In a perfect world, we’d all leave our Christmas trees up year-round. We have ornaments we made as children, plus others collection on family trips and even more gifted to one another.
I love a tree trimmed to the nines with giant ornaments, ribbon, lights, poinsettias—the works! That said, I’ll definitely still be swooning over others’ beautifully-curated decorations, including the 12 trees I rounded up below.
If colorful ornaments feel too harsh, opt for an all-white look a la Instagram user theblondeonabudget, who utilized white poinsettias, ornaments and even a white fur boa in lieu of traditonal garland. I’m a sucker for a pink and red color combo all year round, so I really love how Instagram user jenniferperkins decorated her tree.
It’s a bold choice, but one that feels intentional, not overdone or cheesy, thanks to the elevated ornaments. It pairs perfectly with all of our vintage pastel and candy colored ornaments and really makes everything so much more magical!” Rather than opt for a classic tree topper, Instagram user frappsandfrills went for a massive red and pink bow, which perfectly complimented the decor on her stair railing. She also used red ornaments of all different sizes and pink poinsettia flowers to give her tree a unique, festive-femme touch.
Instagram user our_home_interior_3 really upped the ante with these fluffy white faux snowballs, perfectly accented by pine cones and jet-black present boxes for contrast. “The candy-land theme fit perfectly for the space and I love how it turned out!
For a classic aesthetic with a frosty touch, Instagram user sunnygacharm paired her flocked Christmas tree with green, white and metallic ornaments for a still-festive color scheme that leans more earthy and neutral. She used a silver faux tree so the green didn’t contrast, and even had a little nutcracker guarding it at its base.
Instagram user carlyspinkfairytale‘s tree is so pretty, I’d be tempted to leave it up all year long.