Our Favorite Trends for Decorating the Christmas Tree This Year
Classic Cozy Christmas Tree
Flocked trees are more popular than ever. Layer in textural elements -- like knit garlands, branches, and berries -- along with classic silver and red ornaments for a traditional look that's still modern and fresh.
Charlie Brown Christmas Tree
You can't beat a classic. These little stick trees, inspired by one of the holiday's favorite characters, Charlie Brown, are perfect for small spaces, kids' rooms, tabletops and more. Sprinkle with just a few classic ornaments -- keepsakes work well here -- and call it a day.
Modern Rustic Christmas Tree
The look made new again by everyone's favorite "Fixer Upper," farmhouse style is here to stay. Layer in pine cones, burlap, and antique baubles with your favorite neutral ornaments, then finish off the look with a tree basket, and sit back, relax and admire.
Nostalgia Christmas Tree
Retailers are jumping on the nostalgia bandwagon this year more so than ever, with rustic, vintage-inspired ornaments and decor available at the ready. Perfect for a family or kid's room, guests and loved ones are sure to love getting festive with these cheerful elements.
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Simple Neutrals Christmas Tree
Blush-Tone Bling Christmas Tree
A playful take on a more traditional palette, try mixing blush pinks, silvers and golds for a modern feel that's still festive.
Monochromatic Christmas Tree
For an update on a more traditional look, try blending pretty glass ornaments in the same color family, and save the keepsake ornaments for another tree. It's an easy, affordable way to get a high-end feel, perfect for more formal living or dining spaces.
Flocked Elegance Christmas Tree
Flocked trees are back, and they're more gorgeous than ever. Layer in pretty ribbon and ornaments in cool silvers and warm golds, then flip on those twinkling white lights for the ultimate elegant effect.
Natural Elements Christmas Tree
It's easy to up your tree game, especially artificial ones, with some extra natural elements. Layer in fresh pine and eucalyptus with lights and ornaments for a soft, organic touch to holiday decor.
Metallic Shine Christmas Tree
Another effortless way to achieve elegance: Stick with a color scheme of silver, ivory, taupe and white, and let the green do the talking.
Upside-Down Christmas Tree
A trend that's taking the decor world by storm this season, upside-down trees can still be chic. Stick with a monochromatic color scheme, or skip the bling altogether, as shown. That tree, after all, is statement making on its own.
Nordic-Inspired Christmas Tree
Chunky knits, rustic details and pops of vintage red are just enough to turn any space the perfect shade of festive.