When it comes to decking the halls for the festive season, there's nothing quite like a gorgeously decorated Christmas tree.


Whether you're a real tree devotee or prefer to opt for something longer lasting (see our pick of the best artificial Christmas trees here), decorating your Christmas tree is the perfect chance to show off your creative flair and display your own personal style, be it Scandi inspired, boho chic or anything in between.

If you're yet to start decorating this year, don't fret - we've pulled together a list of the best dressed Christmas trees of 2022 to get you feeling inspired.

Read on to discover our pick of the most beautifully decorated trees of the year, and make sure you don't miss our round up of the best quirky Christmas baubles and the best Christmas tree toppers for 2022.

Best Christmas trees

Scandi-style Christmas tree

Image by Shanie @housenumber10

Featuring gorgeous minimalist paper decorations, earth-toned ribbon and dainty wooden decorations, this Scandi-inspired Christmas tree by Shanie, @housenumber10, is beautifully festive yet cool and relaxed.

To recreate the look in your own home, take cues from Shanie and opt for a wicker Christmas tree skirt to hide any messy wires at the base of your tree. Stick to ornaments that boast neutral textures and fresh white detailing, before completing the look with some silver glittery floristry picks and a some rustic jute ribbons.

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  • Find a selection of wicker tree skirts at, The White Company and Amazon.
  • Tempted by natural jute ribbon? Amazon and Etsy both have great selections.
  • For the best in scandi-style baubles, tree decorations and more, check out Nordic Nest and Etsy.

Red and silver Christmas tree

Sometimes you just can't beat a classic look, and if, for you, Christmas is all about tradition, then you're guaranteed to love Meg's incredible red, silver and gold Christmas tree as much as we do. Meg has used red feature baubles alongside sparkly silver ornaments to create a vintage-inspired look, and if you look closely, you'll notice that she's also added in a few purple accents to bring out the classic reds. If you decide to recreate the look at home, don't forget to include some cool white lights - you could even add some Christmas window lights for added festive cheer.

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Green and gold Christmas tree

Image by Steph @stephfrom_belmont

We absolutely adore the gorgeous green and gold baubles on Steph's classy Christmas tree, but we think the thing we love the most is the way she's styled the surrounding area. By adding a garland and some twinkling lights to her mantelpiece, Steph has transformed the corner of her living room into something truly magical. We also love the addition of the wooden sleigh - it's rustic and charming, not to mention perfect for displaying Christmas gifts.

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  • Keep an eye out in antique shops for wooden sleighs, or you can buy vintage and new sleighs online from Amazon and Etsy. Don't forget to check the sizes, as you might find yourself ordering a wooden sleigh tree decoration rather than an actual sleigh.
  • Check out Dunelm, Etsy and Not On The High Street for a selection of natural garlands.

Ombre Christmas tree

Image by Kirsty @houseofhaz

There's one word to describe Kirsty's ombre tree - wow! By arranging baubles, florals, dried grasses and pinecones in groups of red, cream, pink and neutral, Kirsty has created a contemporary yet timeless looking tree that is nothing short of show-stopping. If you decide to recreate the look but you're working on a tight budget, why not use chalk paint or spray paint to upcycle some of the ornaments you already own? You could even take it one step further and create customised shades by making your own chalk paint - it's much easier than you think, and your tree will look like nobody elses.

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  • It's worth shopping around so you don't end up spending a fortune on artifical flowers. Brands like The Range and Wilko carry a selection with prices starting from £1.50, and if you're looking for something a little more luxurious, try Marks & Spencer, Bloom or Wayfair.

White and silver tree

Image by Charlotte @henrickhouse

When it's done right, one of our all-time favourite Christmas decor schemes is winter wonderland, so there's no surprise we fell in love as soon as we saw Charlotte's gorgeous white and silver tree. The glittery white baubles are understated enough to look sophisticated but festive, and we love how she's styled them next to pared-down foliage over the fireplace. If you wanted to recreate the look at home but don't have a fireplace, you could always hang a Christmas wreath instead of a garland.

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  • We're not the only ones how love this theme, Etsy, Amazon and Ebay are a great source of inspiration with baubles, decorations and lights to help you create your very own winter wonderland.

Vintage-inspired Christmas tree

Image by Sarah @our_1930srenovation_story

We love Sarah's tree because it has such an elegant, period feel to it - it's the perfect style to recreate if you're living in a listed home, or a Georgian, Edwardian, Victorian or even Art Deco property. As you can see, this sort of champagne gold colour scheme looks particularly striking against dark decor, but it would also look beautiful in somewhere like a white bedroom. If you decide to emulate Sarah's immaculate styling, don't forget to add brown paper packages tied up with string - a carefully placed faux fur rug will also add to the sense of cosiness.

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Looking for more Christmas decorating ideas? Take a look at our pick of the best Christmas bedding, Christmas plants and the best winter candles.


Thea JeffreysDigital Writer

Thea Jeffreys is the Digital Writer on YourHomeStyle.uk, and is passionate about all things home décor. When she’s not scouring the internet for budget-friendly homeware finds, you’ll find her writing about the latest interior trends and handy upcycling tricks.