Give your frosted tree a splash of color with red, silver and burgundy ball ornaments. Adding berry picks and rose ornaments bring out a colorful, natural bloom to your tree and creating a topper with Christmas berry picks makes for a lively conversation piece.
Metallic and Merry
Show your Christmas spirit with this striking blend of metallic and white decorations on a fir tree. Try out two-toned metallic pinecone ornaments to bring a wintry feel indoors without the cold temperatures.
Candy Cane Inspired
Sweeten up your Christmas tree with candy cane inspired ribbons and large red, white and silver ornaments. The color scheme is complimented by LED lighted spheres at the tree base to appeal to your eye and sweet tooth.
For a festive, contemporary look, add some fun shapes and textures to your pre-lit tree. Colorful yarn ornaments, along with llama and bear shapes, give your Christmas tree a fun and funky style.
Silver and Gold Shimmer
Take a sophisticated artificial flocked white tree and really make it shine with metallic copper, silver, gold and pink mercury glass ornaments.
Give traditional Christmas tree decor an unexpected twist with lighted red lanterns. Round out a Christmas corner in the living room with wall stars, a Noel sign and stockings hung from a vintage sled.
If you don’t have enough space for a big Christmas tree (or even if you don’t have a lot of ornaments), a live tabletop tree is the perfect solution. Place in a pretty pot and decorate with your best ornaments. To really make it pop, go with one dominant ornament color.
For a more rustic take on the trimmings, decorate a live Christmas tree with large-scale ornaments and a mix of pinecones, berry and birch picks and woodland creature ornaments—group a collection of picks as a surprising tree topper.
Set up a full-size Christmas tree in a high-profile spot and go to town. Start with silvery picks as a tree topper and loops of crystal garland, then add ornaments, including traditional balls and wispy see-through shapes.
Make a big statement with a tabletop Christmas tree in the entry. Skip the tangle of cords and let classic ornaments be the wow factor. Top the tree with an oversize ornament and ribbon, scatter more ornaments under the tree, and add fresh blooms in floral tubes for a bright welcome.
Make your Christmas tree look like it was designed by a pro. With unexpected ornament ideas, creative colors or themed looks, any Christmas tree can be the star of the Christmas show.
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