Every year I envision a ground breaking Pinterest worthy tree. My best decorated Christmas tree, ever! And every year as I pull out our decor, I fall for the ol’ motherhood trap. All our kids’ homemade popsicle stick ornaments, the handprinted presents-on-a-hook they made in preschool… I end up feeling sentimental and covering my tree with construction paper ornaments! (I have found the answer is to have several Christmas trees….)
15 Jaw Dropping Christmas Trees
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But first I am sharing our 2 trees. For our main tree we went with this under $300 faux tree from Amazon, and I am beyond impressed. This is our second year with a faux and I was nervous to invest a lot before I knew if I liked artificial! I thought a decent tree cost triple the price or more, so I was thrilled to find this beautiful option!
Our tree does require fluffing when you first get it. If you don’t fluff all the branches and stems, you won’t love it! Just an fyi.
Here our same tree is again, in 2020, decorated with these candles.
Our Same Tree In Other Sizes:
We have our smaller Noble Fir tree in the entry. It came prelit until my dog got into the lights! It is still beautiful without the lights and I kept the decor simple.
Get The Look:
How beautiful is that demi village wreath in the window? The house even lights up!
These are the Christmas trees that holiday dreams are made of. Eat your home decor lovin’ heart out!
Gold & White Christmas Tree
Source: Zevy Joy
This happens to be my FAVORITE tree and I love how Annie decorated hers. It is the über popular prelit, LED Faux Noble Fir. I am crazy about those branches! You can find an updated version of this beauty sold at Anthropologie, or Terrian. They do sell out every year of certain sizes! (Unlit version is available here).
Source: Monika Hibbs
Scroll to See Our Favorite Tree Toppers:
Navy Blue Christmas Tree
Source: Zevy Joy
If you want to switch your tree up this year to use a new color, no need to go out and buy all new ornaments. Just use ribbon in your chose color and weave it throughout the tree. The wider the ribbon, the better. Don’t forget to use it on some presents beneath if you really want to take it an extra step!
See Navy Ribbon Off Amazon I Bought This Year:
Red and White Christmas Tree
Image and Decorations Via: Frontgate
Source: Rachel Parcel
Buffalo Check Christmas Tree
Source: Home And Fabulous
Simple Classic Trees
Succulent Christmas Tree
How cool is this succulent Christmas tree. No decorations needed, the tree is fabulous enough:
Source: The Living Bunch
Our flocked tree:
via Boxwood Avenue
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