Christmas Tree Decoration Ideas for 2019-2020

Christmas Tree Decoration Ideas for 2019-2020

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It’s only 35 days to Christmas…! The holiday season has just began. People are going ahead with home and/or store decorating since last weekend. As a matter of fact the angel lights at London’s Regent Street lit up last Thursday. So I think that this is a good time to share with you some gorgeous Christmas tree ideas, that will surely get you into the holiday spirit too.

A wheel cart decorated with Christmas trees and plants at Covent Garden's square in London.

While in London, I took this snapshot at Covent Garden. These wheel carts where to be found all across the perimeter of the square.

View of the walkway towards Covent Garden's Halls with Christmas decorations around and plenty of walking by people.

On my way to Covent Garden, London.

The angels on Regent Street London have lit up again for the holiday season. Image by Velvet.

The angels of Regent Street, London.

Let me kick off with my favorite image. It is a green tree covered in lots of fake snow and decorated with deep burgundy baubles in different textures, joined by a handful of golden baubles as an accent. I love the pine cones for that organic feel they add on and the stuffed polar bear up on the top. I think that’s a cute twist. It all looks very sophisticated yet, its low key style is well balanced and warm.

A Christmas tree looking chic and minimal with burgundy baubles. Image via Next.

Next. A dreamy Christmas tree styled in a chic, minimal way. Take note how rich it looks although it bears not too many ornaments.

Now, check out the following tree. It also has a similar color scheme, yet it looks really different because it has no snow! However, it looks just as sophisticated and warm.

A green Christmas tree with deep rusty decorations - warm and inviting. Image via John Lewis & Partners.

John Lewis & Partners.

The next tree is somewhat different, mainly because of its color scheme – blush pink baubles with copper and white accents. It looks well poised and lush. It is great if you’re into that urban chic style oozing modern glamour with a traditional twist! (I hope that makes sense)!

A beautifully styled Christmas tree with blush pink baubles. Image via John Lewis.

John Lewis.

Naturally, there will always be fans of the next two classic schemes: the good old white and gold color palettes. Hence, these next two ideas are dedicated to them.

An almost white Christmas tree decorated with white and gold baubles. A real classic option. Image via Amara.

Amara.

How timeless is the all gold decoration on a green Christmas tree? Image via Amara.

Amara.

Since silver is also another beloved neutral meta, it sure has its share of fans too. So here’s to some the all silver Christmas tree decorations with a hint of blue for a twist.

An all silver Christmas tree. How delightful! Image via Argos.

Argos. White and silver, silver and white for that Nordic feel!

Another green Christmas tree with silver decorations and a very soft vibe to it. It looks perfect in this attic bedroom. Image via Dunelm.

Dunelm. Do you feel the “softness” of this decorated Christmas tree. It is a lot less formal, without looking “poor.”

The next idea is a great alternative to the traditional Christmas tree. It is an iron tree wood rack and the best part of it is that you could have it around for much longer than the holiday season.

A great idea: an iron tree wood rack instead of the conventional bucket or Christmas tree. Image via John Lewis and Partners.

John Lewis & Partners. Iron tree wood rack.

Since I brought up an alternative Christmas tree, tell me what you think of the following. It’s got a Rock n’ Roll vibe to it or what?! Take note of that cassette hanging from the tree. (I bet none of the youngsters today have seen a real one). All the same, I think it is the kind of tree that can make a great statement.

A Christmas tree with a rock n' roll vibe! Image via John Lewis & Partners.

John Lewis & Partners.

Wrapping it up with one more Christmas tree idea that is meant for all those who embrace the traditional red and green color combination. It is my all time favorite combination that can never go wrong.

Gold and red decorations for a green Christmas tree. Traditional yet timeless. Image via Dunelm.

Dunelm.

Yours,

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