Where Christmas trees have always been associated with green, white, blue, and golden, it is time we start relating the color of passion with the cheerful colors of Christmas. By the color of passion, we meant red. Yes, the Santa color! The candy cane color!
The best part about red Christmas trees is that they go well with nearly every shade, including green, blue, white, silver, gold, copper, bronze, and many more. Besides, if you choose to go monochrome in bright red, you will not be disappointed. Red trees have been trending since last year, and it must be. After all, it looks absolutely ravishing.
Red Trees can be your most marvelous addition to your Christmas aesthetics this year.
Sensational Red Christmas Trees For Marvelous Winter Décor
This year you need to go red with the Christmas tree, especially if you are into experiencing new things and like being unique. Keep reading to get a classy collection of RED ideas for quick inspiration. And, don’t forget to add more beauty with a classic Christmas tree collar.
When you find yourself lost, go all red!
This red tree is all loaded with classic ornaments, but the real beauty is added by red ribbons. Absolutely giving the magical vibes! Using similarly colored decorations is never a bad idea, but you can add a pop of subtle golden and copper for a balanced royal and rustic feel. Don’t forget to add Christmas flowers and a string of eye-catching Christmas lights to this magnificent red and gold Christmas tree.
North Pole Express
This year, keep your tree simple but effective by decorating a monochrome red Christmas tree with plenty of white Christmas ornaments, including snowmen and unicorns, Santa Claus figurines and snowflakes, icicle-shaped elements, and green disco balls. It looks like a fanciful workshop of Santa Claus!
Personally, we think adding a single color detail, either in white or green, will look better and more charming.
Dramatic and Monochromatic
The two-toned theme is cheerful but imagining red on red sounds eye-popping. Pick a red Christmas tree and decorate it elegantly with minimalistic red ornaments. Assorted Christmas ribbons and balls will work just fine. For a tempting appearance, try adding glimmery details.
Timeless Red and Gold Ribbon
Who says Red and Gold Christmas Trees can ever get out of fashion? To bring an elegant style, adorn your red tree with golden ornaments and wait for these contrasting colors to add a whole new uniqueness to your Christmas decor. Adding golden string lights, disco balls, and large red ribbons of different textures sounds overwhelmingly pretty.
An idea for a fantastic visual effect!
Pops of Red on White
What else can you combine with red other than golden to make a tree look more elegant? SILVER! WHITE!
Where red brings sharpness, white brings sophistication. Where white acts gentle, red radiates the festive vibes. They perfectly complement each other when displayed on Christmas. Buy yourself a white artificial Christmas tree and give it classic red detailing. Finding red tree decorations is the easiest task. Honestly speaking, the addition of a few golden ornaments to this red and white Christmas tree will bring a sense of elite finesse, so do add some! A Christmas tree with red ornaments always looks precious.
Red in the Alpine Forest Idea
If you are looking for creating a superb contrast, bring a splash of red and white to your green Christmas tree. Embellish it with silver and red Christmas accents. Go big on red and white ribbons. The best option is to opt for rustic garlands. Be versatile in globes and tree trinkets. Keep it fanciful!
Merry Christmas, America
Have you ever thought about blue and red Christmas trees? If not, then you must! This appealing combo is nothing like your average Christmas tree. Merging three intense colors might sound bizarre, but it looks truly amazing. You can choose the pattern as you can have white and blue in alternate layers with a red top or blue and red in alternate layers with a white top. Every style will look pleasant.
While keeping the patriotic spirit alive, beautify the tree with minimalistic ornaments such as icicles, stars, and decorative balls.
Village in the Woods
People are getting creative so, why not try a rustic Red Christmas Tree this time?
The best part about this tree is not only the woodsy wonderland feels but also the plaid ribbon that makes it attention-grabbing. Traditional Scandinavian-inspired elements bring complementary beauty. For a personalized touch, hang symbols. Adding artificial homes, pine cones, and berries, set this adorable tree apart.
When we talk about red Christmas tree decorations, one simply cannot forget candy canes and elves. This tree perfectly depicts the true sense of Christmas with red and white striped elves and oversized candy canes. This red and white Christmas tree seems like a good option if you have kids around.
Red And Green Christmas Tree
Another sharping contrast that will give aesthetic Christmas vibes. Take a natural or artificial green tree and decorate it with cute and awe-inspiring red ornaments. Try picking a small tree and decorate it beautifully. Use unique embellishments such as paper pinwheels, baubles, red gift boxes, pompoms, and flowers. Make ornament selection carefully.
White Christmas Tree With Red Ornaments
White to complement the snowy antiphons and red Christmas tree decorations to complement the merry Christmas spirit is a mind-boggling red and silver Christmas tree idea. This lovely decor topped with a red tree star is all you need right now! This two-toned tree will always look better with minimal details, or else it will get overwhelming. This Christmas tree with red ornaments is an absolute masterpiece!
Draped In Red Garland
Are you confused between choosing a red and gold Christmas tree and a red and green Christmas tree? This tree can end your confusion. Choosing a standard green Christmas tree and wrapping it with red and golden detail is to die for! Irresistibly gorgeous lush rose garland rocked with modern golden ornaments looks dreamy. And don’t miss out on an oversized rose tree topper! Besides, having this tree standing in the corner will surely complement your unique and lively Christmas bedding.
Tip: hang red Christmas tree lights.
A Shimmery Red Tree
Are you into glitz and glam? Forget everything and go straight to this classic, shimmery piece. First, keep it all red. Second, bring the shimmer. Third, use the same-toned ornaments means red or silver. Viola! You have your show-stopper ready to be decorated.
A shiny vintage Christmas tree glamorized with subtle white and silver baubles complements the red Christmas well.