Christmas decorations. Opt for vibrant yellow baubles or festive stars for a contemporary design, or a softer look, incorporate pastel yellows which will look whimsical and elegant. Using yellow baubles in your Christmas decorations effortlessly enhance the radiance of your Christmas tree.
98. Have fun with Multi-coloured Decorations
Channel your inner child and sense of wonder by using multi-coloured baubles. Establish a contemporary and colourful theme for Christmas decor with delightful multi-coloured baubles. A tree with multi-coloured Christmas baubles and decorations is sure to put a smile of your guests, friends and family. Opt for unique multi-coloured Christmas tree decorations for a truly decorative feature. The different colours will reflect light differently and create a bespoke look, each and every day.
99. Decorating with Turquoise Christmas Decorations.
Turquoise is a diverse colour that adds richness to the home during the holiday season, shades of blue like turquoise are fast becoming a trendy decorations colour to use in the Christmas festivities. From glitter, to matte and shiny finishes, turquoise is surprisingly festive when styled well, and goes beautifully with traditional Christmas golds and silvers. Compliment turquoise baubles in varying shades of blue, pink and purple Christmas decorations.
100. Decorating with Brown Christmas Decorations.
Not your traditional decorating colour, but brown Christmas decorations are super-versatile. You can pair then with traditional red, gold, and green to elevate a traditional look or go super modern with a gold, black and brown theme. Choosing browns in muted tones will create an understated tree yet insanely chic. If you don’t want to use brown decorations on the Christmas tree using them in a garland or wreath is a great alternative for a more subtle look.