The Christmas ornaments on this tree are layered, creating a stripe effect on the tree. White lights add a subtle twinkle. They don't take centre stage but bring sparkle to the tree.
Repitition is key to achieving the modern look. Repetition of ornaments and colour creates a clean aesthetic.
The statement here is glitzy glam with metallics. Choose a texture and play with it to create a tone and mood for your tree.
Place large scale ornaments at the base of your tree. Have fun and play with scale!
The skirt should act like the tree's shoes — it should match and can also make a statement!
Keep the tree itself traditional! Traditional trees like Fraser Fir are very traditional and are the perfect canvas for your traditional ornamental decor.
This is a traditional colour scheme and the theme is hunting. When you work with a theme a tree feels cohesive and reads as a whole. It tells a story in a room.
Too many ornaments can read as gaudy. Choose ornaments carefully and don't over decorate. Go for larger scale pieces that are a big read and be selective, you want the tree to be memorable!
Always include an artisinal touch. Tradition is rooted in simplicity — get the "artisanal feel." This tree looks to nature as its handcrafted element. The handmade feeling is key to a traditional tree.