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25 Inspiring Green Christmas Decor Ideas
If you got tired of all those traditional Christmas color schemes like red and gold, red, green and gold, red and white and others, and are looking for something fresh and beautiful, green is the answer! This is the most natural color for Christmas – it’s the color of evergreens but used alone, without other traditional shades, it looks unusual and raises the spirits. Besides, green has a very positive psychological influence: it calms down and welcomes creating a soothing effect. What can be better to cozy up your space for the holidays?
What To Pair Green With?
Emerald is a great choice for holiday decor but you may also pair it with lighter and darker shades of green, with white and silver, with silver and light matte metallics, with navy and grey for an out of the box look.
a beautiful flocked Christmas tree decorated with emerald and silver ornaments, emerald ribbons, lights and pinecone ornaments in gold
a beautiful glam Christmas tree with silver, light and emerald green ornaments, leaf ornaments and beads plus a white star topper
a bold Christmas tree with white, silver and emerald ornaments, leaf and feather ornaments, beads and lots of glitter
a Christmas tree decorated with only dark green plaid ribbon and nothing else is a very fresh and bold solution with a rustic feel
a Christmas tree styled with gold, neutral, neon green ornaments and neon green gift boxes is a cool shiny idea
a Christmas tree with light green and emerald ornaments, silver and gold ones, lights, leaves and a large silver glitter star on top
How To Decorate A Christmas Tree In Greens?
Take a natural green, flocked or even white Christmas tree and go for beautiful green decor. There are green ornaments of all shapes, shades and sizes and you may also add real or faux greenery, ribbons, green lights, beaded garlands, banners and bows. Such decor will make your tree look super glam, especially if you add metallic ornaments or go for green rhinestone ornaments for more shine, or may go for more woodland decor with white ornaments and cotton.
If you want an alternative tree, you may try a suspended ornament one done in greens or a wall-mounted tree composed of ornaments, bells and stars plus beads, that will be a real work of art that might take some time but the result will be wow!
a dreamy Christmas tree with white and light green ornaments, dark green ribbons, acorns and lights plus faux birds in nests is wow
a fabulous Christmas space with an emeralf velvet chair, an evergreen pre-lit garland, a flocked Christmas tree with emerald ribbons and ornaments, beads and lights
a flocked Christmas tree decorated with green ornaments of various shades looks glam, chic and bold and feels pretty natural at the same time
a flocked Christmas tree decorated with light and dark green ornaments, butterflies, fabric blooms and silver leaves and twigs
a flocked Christmas tree decorated with white semi sheer ribbon and green pinecone ornaments is a chic idea to go for
a gorgeous Christmas tree styled with emerald ornaments and ribbons, white and silver ornaments, lights and large snowflakes looks wow
a jaw-dropping flocked Christmas tree styled with emerald ribbons and ornaments, gold and silver ornaments and beads and a silver star tree topper
a large Christmas tree decorated with light green and silver ornaments, silver beads and light green bows plsu green gift boxes under the tree
What Other Green Christmas Decor Is Actual?
Support your green Christmas tree with green chairs, pillows, rugs, leaves, bows and evergreen garlands placed on mantels, console tables and dining tables. Green ribbon bows or just ribbons and green ornaments can be hung here and there and attached to garlands to continue with the decor theme. Dress up the windows and railing with evergreen garlands with green velvet ribbons. Wrap your gifts with green paper or choose green gift boxes and place them under the tree. Get more lovely ideas below and Happy Christmas in greens!