Many homeowners fall into a rut when it comes to decorating their Christmas trees. They use the same ornaments, lights, and ribbon every year. While decorating your Christmas tree with ornaments that hold special memories such as the birth of a child or a family vacation is a wonderful way to make Christmas more meaningful, you can still change up the style of your Christmas tree without losing any memories. Not sure what theme you want your Christmas tree to have? We found six of the most unique and creative ways to decorate a tree to get your inspiration flowing.
Ombre Christmas Tree
While you may think the ombre fad is fading, this creative and unique ombre Christmas tree will be stylish for years to come. With a white to black ombre theme, this tree is elegant, eye-catching, and simply gorgeous.
Rustic and Repurposed Christmas Tree
Whether you live in the country or enjoy living a simple life, your Christmas tree can reflect your personality easily if you use rustic and repurposed items as decorations. License plates, burlap, and ornaments made out of twigs and other natural materials will make your tree and your living room cozy and casual.
Upside Down Christmas Tree
If you’re looking for a truly different way to display your tree this year, opt for the upside-down Christmas tree. This space-saving tree is perfect for small rooms. It’s also perfect if you have a lot of oversized presents to fit under your tree!
Patriotic Christmas Tree
When one of your loved ones is in the military, you want to show your support any way you can. An easy way to do that is by decorating your Christmas tree with red, white, and blue. A patriotic Christmas tree shows your love and support for all of the troops serving our country.
Santa Christmas Tree
Jolly Old Saint Nick will be sure to let out a "Ho, Ho, Ho!" and leave you something extra special when he sees this Santa Christmas tree. It’s the perfect way to show Santa how much you appreciate the hard work he does during the holiday season.
Snowman Christmas Tree
When you live in an area that doesn’t get snow for the holidays, you miss out on making snow angels, having snowball fights, and making snowmen. Fortunately, you can use your Christmas tree to make your own indoor snowman!