It is a season that brings milk, cookies, eggnog, gifts, family, friends, and many parties. Indeed, it is a time where we wind down, look at the past year and give thanks for everything. We are happy to participate in the many rituals that are present during the wonderful Christmas season.
One of the best traditions is that of shopping for an amazing Christmas tree in the local area. Going out to search in our local forests or tree farm makes our choice personal and rewarding. We want this Christmas tree because it will provide us with great joy and mirth. The tree searching and chopping helps us to bond with our family and connect with nature. Of course, with a Christmas tree, we will also have two more elements, lights and gifts!
But decorating the tree and personalizing it with our own ideas makes our tree a one-of-a-kind statement to the holiday. We can always go with the simple decorations as preferred in the past. At the same time, we can seek to switch it up and make this holiday extreme and different from the past. It will also make the season more exciting to get a bit more creative with our decorations!
Feel free to add a little bit of your unique style to your Christmas tree this wonderful holiday season. Here are a few ideas to genuinely spruce up your home this Christmas season.
Go with a Magical Waterworld Theme
We all love water and magic. How about we combine both of them and add them to our Christmas tree this winter season? We mean to get some beautiful shells, some translucent tendrils, and other wonderful aquatic items to enrich your tree. Adding a natural nostalgic touch of the sea will make your tree transitional to a different level of decor. The aquatic look is sure to please and transfix those who enter into your home and have the chance to behold your really special Christmas tree!
Get Really Merry
It is a time to be merry, right? So why not go with a winter wonderland theme? It is a classic but it is one that enables you to integrate various snow oriented themes. This is a theme that helps you to immerse yourself in joy! Use miniatures of all the snow memories as a childhood. Remember sleighs, toboggans, snowmen, skaters and skiers? Bring in all those memories to your tree. D-I-Y your decorations to really make them pop.
Become One with Nature
Do you seek to go more natural with your decorations? Well that makes quite a bit of sense. You already went out and purchased a natural tree, why not add more earthy tones? It would be best to add more woodland items. Add natural looking faux candle type lights, real greenery, garland, berries and popcorn for a real old fashion look and feel. This woodland theme will help you feel warm and related to your past family history.
A Sugary Treat!
We know that everyone appreciates candy canes so go with a more sugary decoration. You can get a little sweeter by adding hints of candy canes, gingerbread and adding jewel grape palettes. Of course, we want to make sure to add beautiful accents of gold and other classics like silver, too! Many Christmas cookie designs are available in stores to avoid, perhaps real sugar cookie disasters with uninvited guests. This design calls for more metallic ornaments as well as those that deal with paper as well! This design brings about the original tree decor from our decades past.
Go with A Serene Look!
There are more individuals that are going with a more minimalist lifestyle. Go with simple neutral colors, and add specific elements that stand out. The idea is to not go overboard but to have the right amount to be in line with the holiday season.
The North Star
We all love the stars and the stars were critical in biblical times as well. If you are looking to go with a more cosmic look, obtain a darker, richer tree. Then add gold stars strategically all over your tree! A few cylindrical gold baubles will add rich contrast to the tree as well! This tree look is a reach into the planetary atmosphere where the most adventurous boldly go. Finally, top it off with a silver star!
Whichever decorator style you choose, make it an extraordinary adventure into your personal statement on what your Christmas tree means to you.
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