While I don’t have the space to post all 65, I will do a few just to get you in a more festive move. Christmas is next month and trees usually go up right after Thanksgiving, so let’s get crackin’.
Trim your tree with our unique DIY projects and design tips from holiday decorating pros from HGTV.
Photo by Rachel Whyte
Fixer Upper‘s Joanna Gaines adorned this lush tree with white and silver ornaments, sparkling white lights and a thick off-white ribbon garland for a look that’s simple, yet stunning.
Match Your Decor
Whether your home is traditional, contemporary or shabby chic, choose a tree color and theme that fits your design. This stunning flocked, lavender tree perfectly complements this living room’s cool purple and navy décor.
Photo by istock/Oksana Nazurchuk
Festive Fairy Lights
This year, ditch the strenuous strands of standard twinkle lights and opt instead for softer, dainty LED fairy lights draped from the top of the tree.
Photo by Rennai Hoeffer
This year’s hottest tree trend? Gorgeous green branches coated in snowy white flocking. Decorate with a few white and burlap ornaments for an updated, farmhouse-style take on the classic Christmas tree.
Photo by Marian Parsons
Quaint + Quilted
Some old quilts are too fragile or tattered to use as bedding, but they’re too precious to throw away. Repurpose one into a charming, cottage-style Christmas tree skirt by using the largest intact portion of the quilt.
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