Are you starting to think about decorating your tree for Christmas this year? Today I’ve gathered some of my favorite and most unique Christmas Tree Ideas to help me plan my tree decorating for 2022, and I thought you might also like to see the ideas.
What Christmas Tree Style Do You Like?
There are so many options for decorating a Christmas Tree, and I love them all. So today, I’m sharing several different styles to help you choose which type you want for 2022.
Do you prefer a neutral tree, traditional red & white decorations, vintage inspired Christmas Tree, or something a little different and unique?
Today I’m breaking down the different styles and giving you some great examples of each.
Let’s get started.
Neutral Christmas Tree Ideas
First, let’s look at the neutral Christmas Tree Idea.
Neutral packages under the trees are usually wrapped in brown or white craft paper.
Many trees will have snow flocking the branches for a winter wonderland feel.
This polar bear and owl tree is stunning.
Last year I decorated the flocked tree with gold and silver, plus added woodland-themed ornaments for our loft Christmas tree.
My husband and I made the DIY tree container stand as a replica of our vintage grape hod that we use for our downstairs tree each Christmas.
Here is a close up of a neutral woodland decorated Christmas tree.
Several neutral trees are adorned with gold and silver ornaments, and these neutral poinsettias are stunning.
As well as packages with white, gold, and silver details
This tree is filled with white and green for a unique twist on a neutral tree.
Vintage Inspired Christmas Trees
My favorite Christmas decor always has a vintage feel. So it’s no surprise that I love to decorate my Christmas Tree with a vintage vibe.
My most pinned image on Pinterest is this tree decorated with nothing but vintage shiny brites.
You can see more about my favorite vintage Christmas decor.
I love a fat Christmas tree and these pearl ice icicles feels very nostalgic.
A vintage tree topper along with vintage ornaments bring back memories of Christmas past.
Icicles give this tree it’s vintage appeal.
A vintage silver metallic tree filled with shiny brites for a mid-century Christmas vibe.
Red and White Trees with a Vintage Vibe
When I think of Christmas, red is the first color that comes to mind. Therefore, I use a lot of red during the holidays.
The frosted Christmas Tree is filled with vintage red shiny brite ornaments, and the branches are laden with frosted red berries.
In keeping with the red and white theme, the packages are wrapped in red craft paper with white bows.
Vintage Christmas At The Ponds was my 2020 Christmas Decor.
The oversized letters and vintage sleigh also add a vintage vibe to this red and white tree.
A traditional red and white with a rustic twist. The quilt tree skirt adds the perfect touch.
More Red & White Christmas Trees
Here are some beautiful red and white creations.
Seeing double is twice as enjoyable.
Enjoying a tree outdoors is an unexpected delight during the holidays.
Traditional Christmas Trees
I feel a traditional Christmas tree is filled with family ornaments collected for years. The following trees hold family treasures, handmade ornaments, and lots of memories.
If you love family traditions and ornaments that tell a story, you will love the following Christmas Tree Ideas.
Express Yourself with Unique Tree Ideas
Check out these unique Christmas Tree Ideas that will surprise your family and friends.
The DIY Shiplap Tree began as a Christmas Tree but has evolved into a seasonal tree that we decorate with birdhouses in the spring and red birds at Christmas.
Want an industrial Christmas Tree, this could be for you.
Such a great idea for book lovers! This would be cute with vintage children’s books or mini books for a smaller version.
Both of these unique trees will catch your attention for sure.
I wouldn’t know where to begin, but it sure is creative. LOL
A Bare Tree
Now to completely make your head spin, let’s look at some minimalist options for Christmas Decorating.
What about a tree with no decorations?
A simple tree within a minimally decorated home.
Simple pinecones and twinkle lights grace this almost bare tree.
This Charlie Brown Christmas tree is perfect with the tiny stars and abundance of twinkle lights.
Without a single ornament or light, this tree is still beautiful.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed the variety of Christmas Tree Ideas I shared and found some helpful ideas for this year’s decorating.
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