Christmas Tree Trends 2021: The Top Colors and Decorations to Use

 

Discover the latest ways to trim your tree, including playful pastels, modern metallics, and natural Nordic. Which Christmas tree trend and color scheme will you choose this year?

Decorating the Christmas tree is a favorite holiday activity. Maybe this year, you want to shake up your festive style but need some inspiration. Perhaps you’re longing to update your tree but can’t justify buying new ornaments. The Christmas tree trends for 2021 feature unexpected styles alongside imaginative ways to use your existing decorations. Take a peek at the top trends below!  

Pastel Whimsy

Sugary shades and vintage designs characterize this tree trend. Done right, it’s a grown-up look that sparks joyful memories of childhood Christmases. Start with a faux frosted tree then layer pastel-colored bows with shimmering, retro ornaments and twinkling lights. This pretty look will make Christmas magical!

All That Glitters

Break the style rules and mix gold and silver together on your tree, adding a sprinkling of glitter for good measure. Keep the look chic with simple metallic balls and warm, glowing string lights. This is the contemporary way to do festive glamour and a real show-stopper look.

Scandi Simplicity

Texture is key to making this minimalist style feel cozy and inviting. A real tree will invite the wonderful scent of Christmas into your home; trim it with balls in natural materials and muted colors. A rattan tree skirt will look charming, while warm-toned lights will create atmosphere. You’ll have your very own indoor winter wonderland. 

Natural and Sustainable

Have yourself an eco-friendly Christmas, by decorating with sustainable materials and upcycling your existing decorations. Craft festive paper chains from old gift wrap or make a popcorn garland. Revamp your ornaments with a lick of paint to save buying new ones. Gather twigs from your garden to make hanging stars. It’s easy to have a green Christmas!

Which Christmas tree trend will you try this year? Don’t forget your matching Christmas signs from our collection!

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