Beautiful and stylish Christmas tree colour schemes
When it comes to the Christmas tree colours, the theme you chose will guide
you. The key rule is to only use three colours in a combination. The Christmas tree colour scheme
depends on the tree's style. For a minimalist-looking tree, for instance, you might use snowy whites,
metallics that add the ideal gloss, and a little bit of red for that classic feel. You can stick with
the red and gold Christmas tree colour scheme for a more traditional look. If you want a Scandi design,
you can choose neutral colours (e.g. brown tones like beige or light grey) that are accented with silver
or gold tones.
You might be wondering what colours go well together on a Christmas tree. We
suggest trying out these colour schemes based on this year's trends:
Join the trend of eco-friendly Christmas tree decorations! Shades taken
from nature, such as earth tones, warm golden hues, and brown timber tones beautifully enhance a
The festival rainbow colour scheme will brighten your Christmas décor!
Lively shades of pink, deep blue, and scorching orange can be just the thing to get you in the
festive mood. Their vibrant hues will make you think of a summer celebration.
Pastels are still going strong. If you're looking for a calm and subtle
Christmas tree colour scheme, go for lavender.
The irreplaceable Christmas tree lights
The Christmas tree lights are the icing on the cake. They add to the joyful
atmosphere and make all the decorations stand out. When unsure of how to hang Christmas tree lights,
just remember that they go up first!
You'll need to set the lights up before adding any decorations – trust us, to
make your life easier. Use the string lights to go around the tree. If you choose a yellow light*, that
will instantly create a warm and cosy atmosphere. For a Christmas tree that is 120 cm tall, allow enough
length, about 10 m of lights.
However, you also have the choice of purchasing an LED pre-lit artificial Christmas
tree. These can spare you the hassle of putting the lights up and
down each year or worrying about misplacing them. After all, who enjoys having to untangle their
Christmas tree lights?
*Some people choose white or blue for their Christmas lights
because they add a playful note to the festive décor. Additionally, certain light strings
offer a variety of fun lighting effects, including twinkling, flashing, slowly fading,
waves, and sequential mode.