2021 Christmas tree themes and colors

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Ahorsesoul

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Looks to me they pick two main colors along with one or two accent colors. And cover the tree completely.
 
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farmerswife

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Yes, that is exactly what I thought as well. They end up not looking really like Christmas trees, while some are very pretty they’re not my idea of what I’d like my tree to look like.
 

ChristmasPir8

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Definitely a lot going on on those trees. I can't afford to change my these yearly. For us the main tree of full of family ornaments. I think it could use some fillers I think. I do have some smaller ones that may be a color theme.
 
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Myron's Mom

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Some of them are really pretty (and I bet expensive too!). I see those trees and think wouldn’t it be nice to have such a stunning tree. But we love our old cracked, tarnished, much loved and well used ornaments. They all have some kind of Christmas memory. I guess I’m happy with my “warm and fuzzy” trees that we have in our home.
 

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Gosh, I never really thought people decorated that way. I thought it was rather a way to showcase the trees, ornaments and ribbon that the stores want to sell.
 
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sweetpumkinpye

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These are very pretty. But I love my tree. It is just a big old family tree full of memories and is very personal to us.
 
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I'd just purchased a brand new Christmas tree the week before the hurricanes and had not yet put it into the storage room where the rest of my Christmas stuff was. That new tree is all that was saved of my 42 years of collecting Christmas items. Well, new beginnings will certainly include Christmas. I love to change things up from year to year but it's important to have a good foundation to work with. I'm realizing that instead of having 28 large totes of hundreds of various colored ornaments I need to keep white lights, key beautiful neutral pieces and do the rest using patterned colored ribbons and fillers. It will be alot easier to store and still give me the changes I need each year. Since my walls, furniture and floors are all cool neutrals it will be easy to incorporate everything from pastels to bold primaries. My big thing before setting this new tree up is to find a fantastic base to set the tree in instead of the traditional skirts that stay crinkled and look messy when one present is moved. Color and style is strictly a personal preference and none more beautiful than the ones that perfectly fit the family and home it's in. Don't stress over the "color of the year" or "style" that doesn't fit you or your home. This is your Christmas and it needs to reflect you, not some storefront window or magazine cover. Do you and it will always be perfect.