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15 Beautifully Decorated Wintry-Rustic Christmas Tree Ideas

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Capture the look of wintry-rustic elegance in your home by decorating your Christmas trees with a winter wonderland theme. Flocked trees can be used to create this look, or you can take a green tree and add a white garland of fur or even polyester fiberfill from an old pillow. We have gathered together a collection of ideas below to help get you started on your own wintry-rustic Christmas tree theme. 

When decorating your tree, be sure to add texture, fullness, and detail with decor options such as pinecones, flowers, berries, or even extra greenery. Nestle them in between branches or wherever you can find an opening. You can either push them all the way into the tree to appear more like ornaments or leave them hanging further out to create a more visually dramatic effect. Have a look below for some fantastic inspiration!

Tell Us: Which one of these wintry-rustic Christmas tree ideas most inspired you and why in the Comments below!

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1. Fresh Hydrangea Tree. Have you ever had a vision of a fresh flower Christmas tree? This is what it would look like! This stunning tree features 200 fresh hydrangeas sourced from @dollarhydrangea. The tree is nestled in a rustic wooden box. You could copy this same look with faux hydrangeas and re-use them. This would also look beautiful in a sunroom or a guest bedroom. The faux pine mantel is from @parkhillcollection. (via @simplyfrenchmarket)

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2. Whoville Inspired Christmas Tree. This tree looks like the ornaments have been spilled out of the basket hanging from the ceiling. An original and inspiring look if you are looking for a whimsical and fun Christmas tree decoring idea. (via @olivebranchcottage)

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3. A Very Rustic Christmas. Delighted your holiday guests with a Christmas tree decorating your formal dining room. A flocked tree is nestled in a wicker basket. Notice how there was a lid on the basket that was taken off and left on the side for an extra visual effect? A lot of the accessories found in this space are from HomeGoods, including the ornament garland on the grandfather clock! (via Liz Marie Blog)

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4. Rustic Wintry Elegance. To decorate this tree, begin with adding lights if your tree is not already pre-lit. Weave ribbon into the branches, beginning with the top of the tree (above you can see a detail of the Victorian cutout champaign ribbons). Add bulbs, beginning with the larger bulbs and filling out your tree. Next, use smaller ornaments to fill in the gaps. Add additional decor into the branches anywhere there is space. Our favorite feature on this tree is the small LED candles that add a soft flicker, they would look fabulous on a bare tree! (via Love Grows Wild)

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5. Rustic Woodland Christmas. Add a Christmas tree to your bedroom for a very merry Christmas. The cozy bedding is the woodland duvet set, which can be found at the link provided. (via @H&M Home)

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6. Wine Barrel Tree Base. A gorgeous rustic tree with a wooden barrel Christmas tree collar. DIY this look with a half barrel planter from a hardware store. Use a drill to start the hole, finishing with a jigsaw to cut out the bottom. You could also drill a hole into the bottom of a planter barrel with a drill bit large enough to fit your Christmas tree pole. TIP: If the tree is less than 5-feet high, no hole is necessary. Balance the tree with an old blanket or throw wrapped around the base and tucked into the planter. Notice the charming vintage touches like the sled!? (via @charlotteshappyhome)

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7. Cozy Christmas Corner. This beautiful flocked Christmas tree features faux florals, faux cranberry stems, and a mixture of large and small ornaments. The galvanized tree collar can be found at places such as Kirkland’s, Pier 1, Crate & Barrel, Michaels and Amazon. The area rug is from Wayfair. (via @ericalynnbirr)

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8. Oh, Christmas Tree. This beautiful tree is set in a rustic box that is a DIY. The ceilings of this home are 20-feet high, but the tree is only 7-feet high, yet showcased very well! The black ornaments were found at Walmart. On the gifts, the tree paper is from Michaels and the check is from Hobby Lobby. (via @hipandhumblestyle)

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9. A Magical Christmas Tree. This flocked tree is glowing with lights. Large bulb Christmas tree lights really help to make a tree shine brightly! The small tree wrapped with a burlap base on the mantel is from Walmart. (via @abrickhome)

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10. Dreamy Rustic Cabin. A cozy cabin in the woods just screams wintry-rustic decor! The living room features beautiful rustic Christmas decor with a layering of cozy textures and a stunning Christmas tree. (via H&M Home)

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11. Cozy Cottage Charm. A wintry tree tucked into the corner of this living room features a beautiful color scheme of blue, white and silver. (via The Lilypad Cottage)

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12. Cozy Wintry-Rustic Decor. This entry space makes us feel like we are “Walking in a Winter Wonderland!”🎶Loving all of the flocked trees of varying sizes flanking the doorway and staircase. (via Nina Williams Blog)

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13. Christmas Tree Farm. This hygge living room features a Christmas tree farm ‘look’. The groupings of flocked trees lend a cozy aesthetic to this space. The sign above the mantel and the cozy ivory knit throw can be found on the Etsy shop, Lakeside Lettering. Accenting the mantel is a frosty eucalyptus, a mix of different floral stems that take on the appearance of a garland. (via Nina Williams Blog)

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14. Frozen Tundra Theme. This tree includes lots of fur in the decor, using microfiber feather dusters (from the dollar store or try the disposable duster pads at Target with the Up & Up brand) are used as the garland. Simply take them apart and insert them into the crevices and gaps in between the branches for a wintry-rustic look. (via Craftberry Bush)

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15. Farmhouse Holiday Decor. This wintry-rustic tree is decked out with neutrals, mixed with slate blue and a layering of textures. Mixed metals in the ornaments include gold tones for warmth. The ribbon is added in with varying widths. 3 different styles of blue ribbon are used on this tree, 2 different satin styles and the other is felt with gold trim. For the “fur” look, a polyester fill pillow was ripped apart and tucked handfuls of the filling in and around the tree. (via Rooms For Rent)

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