One Christmas tradition many people follow is putting up and decorating a tree. While a traditional tree is all well and good, it might be the year to get a bit more creative.
From an all-white and silver tree to a book lovers tree, here is some tree theme inspiration to help you find the perfect aesthetic.
Silver is a traditional Christmas color, something that makes its way into more than one decoration.
An all-white silver and frosty tree should join in on the fun, considering how much it makes a living room look like a gorgeous winter wonderland.
A Grinchy Christmas Tree
One of the classic Christmas characters, why not decorate a tree with the Grinch?
Hey, it might make a person's heart grow three-sizes just looking at the beautiful Whoville-inspired decor!
A Candy Tree
What is Christmas without a whole lot of sweets to indulge on?
Just think about putting the candy on the tree for decorations, though, and you'll have this beautiful and very different tree to boast about!
Elegant White And Gold
For those who like a little more elegance with their Christmas tree, a lovely gold and white aesthetic is the way to go.
With ornaments, flowers, and a whole lot of sparkle, it is the perfect choice for people with gold holiday decorations.
A Whimsical Icicle Tree
Bring a snowy winter wonderland into your house with a whimsical icicle tree, perfect for the holidays and the season.
All this look takes is a whole lot of hanging icicle ornaments and lights!
It is Christmas, after all, so why not decorate your tree with the jolly man himself, Santa Claus?
Beads, bobbles, and a whole lot of Saint Nick complete this theme with Santa's legs coming out of the tree.
Pink And Rose Gold
A frosted look without a frosted tree, pink and rose gold is an elegant aesthetic that would look good in anyone's house!
All it takes is ornaments of various shades and a whole lot of glitter and glam.
Silver And Gold
Hey, there is even a song called "Silver and Gold," so why not bring that vibe into your Christmas tree aesthetic?
An easy look, all this takes is silver and gold ornaments of all shapes and sizes!
Blue And Silver
Brighten up your house with a blue and silver tree aesthetic!
Even with a green tree, this look really pops, thanks to the abundance of ornaments, silver flowers, and even tinsel.
Nightmare Before Christmas Gothic Tree
There is nothing wrong with thinking outside of the box when it comes to a Christmas Tree theme.
In fact, a Nightmare Before Christmas tree is the perfect statement piece, complete with Jack Skellington ornaments and purple bobbles.
A Frosty Look
One of the trending looks that never goes out of style is a frosty Christmas tree.
Looking like it was taken straight out of a snowy forest, this tree will be the envy at any holiday party.
Red Holly For A Festive Touch
Nothing says traditional Christmas quite like holly.
But, instead of placing it around the house, think about decorating your tree with holly, pinecones, and even poinsettia flowers, to give the tree a forest feel.
Toys, Toys, And More Toys
Toys are one of the traditional Christmas presents, especially when kids are involved.
Even if kids aren't in the family, this toy tree is the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit and feel young again.
A Book Lovers Tree
A huge step away from a traditional evergreen Christmas tree, this book theme is something every book lover should think about doing this holiday season.
All it takes is some work stacking novels on top of one another, forming a tree-like shape, and then decorating with some lights!
Under The Sea
Ocean and beach lovers should definitely do something a little different this holiday season, such as this under the sea tree.
With starfish ornaments, a fishing net, and a whole lot of blue, this aesthetic is sure to make people think of the warm weather right around the corner!
A Walt Disney Theme
Disney fans should think about grabbing all of their swag and using it as decor for their Christmas tree.
With Mickey Mouse on the top, decorate the branches with various characters, memories, and even stars to make the tree shine.
Time to throw a garden into a Christmas tree with this flower power aesthetic!
All it takes is choosing your favorite flowers and placing them either in a twirling pattern around the tree or just scattered everywhere! The options are endless.
A Snowflake Tree
It is winter, and what better way to bring in the holiday weather than with a snowflake tree?
Either frost your tree or leave it be; just make sure to put a whole lot of snowflake ornaments all over it!
Farmhouse decor is an aesthetic a lot of people enjoy and decorate their house with during any time of the year.
So, think about decorating your Christmas tree with some burlap, wooden ornaments, and bows!
A Halloween Tree
For those who aren't over spooky season and want to bring the scary Halloween vibes into Christmas, look no further than a Halloween tree.
A black tree with orange ornaments and a ghost or witch hat as a star, this tree makes for the perfect sooky Christmas.
Steampunk But Make It Christmas
Gears, chrome, and gold-platted ornaments will make a steampunk-themed Christmas tree an absolute hit.
A very different look, this aesthetic is all about bringing personality and quirkiness to the holiday season.
A Christmas Village
What is Christmas without a wintery village full of lights, candles, and village people?
A Christmas village tree is a bit of a DIY project, but it will give those village decorations a new home off the shelf and make for one amazing-looking tree!
Snowmen Are Always Festive
Snowmen are a traditional Christmas symbol, especially for those who live somewhere where snow is a normal occurrence over the winter season.
Here, the snowman tree is merry and bright, complete with a head on top, numerous snowmen ornaments throughout, and even arms sticking out of the sides.
For The Movie Lovers
Movie lovers are going to want to take a page out of this tree's book!
A movie-themed Christmas tree, complete with popcorn bags, movie tape, and "showtime" signs, is the perfect way to get families into the Christmas movie-watching mood.
A bit bubbly, this pastel tree is enough to make anyone smile while looking at it.
Straight out of a gumdrop forest, this tree is all about pretty pastel-colored ornaments, bows, and candy.
Avengers! Assemble Your Tree
Avengers, it is time to assemble this amazing Marvel tree, complete with Captain America's shield on top as the star and some fan-favorite character ornaments throughout.
Step it up a notch and add character-color ribbons!
Green Ornaments Look Beautiful
While covering a green tree in nothing but green ornaments might seem odd, the end result speaks for itself.
Lovely to look at and not too in-your-face, this theme is a great option for anyone who doesn't like too much color.
Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!
Charlie Brown and the gang, including Snoopy and Woodstock, are ready to step your Christmas tree game up a notch.
With Peanuts-inspired ornaments and even stuffed toys, this tree screams, "Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!"
Traditional Red And Green Colors
When it comes to Christmas, red and green are two of the most traditional colors. So, why not bring that tradition into your Christmas tree aesthetic?
Honestly, this tree just looks like Christmas.
Somewhere Over The Rainbow
Brighten up your living room with a rainbow tree!
While the tree is a typical evergreen, adding red, yellow, green, blue, and purple ornaments of all shapes and sizes brings the tree from ordinary to extraordinary.