On this last day of the year, I have a special post for you. As we are in the process of wrapping up this Christmas season, now is a great time to plan ahead for next year! Not only am I sharing my favorite Christmas Trees of 2019 today, but I am also going to give you some suggestions to help you be more prepared for next year! I started this tradition last year. Because it was so well received, I decided to put together another list this year.
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Let’s start with the fun part…seeing all of these amazing trees! So many of these trees are from some of my favorite bloggers, which made putting this together so fun! This year, I am grouping them by color schemes.
I am starting with one of Jennifer’s trees of Decor Gold Designs. She was one of the first bloggers I started following and she never disappoints! She always does such a great job of coordinating her trees with the decor of her beautiful spaces! To see the whole post of her Dreamy New Christmas Tree that she created for her dining room, click HERE.
Any Christmas Tree favorites list should absolutely include the gorgeous designs by Randi Garrett. She was also one of the first bloggers I followed and she always delivers such stunning inspirations for her readers. You can see all of the glory of her Christmas decorations in her Oh Holy Night Christmas Home Tour.
Shauna of The House of Silver Lining is another master of Christmas Trees. She just built an amazing new home nearby in Colorado Springs, Colorado that you must see! I absolutely adore how this tree is exploding with ball ornaments!! So festive for Christmas!
This is the same tree in her living room last year. I thought it might be nice for you to see it in another area.
I really appreciate classic and simple trees like Shauna’s, which is precisely why Karen’s made my favorites list. Karen of Sanctuary Home Decor and I found each other on Instagram and she is definitely one to follow. Not only is she so talented and generous to share her two homes with us, but she has such a kind heart! The way she uses the copper and burgundy tones here is so warm and cozy.
If you follow any other bloggers in our space, then you MUST know Yvonne of StoneGable. She has been such an inspiration to me in the early days of this blogging journey. She just moved into a new home and this is the first tree she put together in her new living area. I was so excited to see what she would do this year and it is just so lovely.
I absolutely love seeing Christmas trees decorated with the traditional colors of Christmas. I would consider that to be reds, greens, and blues. There are so many beautiful trees this season featuring combinations of these colors.
Now, moving on to Kelley Nan! She has created so many magical trees throughout the years! Kelley does an amazing job with her use of ribbons. For this tree in her living room, she used four different styles and colors of ribbon and it creates such amazing texture. This year, she decorated her home and her trees with a tartan plaid theme and I just love it!
If you enjoy a tree with a red theme, then you will LOVE this one as much as I do! Chelsea of Two Twenty One did an amazing job with this tree. The pops of red are divine and so festive for Christmas.
Here is another red one to love! If you are not following Micheal of Inspired by Charm, you are just missing out. Whether it is a recipe, a party idea, home or holiday decor, everything he touches is gold! His Cozy Lodge Christmas Tree is so magazine-worthy and would be perfect for any mountain home!
Two of his amazing trees made my list this year! I cannot wait for you to see this one! I am showing it to you with the lights off and on…
One of my blogging besties, Holly of Home with Holly J (isn’t it funny that we have the same name…I am also Holly J!) also put together a gorgeous tree with a similar color palette and it is another favorite!
This Christmas tree is a perfect example of how to coordinate the design with the color palette in the rest of the room!
If you prefer a more minimalist, modern look, then you will love this beautiful tree featuring blue and green tones. My friend, Tana of Your Marketing Bff, really nailed this one!
There are so many things you can do now to prepare for next year. The first thing to do is find inspiration (hence this post!). Remember that “copy” is the best form of flattery!
Plan to use a lot of the elements you featured this year, but figure out ways to change them up a bit for next year. Maybe weed out some of the decorations that you have had for a while and add a few new elements. That is precisely what I did with
Consider changing up one color on your tree. For example, if your tree was red and green this year, consider keeping one of those colors and then add in a new one or lose one. Last year, our entry hall tree was all white and green, and this year I used the same color palette but changed the tree itself to a flocked tree…our first! I also purchased new sprays for this year tree because I featured a flocked tree and I wanted a little added contrast with the magnolia leaves.
Try to decide on a theme early so you can be acquiring elements that fit your theme throughout the year. This will also help spread out the spend, so to speak. Bonus!
Box up your ornaments by color so you can easily mix up your trees for next year. I use clear bins so I can easily pull the colors I want to use. Here are a few great options…
Shop your after season sales to pick up bargains in ornaments, gift wrapping and even to maybe pick up a new tree. I will be shopping for a new tree for our dining room and maybe another flocked tree this year. Here are a few that are on my wishlist…
Speaking of bargains, so many of my favorite Christmas Tree decorations and other Christmas decor are on sale and you can shop them here.
Thank you for stopping by to see my favorite Christmas Trees of 2019! I hope they are giving you inspirations for your tree or trees for next year. I would love to hear which one is your favorite in the comments below
Happy New Year!
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