A Christmas tree is a symbol of the holidays, and today you can find so many tree ideas that you’ll feel dizzy. Large and small, wall and tabletop, natural and faux, green and pink – there are a lot of ideas for everyone. You can decorate it however you like or even leave as it is, it’s also a popular trend now. In this roundup we’ll have a look at one trending tree type and ways to decorate it, and it’s flocked Christmas tree.
Flocked or snowy Christmas trees are getting more and more popular because they look rather natural, beautiful and non-traditional. A snowy-looking tree is especially cool if you don’t have snow outside, and even if you don’t have a flocked tree, there a lot of tutorials to turn a usual tree into a snowy one. As the tree itself is white but not completely, decorating it may differ from a usual one, let’s see how to decorate it.
No Décor Or Lights
The easiest way to decorate your flocked tree is to leave it without décor or use some lights, this way you will keep it natural and chic. You won’t need to puzzle over décor and your tree will be amazing – leave it as it is or put the tree into a basket. Lights will show off the tree at its best and you’ll feel like in a winter wonderland. You may also take a duo or a trio of the same-looking trees and cover them all with lights to create a small snowy forest.
Metallic ornaments and decorations are very popular for flocked trees: they don’t stand out that much but gently highlight the look of the tree, besides metallic decor is a very hot trend in general, so make your tree a fashionable one. Silver, gold and copper in matte, glitter and glossy finishes are amazing for your tree, you may use just one shade or all of them at the same time. You may also mix metallic ornaments with white ones for a more neutral look. If your tree is big enough, you can try oversized metallic ornaments, which look modern and chic.
Want some colors? Rock all the favorite shades! Fuchsia, tangerine, blue, emerald or red, which looks very modern yet traditional taken in red and white. Love pastels? Try blush, light green or dusty blue, such décor is very delicate and will make your tree a bit vintage. Plaid ribbon will make the tree pop, and burlap deco mesh will give a rustic feel to the tree. All-white or pearl ornaments look very refined and chic, so you can try them, too, such ornaments don’t stand out much but give a sweet glow to the tree.