By Simona Ganea | Published on Nov 23, 2021
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Christmas is just around the corner so there’s not really that much time left to get everything ready. When you put everything on a list, there’s a lot to be done so it’s best to start a bit earlier and to gradually find new ideas and add to your lovely farmhouse Christmas decor which, by the way, is a wonderful theme.
Farmhouse decor, in general, is cozy and welcoming and the focus on simplicity, natural materials, colors, and finishes makes it very approachable.
How to decorate the Christmas tree farmhouse-style
There aren’t any specific rules that you should follow if you want to have a farmhouse Christmas tree this year. As a general idea just follow the guidelines of farmhouse style in general which say you should use light colors and neutrals, simple and natural materials, and to put an emphasis on texture.
There are a few other things you can do to make your farmhouse Christmas tree special such as swapping the usual star at the top with something a bit more rustic and natural-looking. Also, pick string lights that give off a warm glow instead of the multi-colored and very flashy kind.
Another cool idea is to give the tree a full and fluffed-up look by including all sorts of decorations like faux flowers, garlands, and so on. Of course, the tree itself should fit the style in the first place.
What colors to use in a farmhouse Christmas décor?
Before you actually start picking out the decorations and ornaments for this Christmas you should settle on a style. Assuming you want a farmhouse Christmas this year given that you’re reading this, let’s talk a bit about color.
The farmhouse style in general is defined by simple colors that are found in nature, predominantly the earthy tones like beige, taupe, brown, some greys and whites, and a bit of terracotta too. You can mix and match these easily as they complement each other really well.
Since it’s Christmas you probably also want your décor to look fun and festive and that basically asks for an accent color or two. In this case, focus on warm nuances like reds to bring out the beauty in your décor and to emphasize a few focal points without them looking out of place.
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