9 Inspiring Christmas Tree Themes

9 Inspiring Christmas Tree Themes

It’s that time of year again! I found 9 inspiring Christmas tree themes that I wanted to share with you… with only 10 days until Christmas, our family is getting super excited for the holiday season! I love to see different Christmas tree themes, especially ones that are unique!

There are so many Christmas tree themes to choose from: modern, simple, retro, color-themes, vintage, natural, rustic, ombre, multi-tone – the list could go on and on! I typically stick with a similar theme from year to year, but I’ll change an element of the Christmas tree themes to mix it up a little!

This year our Christmas tree theme is natural and rustic, with a touch of glam! It’s our first real tree in forever, and I chose a really full Noble Fir, but I think next year I might switch it up with a more sparse tree and use less ornaments!

9 Inspiring Christmas Tree Themes

The Christmas tree themes below were chosen to showcase the different styles of Christmas – from minimal and simple to bright, colourful fun!

 

Which Christmas tree theme is YOUR favourite?

Do you switch out your Christmas tree theme each year for something new, or do you stick to the same themes as last year?

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9 Inspiring Christmas Tree Themes

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A Scandinavian Christmas

Scandinavian Christmas decor screams minimalism and whispers warmth and light. I am always drawn to Scandinavian spaces and love the way they are decorated for Christmas. I chose a variety of ‘looks’, but all have a similar theme. The beauty is in the simplicity, a colour-based theme, lots of light, and very nature-inspired.

Traditionally, a Scandinavian Christmas will be very white and red, with wood tones and rich, natural greens. When a natural tree is chosen, decorations seem to be sparse and thoughtful, or filled with vintage and colourful ornaments. Handcrafted ornaments, made of felt and wool, combined with candles, wood, and sparkly snowflakes fill these trees with warmth – but it’s never too much, just enough.

Many paper decorations are found in Scandinavian Christmas decor as well, with cut-outs of stars, trees, and simple dots used as decorations throughout the house. Branches of trees, bare or with evergreen needles, can easily decorate a simple nook, a bathroom, or a tabletop. A (faux) fur throws add a touch of luxury with a natural feel to a Scandinavian Christmas look.

Even with a modern Scandinavian Christmas, the decor can be monotone, with lots of white, or black and white, or even an unexpected splash of grey and yellow – but it’s still simple and full of light! I’m very much inspired by these beautiful trees and hope you are too!

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