I’m very much a red, green and gold and heavy on the Victorian accents gal for Christmas but that doesn’t stop me admiring and appreciating non-traditional décor themes. I just love Christmas so much and love to see homes decorated in all sorts of fabulous ways for the Holidays. I’m bringing you some great Holiday décor schemes – most will be trees, because after all, for most of us, the tree is the main focus.
Turquoise is a great modern Christmas color.
What I love about this is how the color scheme is extended to under the tree. (Something I like to do too.)
This tree and its colors would certainly be a talking point.
Fabulous. It looks like an explosion in a candy store.
So clever and so eye-catching.
Brown is an unusual color for Christmas décor but it looks so natural. This would go great in a room decorated in earth tones and neutrals.
Doesn’t this just shout “Frozen”?
It’s fresh. It’s crisp. It’s pretty.
There’s a definite retro feel to this and I think the minimalist tree décor really helps that.
Want to give Christmas a bold twist this year? This is a glamorous look. Don’t you think?
Have this color and hope for those special blue boxes under the tree ^_^
A delight for the countryside lover.
This is a very clever way to match your Christmas décor with your room décor.
All I can say to this whole theme and room is WOW!
The gold acts as a great accent to the bright pinks and turquoises.
Bring a touch of glitz and glamour to your Holiday home.
Muted colors are key to creating a shabby chic theme.
If you want to make a big thing of Baby’s first Christmas here’s your inspiration
Using a white tree really makes the colors pop. It would be nice on a green/other tree but the white works extremely well.
Sounds and looks good enough to eat.
White is magical even in a neutral room.
It may look like a bottle of Pepto Bismol but what’s Christmas without a lot of schmaltz?
Why shouldn’t Christmas trees follow our favorite trends?
Of course, this depends on being able to find a black tree.
Blue isn’t such a non-traditional color but you can make a real showpiece when you combine it with silver.
The black gives a classic combo a new dimension.
I think this is my favorite pink one.
Christmas isn’t the same without all sorts of the smaller orange fruit types so why shouldn’t they be inspiration for your tree color?
You get a rustic feel to your tree when you use burlap.
Roll that around your tongue. What color you having this year? Really? I’m having peacock and copper!
With such a gorgeous colored tree you can use clear baubles to great effect.
Classy and statement-making.
I’m dreaming of a green Christmas...
All pretty gorgeous aren’t they? Which is your favorite? What color are you having this year?
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