Dress up your home for the Holidays with a Farmhouse Christmas Tree
I just love the sweet simplicity of the farmhouse home decor style. With the different woods and textiles it just makes a home feel so cozy so naturally, at Christmastime I’m decorating a Farmhouse Christmas tree…or two!
As the Farmhouse style, Modern Farmhouse style, or Rustic Farmhouse style decors are so popular right now so are Farmhouse Christmas decorations.
The focal point for any room during the holidays is always the Christmas tree. Big and beautiful with warm lights glowing, a Christmas tree added to any room instantly feels like Christmas has arrived.
Decorating a farmhouse Christmas tree can be as simple as gathering pinecones and simple white ball ornaments or more extravagant with added ribbons and banners.
My favorite part about a farmhouse Christmas tree, though is that is is made to look like you’ve brought elements from all over your home and the outdoors.
Handmade ornaments are perfect for a farmhouse Christmas tree as well as simple burlap ribbons. Use kitchen string or twine as ornament hooks and send the kids out to gather up some pinecones.
You can be creative with the stand or skirt as well. Check out the local thrift shop for wicker baskets or old buckets, even an old wood crate will really give your farmhouse Christmas tree a unique look.
Since a farmhouse style tree is so popular these days you can also buy a farmhouse Christmas tree stand online, like this metal christmas tree collar or this wicker basket tree stand – just in case you don’t have time to search those flea markets and antique shops.
The most important thing, though, when decorating your farmhouse Christmas tree is to make sure it reflects your own personal style.
This year I ended up with two trees in my living room and one in my dining room. As I was gathering ideas for decorating my own farmhouse Christmas tree, I found some truly beautiful inspirations.
The other tree is the focal point for both the front porch and the living room – I kept the same natural and white theme adding bits of gold and topping with our family’s Angel tree topper.
This tree has it’s own bit of personality with a fur tree skirt, too!
Farmhouse Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas
There are so many variations to decorate the farmhouse christmas tree and I’ve listed some of my favorites below.
I love that you can use all of the same basic elements and change up the look by added a little bit of color or a different piece of ribbon.
Add red plaid blankets throughout the living room for this cottage christmas look.
Or gorgeous ribbon with musical notes to give your farmhouse christmas tree a little more elegance.
This farmhouse christmas tree is really unique with the addition of steel ornaments.
This rustic farmhouse tree really takes on the “Farm” style with farm animal ornaments and antler picks.
Keep is simple for the front porch like this small tree decorated with snowy berry branches.
You can even bring the simplicity of a farmhouse christmas tree into your bedroom with this gorgeous white decorated bedroom farmhouse christmas tree!
I love the addition of a merry christmas banner! It really fills in the tree beautifully.
For the kitchen all you need is a quick trip to the grocery store. Decorate your kitchen farmhouse christmas tree like this edible tree! The oranges and cinnamon sticks double as both ornaments and scents your home!