Farmhouse is one of the most popular design styles right now. If you decorate your home in a farmhouse style, it definitely makes sense to have a farmhouse style Christmas tree, too!
Farmhouse style in general is cozy, comfortable, and timeless. It’s pretty perfect for Christmas!
What makes a Christmas tree Farmhouse style? Farmhouse is actually pretty similar to a rustic style Christmas tree.
Farmhouse trees will have:
- Limited color palette – green, red, black, white, and natural wood tones
- Lots of textures in greenery – more than just a traditional garland but instead with lots of types of leaves and greens in there
- Traditional shapes like trees, houses, logs, and bows
- No intricate patterns. Mostly solids with large scale patterns like buffalo check.
- Wooden signs with upbeat holiday messages
- Wood decor with natural or distressed rustic finishes
- Small elements like pine cones, sprigs of greenery, and small bows sprinkled throughout the house
- Simple gift wrap such as brown paper and string
- Brass or gold jingle bells
- Vintage, nostalgic items also add a cozy, homey, farmhouse feel.
Take farmhouse word signs to the next level with these DIY farmhouse sign ornaments.
Add some charm to a store bought tree skirt by personalizing it in a farmhouse style.
These DIY pom pom garlands in a neutral color scheme are perfect for your farmhouse tree.
This Christmas tree sign has farmhouse written all over it.
The neutral color of these stockings plus the pop of buffalo check makes them perfect for your Farmhouse Christmas
If you don't want to DIY wood beads, just order these. They can be a garland, hang from a knob, or lay as a part of a centerpiece!
This faux greenery would be so pretty on your tree or mantel!
Wooden beads are a great way to add texture to your tree or decor. Here's how to DIY them!
Blue and white might not be super traditional farm house, but this tree will have you feeling that cozy at home vibe.
Love shiplap? Here is how to make DIY shiplap ornaments from the dollar store!
Faux eucalyptus is a fantastic way to add texture and muted color to your farmhouse Christmas decor
These little old fashioned washboard ornaments are perfectly nostalgic and great for your farmhouse tree
Farmhouse lovers love Rae Dunn. Here's how to DIY inspired ornaments.
Books are perfect for farmhouse decor. Neutral colors, nostalgia, texture - it doesn't get any better than this! These DIY ornaments are easy to make in bulk and beautiful!
Add a bit of rustic texture to your Farmhouse Christmas tree with these DIY clothespin ornaments.
Salt dough hits the nail on the head for a lot of farmhouse elements - neutral color, simple shapes, and a nostalgic craft!
Want pine cones on your tree without the mess? Here's how to make faux pinecone ornaments from paper.
Wood adds an awesome natural, neutral element to your farmhouse Christmas tree.
Cotton stems add an interesting texture ad almost feel snow-like when tucked into your tree
This star has a simple but nostalgic-feeling star shape and lots of natural texture, perfect to top your Farmhouse Christmas Tree
Buffalo check is a farmhouse staple. Pick up a spool of wired ribbon and add it in multiple spots in your home!
Take your wood beads to the next level with these DIY ornaments
Select neutral sweater colors to DIY these ornaments in a farmhouse style.
Frost some pine cones to make extra special ornaments!
Do you decorate your tree in a Farmhouse style? I’d love to see it!
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