It’s that time of year again! Time to drag the Christmas tree out of storage, set it up in the living room, and start decking the halls. But what if this year, you want to do something a little different? Something out of the box? If you’re looking for inspiration for your Christmas tree this year, look no further! And if you like these Christmas tree ideas, you will also love our DIY Christmas ornaments and DIY Christmas garland ideas.
The first thing you need to do is decide what type of tree you want. There are two main types of Christmas trees: artificial and real. An artificial tree is a good choice if you want a tree that will last for many years. However, if you want a tree with a more traditional look and feel, a Realtree is the way to go.
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MRS CLAUS COTTAGE CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Design Dazzle
This is one of the best Christmas tree ideas. It is a small Christmas tree decorated with red and white ornaments. I really like the red and white buffalo check ribbon for the tree and the overlook for the tree which makes it a spot for Mrs. Claus to sit by.
THE FLOCKED TREE
Source: Craftberry Bush
Drive by the Dollar Store and get the entire display of Microfiber Feather dusters. You can take them apart and simply insert them into the crevices and gaps in between the branches.
“BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE” DREAM TREE
Source: A Thoughtful Place
The inspiration for this piece came from a grandmother’s magnolia tree which the owner used to love seeing when she would spend time at her house. The blooms on the tree were what initially sparked the idea for this Dream Tree.
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BUFFALO CHECK CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Just Destiny
If you love using natural colors, you can stick with that color palette again this year. Add some natural elements like wood, tin, and buffalo plaid! They make the tree look cozy and inviting, while the black velvet gives it an elegant touch. You can use the dusty miller from your Thanksgiving decor to add a bit of greenery.
SANTA NORTH POLE CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Tater Tots and Jello
I love the Christmas color scheme that would compliment the beloved teal couch. I thought a classic red and white would look really pretty, and it reminded me of the North Pole and Santa.
GRADIENT RAINBOW CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Inspired By Charm
This one is for the true rainbow lovers out there. If you want your Christmas tree to really make a statement, then go for a gradient rainbow effect. It’s colorful, it’s fun, and it will definitely get people talking.
DIY FLORAL TREE
Source: Design Love Fest
This tree was created with the intention of replicating a flower bomb project from before. Simply wrap the flowers up the trunk of the tree in a spiral pattern. Though it would be amazing to have these as real flowers, they would only last for a day or two!
PURPLE & GOLD CHRISTMAS TREE
If you want to add a touch of royalty to your Christmas this year, then why not try decorating your tree in purple and gold? It’s a regal combination that will make your friends and family feel like they’re celebrating in a palace.
WHITE + BLUE CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Centsational Style
This beautiful peacock blue ribbon with gold trim comes for half price at Michaels and it would be a lovely woven through-the-tree-like party streamer. You can find the tree topper at Crate + Barrel which is a silver Moravian star. They always have such unique ornaments, don’t they?
CRISS CROSS RIBBON CHRISTMAS TREE
This Christmas tree is for those who like things a little bit differently. If you want to add some extra flair to your tree, try crisscrossing ribbon around it in a fun pattern. You can use any color ribbon you like, or even mix and match for a festive effect. This is a great way to add some extra color to your tree without going overboard.
COASTAL CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Sand and Sisal
I absolutely adore this Coastal Christmas Tree! I wish we could all see it in person because pictures simply cannot do Christmas trees justice. The family room holds the traditional tree, decorated with the kids’ popsicle stick ornaments and special heirlooms passed down through generations.
SNOWMAN CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Crafty Morning
This is one of the best Christmas tree ideas for people who love snowmen. All you need is a small Christmas tree, some fake snow, and some decorations to make a snowman. You can even add a scarf and hat to make it more realistic.
BLACK, WHITE, & SILVER CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Let’s DIY It All
This year you can go with a more neutral Black, White, and Silver tree that was decorated with pictures and words that remind us of why we love the holidays so much. Not only is it a time to celebrate the birth of the Savior, but it’s a time to serve others, to give, and to spend time with those you love.
MODERN MINIMAL CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Homey Oh My
You can find some gorgeous ornaments from Michaels for inspiration to change the daunting holiday plans into a chic, minimal tree decoration.
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SIMPLE FARMHOUSE CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Love Grows Wild
Making a large impact on your holiday decor doesn’t have to be complicated. Place some big ornaments on your smaller tree, and then added in pinecones for texture and nature. The rusty metal bells went well with the letters already on the wall, and little pieces of cottonwood gave softness to the look.
BUFFALO CHECK PLAID CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: A Pumpkin and A Princess
I usually would have chosen a black and white buffalo check, but I decided to be daring by using red and black instead. The red pops against the snowy branches create a Christmas cabin feel which is perfect for my decorating style.
WOODLAND-INSPIRED CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Inspired By Charm
This year, try something a little different and go for a woodland-inspired Christmas tree. This look is achieved by incorporating lots of greenery, pinecones, and natural elements into your tree. It’s the perfect way to bring the outdoors inside and create a warm and inviting holiday space.
GOLD & SILVER WINTER WONDERLAND TREE
Source: A Pumpkin and A Princess
The cashmere tree was picturesque with its thick, full branches. Once the tree was fully covered in flocking, creating a snowy effect, they started decorating with garlands. You can alternate between gold and silver glitter garland then add white marabou boa’s in between.
GLAM METALLIC FARMHOUSE CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Giggles Galore
This year’s color scheme was inspired by the gorgeous copper magnolia blooms. I love the deep hue and it made me think of something you would find in a forest. Additionally, I thought it was unique from all of the gold Christmas colors you typically see this time of year.
VINTAGE-INSPIRED CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Nesting With Grace
If you’re feeling nostalgic this holiday season, why not try decorating a vintage-inspired Christmas tree? To get the look, start with a white or flocked tree and add vintage-style ornaments in a mix of gold, silver, and red. Then, add in some vintage-inspired garland made of ribbon, tinsel, or beads. Finish off the tree with a beautiful star topper, and you’re all set!
REINDEER AND SNOWFLAKE TREE
Source: Sunny Side Up
This is a really cute and unique idea for a Christmas tree. To make it, you’ll need some brown paper or felt, some white paper or felt, and some glue. Cut out a bunch of small reindeer shapes from the brown paper or felt. Cut out a bunch of small snowflakes from the white paper or felt. Glue the reindeer and snowflakes onto the tree in a random pattern.
PEPPERMINT & SNOW CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: U Create
This year, ditch the usual green and red decorations for a peppermint and snow-themed Christmas tree! It’s festive, unique, and sure to make your home feel extra wintery.
CANDY CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Turtle Creek Lane
This Christmas tree looks like it is made entirely out of candy! It’s sure to be a hit with the kids (and the grown-ups too).
UPSIDE-DOWN CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: A Colorful Journey
This Christmas tree idea is perfect for those who want to make a statement. Simply hang your Christmas tree upside down and enjoy the unique look it creates. You can add ornaments to the bottom of the tree for an extra touch.
WOODEN SLATS CHRISTMAS TREE
This homemade wooden Christmas tree is not only cool and stylish, but also eco-friendly and easy to make!
DIY CACTUS CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Hey Wanderer
This cactus Christmas tree is perfect for those who want to add a touch of the desert to their holiday decor. Simply use a small artificial cactus as your tree topper, and then add some small ornaments and lights. You could even add a Santa hat to really get into the spirit!
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WOODLAND CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Decor Asylum
With tendinitis, trunks, and furniture to be moved, ornaments to be chosen and a long dream, over the weekend we donned Santa’s helper hats and decorated the tree and fireplace. Of course, you can choose a woodland style!
MUSICAL BURLAP RIBBON CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Bless’er House
Last year’s tree was pretty similar to this year’s, minus a few changes. Most of the ornaments are homemade and represent our family in some way. There are also a couple from the dollar store sprinkled in there. You can find this burlap ribbon at Walmart and wrap it around the tree for extra decoration.
FROSTED FRASER FIR CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: Jessica Bruno
If you are looking for a unique Christmas tree this year, why not try a frosted fraser fir? They are so pretty and easy to decorate featuring the cutest white owls!
BIRDS & BERRIES CHRISTMAS TREE
Source: DIY Showoff
This charming Christmas tree is perfect for those who love the nature-inspired decor. To create this look, start with a flocked tree and add in birds and berries picks. Then, add in some greenery, and voila! You have a chic and festive Christmas tree that is sure to stand out.
CHRISTMAS TREE WITH FOLDABLE 3D STAR
Source: Cuckoo 4 Design
Stars have always been my favorite, so you can create some out of poster board for your Christmas tree this year. You can buy several sheets at the grocery store for cheap and some of the stars can even be made from cereal boxes!
Whether you want something rustic, fun, festive, beachy, or glamorous, there’s bound to be a Christmas tree idea out there that’s perfect for you. So ditch the evergreen this year and try something new! Your friends and family will be amazed by your holiday creativity.
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SOME CHRISTMAS TREEs THAT YOU CAN BUY:
- [ 5 Ft Valentine's Day Tinsel Tree with 50 Color Lights & Silver Star ] Mixed dual Colors Valentine's Day Tinsel tree upgraded with a 5.5 inch silver star . Come with an individual 16.4 ft 50 LED...
- [ Timer & 2 Colors Sequins Balls Ornaments ] You can set the timer by the switch of battery box for the lights to 6 hours auto on and 18 hours off each day.The Valentine's Day tree decorated with 2...
- [ Easy To Assemble & Storage ] The Valentine's Day tree features a pull-up design. Easy setup and pack away in a box for next holiday. Collapsible stand, Durable & Reusable.The star and string lights...
- 【🎄🎄Christmas Tree with Lights】: Chirstmas tree comes with 50 Colorful String Lights. The lights string have 2 Modes: Blinking lights or Steady lights mode, 3AA Battery Operated (Batteries...
- 【🎄🎄 Sequins Pop Up Christmas Tree】: Christmas Tree made from Eco-friendly tinsel material, with plump glitter foil sequin. when you added string lights, it will made it look prettier in the...
- 【🎄🎄 Pencil Christmas Tree 】The tree tall is 5 FOOT, Base Diameter is 14 Inch. It doesn’t take up very much space as a traditional tree, perfect for someone with a small place & that...
- Pre-lit Artificial Tree: There are 220 LED lights evenly scattered on the branches of the whole tree. After the tree is completely installed, the LED Christmas tree can be directly connected to the...
- Slender Shape: The whole Christmas tree is about 6FT high, and the diameter after unfolding reaches 25±2 inches (the specific size is subject to the actual finishing effect). Thanks to its tall and...
- Practical Materials: The leaves of this silver Christmas tree are made of PVC, and the whole tinsel tree has 636 branches, which makes the artificial Christmas tree look denser. The shiny silver...
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