In the family of white Christmas trees, there are blancs, and those who are satisfied with the snowy aspect. In both cases, the result is magical, perfect for a magical Christmas. All you have to do is decide on the theme of the decoration to put on the show!
1. A white Christmas tree in a symphony of roses
Fancy a fairytale Christmas? We put a large white Christmas tree in an immaculate setting, we add a string of lights and a series of decorations in shades of roses, we finish with silver details to make everything sparkle … all you have to do is put on our most beautiful clothes of light for an unforgettable New Year’s Eve!
2. Scandinavian look for a white Christmas tree
To keep the cozy softness of the Scandinavian decor during the holidays, a little is enough. A beautifully snow-covered white Christmas tree for the natural effect, white decorations with a touch of wood, fairy lights, and gift packages wrapped in kraft, voila and the atmosphere is guaranteed.
3. The ultra-chic white, gold, and silver Christmas tree
For lovers of sophisticated party decor, no need to look any further. A beautiful white Christmas tree adorned with gold and silver balls sparkles with a thousand lights in the living room and sends its enchanted reflections into every nook and cranny. Suffice to say that he throws some, even without electric garlands!
4. A delicately metallic white Christmas tree
To keep the shine of the white Christmas tree adorned with metallic baubles, without the tinsel of gold and silver, we found the solution: frosted baubles in the tones of metallic dragees, from rose gold to gold. blue silver! It’s beautiful, it’s soft, it’s chic and it’s divinely poetic for parties that stand out.
5. Rustic chic style for the white Christmas tree
In the trendy white Christmas tree series, it’s impossible to overlook rustic chic. White, golden fairy lights and pearl garlands for chic, balls, and decorations in raw wood or pine cones for rustic with some forest animals hidden in the branches: children love it, parents even more.
6. A white mountain effect Christmas tree
For those who do not have the chance to spend the holidays in the snow, the snow will come during the holidays. The secret? A snowy white Christmas tree and an avalanche of white decorations. For the total look, we don’t hesitate to put the package on the themed decorations, from snow boots to snowflakes and polar bears!
7. A minimalist white Christmas tree dotted with red
A minimalist white Christmas tree, okay, but no way to sacrifice the holiday color. The trick is extremely simple, we sow the red balls in the white tree-like cherries, with a few silver or frosted balls as an option to boost the reflections. No more!
8. Soft hues in a sparkling white Christmas tree
The most beautiful idea of the romantic white Christmas tree is to replace part of the traditional balls with large artificial flowers in soft colors. White and unbleached roses or camellias make an effect for the holidays, with decorations in frosted, silver, or pale gold tones in a snow-effect white Christmas tree!
9. A poetic white Christmas tree with copper
Another metallic option for a soft decoration in a white Christmas tree? The copper tones! We mix pale gold, rose gold, copper, and bronze to create a fairyland of warm tones rich in reflections, enough to light the fire in a white tree decorated with white flowers and cotton branches.
10. The polar look of the white Christmas tree in blue and silver
We leave for the Arctic with a white Christmas tree decorated with blue and silver. The right reflex? Mix different shades of blue, from polar blue to navy, as well as frosted or matt silver to create contrast in the white branches. And no question of forgetting the electric garland!
11. A stylish white and black Christmas tree
What if we dared to go ultra-modern with a white and black Christmas tree? White with beautiful matt black balls is divine design, and its pairing with a black tree with white balls even transforms the living room into a work of art. The good news, the piano in between is not compulsory.
12. The purity of white firs sprinkled with gold
The simplest recipes are sometimes the best, the proof with white fir trees simply adorned with gold. No need to overdo it, the beads and garlands of pearls sparkle in their white box-like jewels! The extra thing? We mix the finishes, from mat to gloss through texture.
13. Warm tones for a white Christmas tree
Red and green, no thanks, but red and white, three times yes. To revisit the classics without completely zapping them, keep red and gold, replace green with white! The detail that makes the difference? The ribbons are tied in the white Christmas tree for the retro touch, perfect with beautiful balls in warm tones.
14. Cool tones for a white Christmas tree!
White, silver, and hard blue, the wedding is unmistakable in a white Christmas tree that is eye-catching. Rich in contrast with the intensity of the blue, gentle on the eyes thanks to the delicacy of the white, the Christmas tree sparkles with a thousand lights while leaving aside the too classic red and white!
15. A white Christmas tree decorated in candy pink
For those who would like to completely bypass the traditional Christmas colors, we think of the sugar plum pink! With incomparable softness in a magical white Christmas tree, the delicately pearly balls are as original as they are refined.
16. Silver symphony for a white Christmas tree
Christmas lovers in the mountains, know that the magic happens every time with a white Christmas tree with a snowy look filled with white and silver balls. For an even more chic result, we mix without hesitation the tones and silver finishes, pearly, frosted, matt, or metallic balls!
17. Black and white stitching for a white Christmas tree
If black and white tempt you but the contrast scares you, we have the solution: a snow-effect tree rather than immaculate and monochrome balls rather than monochrome. Matt black, deep gray, shiny white, or glittery ecru, plain or patterned, we mix and match the white Christmas tree as we would accessorize an haute couture outfit!
18. An illuminated white Christmas tree
In the series of minimalist white Christmas trees, the winner has no balls or decorations. Only fairy lights in warm tones to illuminate its immaculate branches and bring out its purity … children are not fans, but freaks of refined decoration love it!
19. Chic chalet-style for a white Christmas tree
Rustic chic with a twist, the chalet chic Christmas tree adds a note that changes everything to its white, silver, and wood decorations: a touch of black sown sparingly that boosts contrast and modernity. The result always affects, even without a fireplace nearby!
20. Gold and refined silver for a small white Christmas tree
Do not want to upset all the decor or flood the living room under heaps of garland? Note that the white Christmas tree is perfect in a compact format and is content with little decoration. Gold, silver, but not too much, and that’s how to sublimate a modern interior without drowning it under the Christmas spirit!