Daring Colors Offer Exciting Holiday Décor Possibilities

While the Season’s classic red and green olio has long been the popular choice for interior holiday decorating, the trend toward creating one’s own signature Christmas décor has some celebrants embracing the most unexpected yet exciting color medleys. From modern fusions that span the color spectrum to brilliant unmingled monochromatics, we’re loving the infinite possibilities and we think you will too.

 

HGTV shared the latest trend in Christmas trees, asking are they “glorious or gaudy”? What do you think?

 

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 This purple and bronze tree by Brian Patrick Flynn amps up the razzle dazzle factor
in Christmas color alternatives.

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Don’t worry if you can’t pick a single color or combination, take a page out of
Regina Gust’s Christmas story and let your imagination run wild.

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We adore the way many modern spaces provide the perfect canvas for experimenting with glorious holiday color combinations. The pink tree trend debuted a few years back but we’re still finding it popping up.

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Metallics are a mainstay in holiday decorating, however, this common element gets an uncommon twist with sophisticated color like this pale buttery yellow and navy blue.

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A traditional home gets a color infusion with a dynamic color duo of orange and blue. The potted Christmas tree is evidence of the trend towards using living trees in lieu of the traditional cut tree.

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Turquoise turns this traditional living room into a hip and trendy testament to the joy of using
outside the box Christmas colors.

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Who says you have to have a real tree? This modern interpretation of the traditional Christmas tree and the accompanying room prove anything goes when it comes to holiday décor this season.

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