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Beautiful Flocked Christmas Tree Decorating Ideas

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Today I’m sharing white flocked Christmas tree decoration ideas and how to create a winter wonderland inside your home. Flocked Christmas trees mimic a snow-covered look with varying levels of white powder. Let’s take a look at our past Christmas trees and budget-friendly tips for a full beautiful tree.

If you have never invested in an artificial tree, you will definitely be considering one by the end of this blog post!

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flocked Christmas tree decorations

Interested in decorating a snow-covered Christmas tree? You’re in the right place. I’ll show you our last year’s tree and how to decorate a flocked tree in different ways year after year.

Best Color Scheme For a Flocked Christmas Tree

Honestly, a flocked Christmas tree will look beautiful with any color scheme but my personal favorite is red and white and silver and white.

White trees provide a gorgeous neutral backdrop so if you have homemade ornaments that are not the color schemes I share today, don’t worry, with a little bit of planning your ornament collection will look great!

Flocked Christmas Tree With Red Ornaments

Red is a perfect color to dress a flocked Christmas tree and you will absolutely love how the color pops agains the white flocking.

Our artificial flocked pre-lit tree below shows red ornaments, a red ribbon bow and red berry picks. The burlap with red trim tree skirt finishes off the look and lets not forgot the adorable red cardinals! I love the snowy look and how the red color really pops.

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You can see this full Red Christmas room tour and holiday mantel here. 

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  • 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. Tuck the largest ornaments inside towards the base of the tree, this will help fill any gaps!
  • Christmas ribbon and/or tree picks are usually more affordable.

Red & White Christmas Tree

Our flocked Christmas tree below shows a simple red and white color scheme.

This is the same white flocked Christmas tree above except I opted to add white ornaments and I made a DIY burlap advent garland with tree picks as the Christmas tree topper. The overall look of this tree is simple and classic!

flocked christmas tree, goldendoodles, red christmas ornaments, red pillows, black ottoman coffee table, stone fireplace, wood mantel, tv over mantel, white sectional

See our Christmas living room and tree decorating ideas here. 

Get the look:

If you love the look of a red Christmas color scheme, I’ve curated the perfect list on my Amazon Storefront (click here) featuring all things Coastal Christmas!

Flocked Christmas Tree With Silver and White Decorations

Our coastal beautiful flocked Christmas tree features white ornaments paired with silver ornaments, blue metallic ornaments and burlap.

The jute roping is a unique garland twist making this a super elegant Christmas tree!

Coastal Flocked Christmas tree with blue, silver and burlap ornaments

This gorgeous tree was featured in our dining room holiday tour a couple years ago and you can see the full coastal dining room tour here.

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  • flocked Christmas tree
  • coastal white ornaments like starfish, seashells and sea horses
  • extra wide burlap ribbon for a homemade bow on the top of the tree
  • jute roping for garland
  • varying sizes large ornaments paired with smaller ornaments
  • silver ornaments (like white or light blue Christmas balls)
  • metallic ornaments in a light blue
  • tree collar or white faux fur tree skirt

If you love the look of a coastal Christmas color scheme, I’ve curated the perfect list on my Amazon Storefront (click here) featuring all things Coastal Christmas!

Flocked Christmas Tree with Gold Decorations 

Our red and gold Christmas living room with black and cardinals featured a rustic lodge theme which came out beautiful.

Red + Gold Woodland Themed Christmas Tree and Family Room

See our Red and Black plaid Christmas living tour here. 

Get The Look:

If you love the look of a gold Christmas color scheme, I’ve curated the perfect list on my Amazon Storefront (click here) featuring all things Coastal Christmas!

Flocked Tree With White Ornaments 

A few years ago I decorated our foyer at our old house and these white owls (from Pottery Barn) and this pine flocked tree. I love how the beautiful tree looked with simple white ornaments, scattered large pinecones and dark twig roping. 

our frosted fraser fir christmas tree

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Best Flocked Christmas Trees From Amazon

My favorite is this 10′ flocked tree (it’s a little pricey) but a great investment. It looks like it came in from the wintery forest covered in snow and the branches are loose and free looking. This smaller tree is a cheaper alternative and beautiful.

We also have this artificial flocked pine tree which is more full and “perfect” looking. It’s a classic looking tree that appears more formal than the first tree.

Want to find all these amazing products I have shared in one place? I curated the best Christmas board for you! Just click through here on my Amazon Storefront and find all my Christmas tree favorites and Christmas decorations broken out by category!

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Best Amazon Christmas trees

Try these flocked Christmas tree decoration ideas to enhance your holiday season and home’s uniqueness and beauty. Mixing and matching ornaments also provides a creative and cost-effective way to repurpose decorations from past years.

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  1. All great ideas. So beautiful. You’re getting me so excited for Christmas.

  2. Kim Beaulieu says:

    I absolutely love the one with the owls in it. So pretty!!

  3. Love all of them but the first one is my favorite.

  4. marilyn hull-parkes says:

    Thanks Jess they all look fabulous, but my favourite one has to be the Coastal Blue one and second the Owl and Pine Cone,s one,, and your dog is adorable,,

    1. Thank you Marilyn! I love the coastal blue too! It’s so bright and makes me think of warm weather! ðŸĪŠ

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