Top 4 Christmas Tree Trends 2022
Based on our extensive search across homewares brands and current trends in interior design, we have narrowed it down to 4 key trends that we are likely to see in 2022. Which one will you be choosing?
The Christmas Market
One of my favourite thing to do in the run-up to Christmas is to head down to our local National Trust House, Wadderston, and enjoy their Christmas Market - as I am sure you read in our previous post.
This style is based on those very events. The snow is setting on the ground the trees are bare, bar cones. We see the contrast between the dark wooden branches and the sparkle of fairy lights. Large red bows, berries and cones will be key elements here. We could also see the addition of fluffy Santa beards or touches of more green. Velvet ribbons and poinsettia would also work well.
The Toy Shop
As the name suggests, within this theme we will see the traditional reds, whites, golds and greens in a gorgeous combination of Santa's grotto meets toy shop. Think stockings, children's games, teddies and candy canes.
This style could have many other colours based on your personal taste but it is the most playful of the designs with a tree adorned with toys and animal decorations with candy canes and knitted items.
Inspired by the warm tones of Autumn and winter this design is rich with copper, brown and bronze. You could see winter or autumn flowers, cones and different elements from nature. Stars and gold as well as warm glitters give this style its glitzy Christmas feel.
This has a nordic feel to it - minus the white - this is down to the earthiness and simplicity in forms. I like that this design works with most interiors and can be played up or down with lots of decorations or simply with a few items and candles.
Dobbies - Nordic Wonder Living Room
Using natural materials is key to this design so paper decorations or wooden elements will always work well.
Heavenly Home and Garden - Coloured Paper Onion Shaped Decorations
A Christmas Cocktail
All about the blush, this style reminds me of my favourite cocktail. An afternoon in the Ivy. Glass and glittery elements paired with oversized lacy flowers and delicate intricately designed baubles.
A tree you could eat, this style is decadent and elegant. It won't work with all interiors but if it works with yours it is well worth exploring.
Cox and Cox - Pine Pre-Lit Christmas Tree - Blush Romance