I usually design some themed Christmas trees this time of year (digitally, of course), and I'm sharing some new trees for this year's holiday season with you today.
In the past, I've done a rustic chic tree, a bohemian/global tree, a masculine tree, and a contemporary design tree. They're linked HERE, but don't expect to find live links. Just the ideas and the digital storyboards remain.
Unfortunately, those links typically die every year, since Christmas decor is seasonal and products get discontinued. So, instead of updating those and in honor of this tradition, I've done a few new ones. ;-)
I've included some top-to-toe random items for the tree....from ornaments, tree skirts, toppers, lights, gift wrap, and a few extra themed decor items.
It's almost time to start that holiday decorating!
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The first tree I have this year is a Woodsy Christmas tree.
I live in The Woodlands, TX. So, as I was looking at some ornaments, it just became obvious that there was a lot of woodsy type Christmas items that would make a lovely into-the-woods type Christmas tree.
I love the wood elements that are repeated, and the marriage of a natural theme with a bit of sophisticated sparkle.
It's woodsy....with style. :-)
Next, I have another Modern Design Christmas tree.
I just can't resist a beautiful, sleek modern look sometimes, especially during the holidays when things can get to a "more is more" state fast.
I just imagine myself sitting in my elegant, modern, minimalist high-rise apartment someday with my sparse, perfect noble fir, and a few of these lovely sleek ornaments dripping from my tree.
Lastly, I have the ever-so-popular style, farmhouse Christmas tree.
Yes, it was Joanna and Chip's last year doing their show up the road in Waco, so maybe an ode to the farmhouse look is good idea....before that style moves aside for the next trend???
Well, let's do it right and get a farmhouse tree to love right now. I've got a some farm animals, galvanized metal, and some other items that would look great on a rustic farmhouse tree.
Have you started thinking about holiday decorating yet?
I'm working on a few more of these, another Boho/Vintage tree and a Chinoiserie tree to name a few, so stay tuned!
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