10 ways to decorate your Xmas tree gallery

LARNIE NICOLSON JANE USSHER ELIZABETH GOODALL BELINDA MERRIE JANE DOVE JUNEAU LARNIE NICOLSON ELIZABETH GOODALL JANE DOVE JUNEAU BELINDA MERRIE JANE USSHER

Instead of the traditional tinsel and baubles; faux, or real, flowers create a pretty look.

Wonderfully rustic, and dripping with family decorations - there's something to be said for trees with a homemade look.

And then there's those who manage to place a decoration on every single branch of the tree - and never fail to impress.

Classic white and gold will always be an elegant choice.

Floral decoratins that keep with the festive theme of red, white and green.

Colour co-ordinate with two central tones; here blue and pink gives a traditional tree a contemporary twist.

Soft ribbon or tulle can be wrapped in diagonal lines around the tree.

Colour block with baubles like this tree: green, red and silver.

Opt for all white; simple white flowers and baubles create a calming set up. Perfect for homes with a Scandi vibe.

Think beyond the fairy: a big bow to top off your tree says Christmas with a flourish.

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Are you a strategic decorator or do you prefer a festive randomness? 

No matter what your strategy, decorating the Christmas tree is a sure ways to bring a bit of holiday cheer into the home. Here are some ideas to inspire.

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Florals are an on-trend choice for tree decorations. Keep it festive by using green, white and red foliage.
JANE DOVE JUNEAU

Florals are an on-trend choice for tree decorations. Keep it festive by using green, white and red foliage.

 - NZ House & Garden

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