The festive season is here and we’re so excited to share inspiration with 3 ways to style your Christmas tree, whether it be traditional, non-traditional or perhaps you’re looking for a way to save space.
Native Australian Style
Natives can be more than just flowers for the home or plants for the garden, you can make your Christmas tree Native Australian Style too.
All you need to do is pick up some classic Aussie ornaments (like baubles), a matching garland and some beautiful gumnuts and wattle. Bringing the elements of outdoor, indoor, for a truly Australian Christmas.
Space Saving Tree
Not all homes have the space for a full-sized tree, but everyone has a wall they could use for this incredible branch hanging tree.
Get the kids involved and incorporate the outdoors with some beautiful sticks or branches, then simply tie them together with string and your favourite coloured ornaments to let this tree really pop. Finally, add your Christmas gifts underneath to bring this space saving tree to life.
Colour Block Classic Tree
Maybe a more classic tree is your style and with this one we’re keeping it fun and bright by choosing one colour as the theme, like a pop of pink as the hero.
Start it off a solid foundation of lights wrapped all the way up and down your tree, plus a selection of your chosen colour ornaments, too. Make sure to choose some different shades as this will help give your tree that extra bit of depth. And then finish it off with any other splashes of fun - we chose a few birds and gingerbread houses.
Make it Christmas this year with Buranda Village.