I love all white Christmas decorations. They are pure, subtle, exquisite and when done right a definite awe factor to the guests. I used to decorate a white tree the past few holidays but not in an all white kind of way. My ornaments where gold and red, which looked pretty nice actually, but not as awesome an all white setting can be. If you wish to decorate in a single hue, there are two basic things to take into consideration. Firstly, you have to find the perfect tree. A fake white tree can look a bit boring, yet a artificial flocked tree can be quite impressive all by itself. Then, when picking monochromatic ornaments, white ones in our case, it’s good to play with the style, textures, size and theme to accomplish an fascinating result. Don’t be afraid to use different shades of white as they can too add variation and interest. I've put together a styleboard to show you my take on this and maybe inspire those of you who haven’t decorated their place yet. I know I might try it myself next year!
Shop this collection: 1.Little birds Christmas decoration (Zara Home, £9.99, set of 2), 2.Arran wool star tree topper (Habitat, £10), 3.Winter Wonderland round glass ornament by Allstate (Nordstrom, $12.06), 4.Handmade paper bunting (Toast, £9.50), 5.Milk glass globe (Wisteria, $18, set of 4), 6.Spur ball white ornament (CB2, $1.95), 7.7ft flocked noble artificial Christmas tree (White Stores, £78.32), 8.Snowflake ornament (Fab, $14, set of 3), 9.Glass pinecone ornament by Gold Eagle (Nordstrom, $5.36), 10.Origami star ornament (Fab, $22, set of 2).
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