Just like that, 2020 is quickly coming to its end. You know what that means: it’s the time of the year once again. Phew! What a roller-coaster ride it has been.
Despite the ongoing pandemic brought about by COVID-19, Christmas traditions of decorating our homes seem unshakable. In fact, designers still offer new creative options that will bring your Christmas trees to life — giving light and hope to our homes and creating a buoyant style that the whole family will love.
If you are still thinking of a fresh way to perk up your long-stored tree, you’ve just reached the perfect realm of design, where you can find some gorgeous ideas to get you inspired in putting up a dazzling holiday decor at home.
Here are a few IG-worthy themes to keep an eye on for your holiday tree this year:
Grandmillennials are characterised as the mid-20s to the late-30s generation who references the legendary, classic designs while adding their own fresh spin to them for a unique update. As we in a modern millennial world, it would be fun to exhibit a theme that reflects our generation. This theme is grandmillennial-inspired, dressed up with a blend of classic ornaments and a contemporary touch of velvet bow as a topper.
Pretty in Plaid
If you want to keep a classic seasonal pattern this year, plaid is perfect for a fail-safe Christmas decor that ups the nostalgia factor. Decorate your tree with two-toned plaid bows complementing the ribbons of your gift stash underneath.
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Ice Cream Chillin’
Can’t get enough of BLACKPINK’s coolest song collaboration with Selena Gomez? OMG, same here! One of the sweetest ways to express your K-soul this Christmas is by decking your trees with ice cream galore. This winter season needs more chilling, so let your blush pink tree out and fill it with glitter snowballs and colourful ice cream cone ornaments and you’ll have it looking good enough to eat.
Why spend your holiday on the beach if you can bring the underwater beauty indoors? If you have your collection of seashells, you can turn them into ornaments that will give your Christmas tree a whimsical vibe. What better way is there than finishing the look with a mermaid tree topper?
White and Bright
Any white and gold spruce will serve as a perfect wintry centrepiece in your living area. The best thing about these calm shades is that they give off that fresh snow sparkle even with the lights off. Top your tree with a sparkling mirrored star for a glacial vibe. A rustic sleigh would be a nice accent on the side.
Rose Gold Perfection
The rose gold trend is far from over and we could say that it’s the new black not just in fashion but in other contexts too. For instance, a rose gold Christmas tree will give your holiday a soft and sophisticated look. You can take advantage of its subtleties and feminity by creating a bohemian-looking Christmas tree that is beautifully adorned with sheer flowers, embellished ball ornaments, and golden berries.
Covering your entire tree with lots and lots of technicolour ornaments doesn’t always give you what you want. Sometimes, less is more. You just need to embrace the natural beauty of your tree and let it speak for itself. For a fresh and ultra-minimalist look, lightly adorn your tree with natural pine cones and fairy lights. A snow-flurry tree skirt will help create a lifelike winter forest.