Today is all about Christmas In July – White Flocked Christmas Tree Decorated 5 Ways and I’m sharing our Christmas trees from past years and showing you how to get a full looking Christmas tree without breaking the bank!
We don’t typically celebrate Christmas in July here at our house but due to Covid, we are considering it as we skipped last Christmas last because of the virus.
Some people throw parties during July and share Christmas decorations, parties with Santa Claus and ice cream and celebrate as if they would in December.
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How to decorate a Christmas tree like a professional
Our Christmas tree from 2019 was more of a traditional classic look sporting a bright red bow and plaid Christmas ornaments from Target and Homegoods.
My flocked Christmas tree is from Wayfair and I’ve had it for over 7 years now
The flock is still amazing and looks great. My tree is 40% off so it’s a great time to invest in a flocked Christmas tree if you have always wanted one!
Flocked Christmas tree with red satin ribbon topper and plaid christmas ornaments
We also have this slim lined flocked tree from Amazon that my mom uses in her den. It’s a beauty and a little cheaper than the larger one we have.
Flocked Christmas trees come in various versions of “flock.” I prefer the heavier flocked (the white stuff) Christmas trees. This one is also very nice and has a heavy flock. The 6.5′ tree size is also perfect for smaller spaces.
It’s no secret that Christmas is my favorite holiday and I have been known to have multiple Christmas tree themes in our house during November and December.
Designer Tip 1: Add Christmas tree picks or bunched ribbon to fill in the gaps on the tree
Adding tree picks or ribbon helps fill in the awkward openings that always seem to happen when decorating a Christmas tree.
The key to making the tree look professional is to fill in all the gaps! Large Christmas ornaments can also help fill in the gaps but they can be pricey. Christmas ribbon and/or tree picks are usually more affordable.
2. Flocked Christmas Tree with DIY Advent Garland
Here is the same white flocked Christmas tree from last year (2020) with a DIY burlap advent garland and tree picks as the Christmas tree topper.
See how I made the advent garland here.
3. Coastal flocked Christmas Tree with burlap ribbon & roping
Tell me this Coastal flocked Christmas tree isn’t the best!!!? This is one of my favorite Christmas rooms from the past and I love how the burlap and jute roping look against the flocked tree. I used thick manila jute roping to achieve this look and you can get it here on Amazon.
We have 3 flocked trees. I know, it’s a lot but in the past, brands were shipping trees to bloggers to decorate and I couldn’t turn down a flocked tree!
Tour our Coastal Dining Room here.
4. Red Cardinal Ornament Christmas tree
Our red and gold Christmas living room with black and cardinals featured a rustic lodge theme which came out beautiful. This was the year before our bullmastiff died and he was featured in this space for Home Depot so it brings back a lot of memories :).
See our Red and Black plaid Christmas living tour here.
5. White Owls and Pine Cone Flocked Christmas Tree
A few years ago I decorated our foyer at our old house and these white owls (from Pottery Barn 2018) looked so good on the flocked tree with scattered large pinecones and dark jute roping.
Are you Christmas In July shopper and decorator? I would love to hear if you are! Hopefully you found some inspiration in today’s Christmas In July – White Flocked Christmas Tree Decorated 5 Ways post. If you are looking for more Christmas tree ideas, check out our 50+ Christmas trees galore post!! It’s an extensive list of amazing Christmas trees from around the web!