There are a few different ways you can decorate a tree, but my step-by-step method has been developed over many years and these are my favourite ways to make a Christmas tree look both professional and lovely.
Let me show you how we created our blue, silver & rose gold Christmas tree, inspired by one of our favourite songs.
I will show you how to decorate your own rustic boho glam style tree with oversized pom-poms, natural elements like rustic floral picks, hand-painted ornaments, and neutral metallic colours for maximum charm potential.
The burlap ribbon & natural wood-look ornaments give this Christmas tree its rustic feel, while the pastel colors, golds and sparkling picks make it glamourous.
I added pastel colors, lots of glitter, a sparkly unicorn horn tree-topper, and of course unicorn ornaments. This tree will be a definite conversation starter piece!
I used furry garland, soft lights, the colors pink, silver, gold, and white, and some beautiful fairy ornaments to create the Christmas fairyland feel of this sweet little mini tree.
This one features all non-breakable ornaments and some fun, unique decorations that we made together. All the crafts and accents matched the turquoise, gold, silver, and white Christmas tree so perfectly.
For this tree, I stuck to simple, vintage-inspired ornaments. Handmade decorations like paper book-page stars and bows I made out of upholstery webbing and jute give this tree a very homey feel.
To create this minimalist Christmas tree, I simply wrapped pre-lit faux greenery and faux eucalyptus garlands around the base of the lamp. Some inexpensive, glittery Christmas ball ornaments hanging from the cage lamp shade finished the look.