Let your Christmas tree break schemes: Ornaments that you should not miss

Maybe you are already setting up your Christmas tree and want to innovate in its decoration. If you already got bored of the classic ornaments, this post is for you! In this post you will find ornaments of Scandinavian and Boho styles, and you will learn to combine them to give personality and style to your Christmas tree.

  1. Start with what you want to transmit

As I told you, I have brought you different types of ornaments of both Boho and Scandinavian style. The first thing we must do is define what feeling we want our tree to transmit, would you like to use only boho ornaments and give it a fresh and relaxed style? Or use natural elements, neutral colors with an accent of color characteristic of the Scandinavian style? Or even better! Why not combine a little of both? After all, we have already seen that these styles are worn super well.

  1. Select your color palette

This is something very important to define, before choosing the ornaments that you will use to decorate your tree. If you do not consider this aspect, you may end up compiling a lot of ornaments that do not combine with each other and will not have the result you expected.

  1. Combine styles

Among the ornaments of the Boho style, you can find the famous dream catchers, ornaments woven in macramé and some feathers too. While in the Scandinavian, you can find ceramic ornaments, neutral or earthy colors, elements in wood and ornaments woven in felt with Nordic motifs.

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You can take a little of both and give originality to your Christmas tree. I would put dream catchers and combine macrame ornaments with round wood slices and Nordic felt Christmas balls.

If you want to choose the transparent balls with feathers, I would combine them with white ceramic balls with gold and white felt ornaments with blue embroidery. These feathers are peacock and are beautiful, but we must be careful when choosing the color palette that we will use to combine it and obtain a successful result. My palette to use these feathers would be: blue, gold and white.

And you? What combination would you do?

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8 Comments

  • Trish 2018-12-10 at 6:54 pm

    Beautiful styling tips. I grew up in a house where there wasn’t a theme to the tree it was just a big mix of ornaments. I think this year though I am going to try styling my tree and see if I like it 🙂 Thanks for the great post!

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    • lacasadefreja 2018-12-12 at 8:45 am

      Im so happy it is useful 🙂

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  • Lisa 2018-12-11 at 6:52 am

    Love how you put these colors together. I use blue, silver and teal but last year added a touch of pink to it. This year I have less color and a lot more neutral decor but that one red ball still hangs on the Charlie Brown Christmas tree :).

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    • lacasadefreja 2018-12-12 at 8:46 am

      That´s so cute 🙂 love all Peanuts caracters, specially Snoppy, maybe I can add one to my tree 😀

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  • Lucy 2018-12-11 at 9:15 am

    These are so nice. I’m excited for how my tree will look when I have my own house 💗

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    • lacasadefreja 2018-12-12 at 8:46 am

      That´s exciting, right? 🙂

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  • Jen @ Jenron Designs 2018-12-11 at 5:30 pm

    I did a dreamcatcher tree in our bedroom this year and embraced the bohemian chic vibe, and I love those Scandi ornaments too so cute!

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    • lacasadefreja 2018-12-12 at 8:48 am

      Happy you like them 😀

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