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10 Elegant Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas We Love

10- Christmas Tree Decorations We Love

These designer Christmas trees are nothing short of showstopping! Get inspired by these beauties with this list of elegant Christmas trees we love.

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Navy, Silver and Gold Christmas Tree
For a modern, bold and untraditional look, consider a navy, silver and gold Christmas tree like this one by Tamara of Citrine Living. We love how the pops of royal blue contrast the metallics, and how she tied it in to the rest of her holiday decor.

A Pumpkin and a Princess Rustic Silver Gold Dream Tree

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Gold and Silver Beauty
Afraid to mix metals? You absolutely can on your Christmas tree! This gold and silver tree from A Pumpkin and a Princess embraces the winter wonderland feel. The neutrals play well together for an overall look that’s full of shimmer, and plenty of glam.

Another take on the gold and silver Christmas tree comes from Randi Garrett Design. This elegant Christmas tree beautifully mixes oversize ornaments with glam bows.

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Multiplicity
Who said one tree is enough? Rachel Parcell from Pink Peonies proves that things are better in threes! The two smaller trees are equal in size and surround the larger statement-making center tree. Decorating them all the same makes for a cohesive look and feel.

Craftberry Bush Red blue gold christmas tree

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Red, Blue and Gold Christmas Tree
For a classic yet elegant Christmas tree idea, we love this red, blue and gold Christmas tree theme from Craftberry Bush. The traditional plaid elements mixed in with red, navy and metallic gold make a beautiful contrast that truly stands out.

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The B&W Christmas Tree
You may not think of black when it comes to Christmas decor, but Stephanie Sterjovski at SS Life & Style proves a black and white Christmas tree is elegant, modern and chic. To pull off this look, make white the dominant color and use black as an edgy contrast mixed in.

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Pretty in Pink
If you love a feminine feel, you’ll adore this blush pink Christmas tree by The Pink Dream. While it definitely has a girly-girl vibe, it’s nothing short of elegant in its design. Multiple shades of pink play well with metallics and a flocked Christmas tree.

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Modern and Minimal
While Christmas trees tend to be over-the-top, a modern and minimal tree like this one from Home Oh My can be just as elegant as its over-decorated counterpart. Keep things light, and let the tree do the talking with this design style. This understated look works best with a beautiful basket and neutral decor elements.

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Traditional Trimmings
A classic Christmas tree never goes out of style! And a red and white Christmas tree is always a beautiful choice. We love the way this one from A Pretty Life in the Suburbs is decorated and it’s giving us all the holiday feels.

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Flocked Christmas Tree
Prefer your Christmas tree to have a snowy touch? A flocked Christmas tree may be for you, like this elegant Christmas tree idea from Emily Jackson at Ivory Lane. To get this designer Christmas tree look, select just a few ornament styles to incorporate into your tree.

Shabby fufu holiday season christmas tree decorating white

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Dreaming of a White Christmas
When it comes to holiday decorating, choosing to go the all-white route may very well be an exercise in restraint. But the result is absolutely elegant and gorgeous. Keep the theme by decorating the rest of your home in all-white Christmas decor for a beautiful look like this one by Janet from Shabbyfufu.

How to Decorate Your Christmas Tree Like a Pro

1. It all starts with the tree

Choose a quality faux tree or a very full real one.

2. Decide on a color scheme or theme

Use the above for inspiration!

3. Stick to clear lights

Also make sure they’re evenly placed.

4. Think big

Oversize ornaments are always a good idea!

5. Buy picks

You can cluster these together for visual appeal.

6. Group your ornaments

Pair them in groups of three for visual interest.

7. Add a personal touch

Don’t forget to add in those family ornaments, heirlooms and homemade pieces!

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