If you are looking for Christmas color combinations, these color palettes can give you some inspiration. All my own pictures and mostly my own decorating, I thought it would be fun to show you some of the colors I love!
Classic Red and Green Christmas Color Palatte
I love a traditional look and these colors scream Christmas to me! A couple of years ago I found the white and red striped flowers at Hobby Lobby and I think they add such a fun touch.
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Modern Red and Lime Green Christmas Color Palette
When I found lime green flowers years ago, it spawned a whole modern look to my decorations (I have a whole tub of just that super bright Chartreuse green now!) Lime green with the super bright red just looks so clean and modern. The snowman is new this year and I just love him!
Red and Turquoise Christmas Color Palette
I am obsessed with red and turquoise as a color combination and I love how they look on this cute elf my Father In Law got me years ago. Adding just a little bit of teal or blue to the “normal” red and green really helps make things pop!
Muted Red, Green and Gold Christmas Color Palette
This year I went with my Dads to a Christmas tree festival and found some cute trees that were outside my normal color schemes. I snapped some pictures so I could remember them for next year! This is a way more muted version than I do of red, green and gold… super classic and classy!
Red, Green and Black Christmas Color Palette
If you had told me that I would like black in Christmas decorating, I would have said, “heck no”. But after seeing this bow with the black, red and green, I am intrigued! Could be something fun to try for next year!
Farmhouse Christmas Color Palette
I have a whole little Farmhouse Christmas section in my house where I have “natural” Christmas, no glitter and muted colors that you would find in nature. Everyone notices because of how fancy everywhere else is, kind of a gentle place to land!
Unicorn Candy Christmas Colors
It is super funny, my husband is a big burly Minnesota boy, but this little vignette is right by where he sits (good he is comfortable with his masculinity!) When I branch in to new colors, I like to do a little side table the first year to see if I will like them… I am still up in the air about these!
Pink and Gold Christmas Color Palette
A few years ago I found an hombre pink Christmas tree in Michaels and it just had to come home with me! That started a whole pink and gold area in our master bedroom that is just so pretty at night with all the lights lit up!
Peach and Blue Mermaid Christmas Tree Colors
Alright, this was one of the trees at the event and it looked really pretty! It was a peach or salmon color with blue and turquoise. Living down here in Florida we probably see more mermaid trees than “normal” people do!
Bright Colorful Christmas Color Palette
Whoa, when I came around the corner and saw this colorful wreath I was taken aback, and charmed. It was full of bright colors and fun. This would be great for a kids room or family room for sure.
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Patriotic Christmas Color Palette
I am the kind of gal who stands for the Anthem every time and my Dads both served in the military, so I was super happy to see this tree! I think doing it on a white tree was totally the right choice, on a green tree it would not have been nearly as striking.
Boho Christmas Color Palette
I saved my favorite for last! A couple of years ago Michaels had a “Bohemian Christmas” section and I fell in love! Yes those are furry Christmas deer that have to be kept safe in plastic bags in the tubs and I threaten anyone who gets too near to them! I added the pom pom tree this year (bought that way, I had all the stuff to glue one together myself but never got around to it!)
Inspiration For Christmas Colors
I wanted to share these color palettes with you because 1. I am Christmas crazy and have SO MANY decorations and 2. people keep saying how cool all the different looks and colors are!
Please don't think I got all these things at once, I have collected them over the years and start small (the unicorn area is just one table… still up in the air if she will ever get her own section!)
The key to decorating for Christmas is finding what you love and then using those things to make your house a home at the holidays!