Christmas tree is something which is much adorned in the holiday season. There are a lot of ways to make it stunning.
Trim your tree with these unique DIY projects and design tips from holiday decorating pros that we have gathered. With these Christmas tree decorating ideas, you are able to create a gorgeous decoration for your home.
Make a statement with your tree topper — literally. Use wood letters in bright seasonal colors to easily create . . .
“Update pinecones with holiday flair by lightly misting with white spray paint along the entire body until . . .
Visit your local craft store for a variety of silk flowers, like these rich red garden roses, peonies, hydrangea and gerbera daisies. Mold the flowers into . . .
Donna Williams of Funky Junk Interiors decorated her tree with household items for a vintage look. The garland is . . .
Live in an apartment or loft with holiday decorating restrictions? Bring the bling to your tree in . . .
When deciding on the perfect decor for your Christmas tree, snag inspiration from the room . . .
Tired of the same old tree skirt? Try this cute DIY alternative, instead. Cut your fabric of choice into . . .
Pack a big holiday punch into smaller rooms by grouping thinner, medium-sized trees together . . .
Show off the vibrancy of a bold-hued artificial tree by trimming it with ornaments in similar . . .
Transform your family’s special memories into beautiful ornaments. Snap photos on vacations, during major life events and . . .
Eliminate a step from your tree decorating routine by combining garland and lights. Choose several . . .
Create a fun, eclectic design by tying ribbon to your tree’s branches. Place pieces close together in . . .
Re-purpose last year’s Christmas cards into a festive and meaningful tree garland . . .
A family’s backyard playhouse is converted into a festive escape for the holidays . . .
Mix it up this year by replacing your usual tree skirt with a re-purposed container such as . . .
If you aren’t a huge fan of white Christmas trees, but still want to try a neutral approach . . .
This darling tiny tree fits perfectly on a tabletop display. Cookie cutters in dove . . .
Brightly colored trees make a great base for outside-the-box decorating themes . . .
Can’t get away this Christmas? Transform your home into a luxurious vacation spot with ornaments and . . .
Match your tree to your gift wrap or vice versa. Designer Laurie March created a bright . . .
Make Christmas cleanup a breeze by keeping decor to a minimum like Fixer Upper’s Joanna Gaines did . . .
Amp up the personality with a handful of oversized ornaments, like these DIY felt poinsettias. Create graphic focal points by . . .
“A designer trick for adding depth to your Christmas tree decor is to cluster similar ornaments together then hang them inside . . .
Start a new family tradition by turning your tree into a beautiful, vintage Advent calendar. This handmade garland version is made from . . .
When you think of classic Christmas decor, you are likely picturing the rustic simplicity . . .
Glam up your holiday decor with a flashy and fun Hollywood-inspired tree. Trimmed with mini gold sunburst mirrors . . .
Tired of untangling yards and yards of string lights? Toss the twinkle lights and up the drama with . . .
HGTV Dream Home designer, Brian Patrick Flynn, filled the branches of this snowy, oversized tree with adorable stuffed owls . . .
Put all of this year’s leftover yarn to good use with easy-to-make yarn ball ornaments . . .
Channel your inner Morticia Addams with a spooky yet stylish tree you can decorate . . .
Give your tree a pretty, rustic look by up-cycling an old galvanized bucket into . . .
Bright, cheery neutrals are a great fit in almost any interior design, making them ideal for holiday decorating. This crisp . . .
Celebrate the winter season with a nature-inspired Christmas tree. Dried fruit, spices and other natural materials . . .
Atlanta-based designer, Kelly Page, trimmed this gorgeous, flocked tree with silky blue ribbon . . .
You no longer have to choose between displaying sentimental handmade ornaments and a well-designed tree . . .
Let your tree skirt do all the talking. Balance a bold tree skirt, like this beautiful Nordic-inspired design . . .
Keep your gaggle of grands excited and entertained with a tree trimmed in mini stocking garland. Add each child’s name to . . .
Who says your Christmas tree has to stay put? A galvanized bucket on casters makes a stylish tree container . . .
Add a sweet touch to your tree with holiday candy. To get this whimsical look, use packaged candy with a long shelf life, such as . . .
A galvanized washtub and old baby buggy make a mobile base for this adorable . . .
The natural textures, wood tones and overall color scheme of this modern tree make it look . . .
A mini tree is a great way to get the kiddos involved this Christmas. After you’ve finished . . .
Deck out your tree in America’s hues: red, white and blue. In 2013, this beautiful evergreen sat . . .
Pro tip: Pair your ribbon with garland or trim in a complementary color and contrasting texture . . .
Don’t feel constrained by traditional decor choices. Add personality with off-beat and fun elements . . .
To mimic the bright blue-green hue of peacock feathers, designer Meg Caswell spray-painted the tips . . .
Tinsel is a great way to incorporate sparkle and interest into any tree design. To recreate the subtle charm . . .
Make a graphic visual statement with matte ornaments in every color of the rainbow . . .
Put your passions on display in style. Love Steampunk? Transform vintage and industrial knickknacks into . . .
Swap traditional ribbon garland for stylish strands of skinny gold and silver beaded garland . . .
Pets LOVE to play with (read: destroy) Christmas trees. Thankfully, there are some tips you can follow to help keep your pets safe . . .
A playful garland and large, graphic banner are all you need to create a statement tree . . .
Even if you don’t embrace color in your everyday decorating, Christmas is the one time of year you can go overboard . . .
Fixer Upper’s Joanna Gaines adorned this lush tree . . .
Whether your home is traditional, contemporary or shabby chic, choose a tree color . . .
This year, ditch the strenuous strands of standard twinkle lights and opt instead for . . .
This year’s hottest tree trend? Gorgeous green branches coated in snowy white . . .
A crisp white setting is the perfect backdrop to citrus-inspired pops of color in this cheery living room . . .
Some old quilts are too fragile or tattered to use as bedding, but they’re too precious . . .
Mix trendy with traditional. Classic silver and gold ornaments and beaded garland complement . . .
Recreate the look and feel of a snowy wonderland by trimming your flocked tree in ice blue . . .
Nothing says “festive holiday” quite like a set of properly placed pom-poms. We’re jumping for joy over . . .
For a simple and quick Christmas decorating solution, transform your tree into a fun holiday character, like this adorable snowman . . .
Handcrafted ornaments aren’t just for kids. This tree features pretty yet simple ornaments fashioned from twigs . . .
For a contemporary home full of solid colors, clean lines and bright light, a Christmas tree decorated in a modern black and . . .
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