With the Holiday season already upon us, it may be hard to come up with an exciting new theme for your tree and home decor. We’ve curated 15 favorite traditional tree designs for you to peruse and gain ideas for your holiday festivities.
Though an all white tree may not be too traditional, but this Nightmare Before Christmas tree is a wonderful festive option for something not your typical red and green combo.
A giant natural tree can be a glorious installation in an entryway with a monochromatic color scheme to make it less about ornamentation and more about the grandeur of it all.
What about covering the entire tree until you can’t see any more of the branches? This over the top Christmas tree is a perfect example.
Apply the same idea to a perfectly girly pink and purple tree with just a bit of foliage peeking through.
A winter wonderland Christmas tree can be made more themed with the addition of props and items like ice skates.
Even tiny trees can make a statement in a stark all white room. The wicker basket keeps things rustic and the simple ornaments complement the simplicity of the space.
Another over the top tree filled with bows, typography, large ornaments, glitter, florals and plenty of festive colors.
Why not make a snowman out of your Christmas tree?
Rich, gem tones are the perfect addition to a tree and the meaningful homemade word ornaments are just another great addition to this tree!
Family photos adorn this wide Christmas tree.
Another take on family photos: silhouette Christmas tree ornaments. A chic and classic design that can be added to as your family grows!
Of course Betsey Johnson and her overly girly taste makes the list with variations of boas, glitter and crowns gracing her tree’s branches.
A tiny soft pink tree is gifted with gingerbread style heart ornaments.
Just like frosty, this tulle wrapped tree gets a Santa Claus makeover with a belt and all.
Take a mardi gras approach or a view that’s more tailored to your hometown, ethnicity or rich family history.