Written by Becca Green

5 Christmas trees from Instagram we are loving in 2020

Try something new for 2020 and be inspired by these amazing Christmas tree looks.

pink velvet christmas tree

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How you decorate your Christmas tree has definitely become an Instagram statement for 2020. Here are some of our favourite designs from our favourite social media app that have bundles of wow-factor!

Perfect pampas

 

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This is probably the most popular tree design we’ve seen all over Instagram this year. A Christmas tree made out of pampas grass? Count us in! Be inspired by this incredible tree and adorn your real or faux tree with some pampas stems, it’ll create a very similar gorgeous effect.

The wild tree

 

 

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How amazing is this wild tree created by Tracey Cole of Hello Flora? Wild flowers and rough foliage in the home has become a huge trend for 2020 so why not incorporate this into your Christmas tree? You can use faux stems that will last year after year and why not try and create a matching garland to drape over your fireplace?

Merry and bright

Inject some fun and colour into your home this Christmas with a rainbow-effect Christmas tree. You can do this in lots of different ways but we are huge fans of Chelsea’s tree which is a frosted tip design filled with statement novelty baubles. Who needs a tree topper when your tree is this loud?

Read more: A guide to choosing a real Christmas tree

Honeycomb luxe

Honeycomb Christmas decorations have become a popular trend over the last few years and they’re definitely still here for 2020. Not only are they made out of paper so are a sustainable option, but they can be brought out year after year to make a festive statement. Use honeycomb baubles to decorate your tree but add that extra something special by creating a feature at the bottom of your tree by piling them on top of each other.

Monochrome magic

Just because it’s Christmas, that doesn’t mean you have to compromise on your individual style. If you’re not a fan of colour and prefer a monochrome palette, then implement this with your Christmas tree. Keep things simple with just lights and baubles – avoid any tinsel or statement garlands. Adorn the bottom of your tree with monochrome nutcrackers and sleek lanterns.

 

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