Try out something different this holiday, go for a different color scheme for your Christmas decoration instead of the traditional red and green. Try something different, choose colors that complement your space, maybe the color of the room where you’ll be placing the tree or the background (in case the tree will be near a window or outside your door.)
Here’s a list of some of the striking budget-friendly color schemes to try this holiday.
Golden Yellow and White
Yellow is quite unusual for a Christmas décor. You can decorate your Christmas tree with a blend of golden yellow ornaments such as brites and baubles, fluffy white tinsels, snow globes and white lights for a creamy look. You could also use goldenrods for your candles or tree toppers.
Blush Pink and Copper
Blush pink and copper will be the best color to go with a grey or white background. Decorate your flocked Christmas tree with copper colored ornament, blush pink roses, white garlands, fluffy tinsels and gift boxes wrapped in copper-colored wrappers. These colors will also blend well with brown themed space and fits well for a farmhouse décor.
White and Gold
White and gold color scheme is elegant and timeless. With a little green from your Christmas tree, decorated with golden and green-toned ornaments, gold candlesticks and white gift giftboxes taped with gold ribbons. You can add golden ornaments to your wreaths and garlands.
Light Blue and Cream
Once you set your flocked Christmas tree against a white background, sprinkle it with creamy ornaments, fluffy tinsels and blue lights. Cover your gift boxes with light blue gift wrappers or a mix of the two colors. You wouldn’t need to do more if your space is already blue or white. Just decorate your tree and enjoy the holiday.
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