Trim Your Christmas Tree for the Holidays

From nature-inspired to over-the-top elegance, see how our designers decorate their trees for Christmas.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionLet the tree, the most important decoration of the Christmas season, touch the ceiling. Then focus your decorations on a single color theme.
Pick a tree that is the right size for your room. It's perfectly acceptable to have a tree that touches your ceiling, and it's definitely the most important decoration of the Christmas season. To give your tree a designer's touch, focus your decorations down to a single color scheme. Designer Monica Pedersen uses a combination of gold ornaments and white Christmas lights to give her tree a classic look. A few faux flowers blossoms around the tree take it to the next level, and wide ribbon in a deep rustic color tops off the tree.
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