With Christmas around the corner, many homes are decorated with colorful and dazzling tree decorations. If you’re more of a traditionalist, red and green colours are a common Christmas pairing and a fantastic combination used. However, the Christmas shades this year are more imaginative than ever. With splashes of brilliant and nostalgic hues that are guaranteed to brighten your home.
Classic Red And White
Red and white is a classic Christmas combo that has a mix of a minimal and vintage look. This coordination reminds us of the Christmas candy cane, doesn’t it? This year, white Christmas trees are trendy and make the perfect canvas for red ornaments.
A blue Christmas tree is something unique and rare. The colour blue is a perfect choice as the colour itself signifies the winter season. Decorate your Christmas tree with shades of blue, from navy blues right up to the sky blues, and witness the cool-toned Christmas this year.
Pops Of Pink
Create a warm and whimsical atmosphere this year with blushes and soft pastels of pink Christmas decorations. Pink is a colour that reflects the giving nature of the Christmas season and brings the spirit of love, affection, and kindness. This could be the time to bring in the modern spin on the traditional Christmas colour theme by combining light green elements with delicate pink colours.
Rich Shades Of Green
Let’s leave out the red and fill the pine with shades of greens instead. Associated with nature, green has an innate calming quality that is welcome during the busy winter season.
A rainbow of joyful colours can perfectly capture the spirit of a joyous Christmas. Embrace this brilliant trend with a colourful Christmas tree designed for maximalists, or decorate your tree with a variety of your favourite ornaments and colouful Christmas lights.
Black And White
Black and white isn’t commonly associated with Christmas but styled well. A monochromatic palette can look sophisticated and seasonal.
Nostalgic Retro Colour
Vintage Christmas decorations are not only environmentally friendly but also nostalgic. If you’re looking to be more sustainable and cut costs this Christmas, utilize vintage ornaments that have served as the backdrop to family celebrations for decades.
What is your Christmas tree like this festive season?
Make final prep before the countdown and don’t forget to store those surprise gifts for your loved ones beneath the tree. Merry Christmas folks!