Whether you want a Christmas tree to wow your guests over the festive season or you prefer to create something that will look good on your Instagram feed, it’s worth taking note of the key trends in Christmas decorations for your tree this December.
Who doesn’t love a great Christmas get-together? This trend draws inspiration from lively festive gatherings, with bright lights, bold colours and glitter. The sequins, stars and neon lights of this trend ensure an eye-catching tree this winter.
Back to nature
Reminiscent of a beautiful, natural garden, this trend features lots of green and neutral shades, with the odd pop of bronze or gold to brighten things up. Key shapes include garden fauna such as birds or hedgehogs, as well as flora such as leaves, pine cones or mushrooms.
It’s back to the nursery for this child-like Christmas tree trend, and it sees all sorts of jolly childhood icons such as unicorns, flamingos and dinosaurs as well as jungle animals and lots of Father Christmas-shaped baubles.
It’s not too often that a white Christmas is actually recorded in Britain, but you can make sure your Christmas is all white by embracing this trend that brings to mind a snowy landscape. White, frosted and metallic baubles are spot on for recreating this look, with snowflake and icicle lights and decorations adding to the snowy feel.
Back in time
Traditional style decorations are also big news this winter. Think lots of round, red baubles and classic pieces such as gingerbread men, candy canes and spheres decorated with robins.