When it comes to decorating for Christmas, you likely have a set color scheme that you use to make all of your decorations look put together and uniform. Over the years, you may find yourself becoming increasingly bored with your traditional color palette. If you are looking to update your Christmas color scheme, here are some unique color options to consider incorporating into your holiday decor.
Blue, White and Silver
While these colors are more commonly associated with the holiday of Hanukkah, they are perfect for brightening up your Christmas decorating. These color capture the essence of winter, and are beautiful when used together. Blue and white ornaments combined with silver tinsel and snowflakes on your tree will be very bright and cheery looking, while white twinkle lights in your windows will have a soft, subtle look.
Gold and White
This angelic color combination is perfect for Christmas time, and will give your home a warm, bright look for the holidays. If you do not like the look of stark white, choose to use ivory or cream instead in your decorating. White and gold ornaments and tinsel will make your tree the centerpiece of the room. Tinsel, white lights and golden Christmas bells can add to this color scheme, making your home seem inviting and welcoming for holiday guests.
Red and White
This bold color combination will remind guests of candy canes, one of the most popular candies of the Christmas season. Red and white Christmas lights paired with tinsel and ornaments will create a bright and vibrant look in your home. When decorating your tree, you can mix up your decorating my adding clear class bulbs in with your red and white ornaments.
Green, Brown and Gold
For a more rustic look, combine green, brown and gold together in your decorating. This earth tone color scheme will remind guests of the great outdoors, and will have a very natural look to it. Antique, rustic inspired ornaments will work best in this color scheme. Consider choosing ornaments that are hung using twine or rope instead of hooks. Twigs, calico ornaments and pine cones will help pull your rustic look together.
Red and Green
This is the color combination most commonly associated with Christmas, and is very classy and traditional. To keep this color combination fresh and unique, try incorporating many different shades of red and green. This will keep your decorating looking uniform while still funky and unique.