Trimming The Tree

Need inspiration for this year's tree? Look no further than these four bloggers' fabulous twists on tradition. With these styles that are sure to meet any decor preference, you'll find a look to steal for the holidays.

Let it snow

Let it snow

Image source: The Tomkat Studio

Silver, white and full of splendor, this Christmas tree is the sweet melody carols are made of. Frosty with delight, this is a spectacular tree to replicate in your home. Take on this blogger's look by mixing metallic silvers, glitter and various shades of white for a fancy yet sweet mix. A neutral look that goes well with any holiday decor scheme, white is a fail-safe option for this year's Christmas tree.

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Rustic and old-fashioned

Rustic and old-fashioned

Image source: By Stephanie Lynn

Woodsy girls love to turn their home into a rustic-looking country Christmas. Trim your tree with your favorite style using a lot of traditional gear with newer rustic looks that are trendy for 2013. Using the conventional red and green trimmings, this blogger spruced up her pine with beautiful brown accents.

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Chic meets traditional

Chic meets traditional

Image source: Pretty Handy Girl

With another twist on tradition, this blogger adds a chic modern black accent to her holiday decor. Not completely out of the norm, this Christmas tree still incorporates style with the comforts of custom. With this fun change, the tree looks glamorous and inviting for holiday gatherings. Get this look by choosing your favorite nontraditional items to incorporate your own style into your Douglas fir.

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White and crimson

White and crimson

Image source: Centsational Girl

In another break from tradition, this blogger turns her simple mix of white and crimson into a tree of absolute beauty. Using upscale feathers and trendy holly, she still decorates her frosty tree branches with whimsical favorites, such as fire truck and gingerbread ornaments. Get this look for your tree decor using a combination of new looks and old pieces.

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