With the first social media platforms, such as Pinterest, no shortage of festive ideas to bring Christmas cheer and holiday spirit. There are so many Christmas wall decor ideas that it can be challenging to pick a few that will fit your space best. This year we have brought you a complete list of seasons’ most popular tree and wall Christmas decorations.
13 Christmas Wall Art and Tree Decor Ideas
Every idea on this list considers budget, space, and time! Especially since at Christmas, you are already spending a lot more; we want to bring you something that will make your season bright without burning the budget! Whether you’re looking for classic decor or modern and fun, we have 13 fantastic ideas for you here.
1. DIY Christmas Wall Tree
Don’t have the space for a giant Christmas tree but want the feeling of one? This large wall Christmas tree is the perfect Christmas tree alternative to your holiday woes. You can realistically set up this wall Christmas tree, decorations, and all for under $50. All you need for this project is some green garland, 3m hooks, lights, and some ornaments.
2. Christmas Ornament Wall Gallery
Sometimes, the simplest of things can make the most beautiful of decor. This Christmas wall decor idea comes from the Liz Marie blog and is beautiful. She sets the stage for a beautiful entryway wall with a simple “Merry Christmas” sign and hanging ornaments. She then adorned her bench with cream blankets and pillows and added red pillows for the perfect pop of color.
3. Ho, Ho, Ho, the Holiday Season Away
Similar to the concept above, this Christmas wall art simply needs some ornaments, golden letters, candles, and a few accents. These Christmas wall decorations can be made without much work and at a low price. Go to your local crafting store, get some large letters and spray paint them gold. Most folks have leftover ornaments and holiday decor that can be repurposed into something like what you see here.
4. I’m Dreaming, Of a White Christmas
This one is my favorite among the many Christmas wall decor ideas. Something is just so pretty and sophisticated when you pair the color white with warm lights and a green garland. If you have a fireplace or mantle in your home, you will want to pay attention as to how to decorate it to make a statement.
5. Boho Christmas Wall Art
As I mentioned, there are many different styles of Christmas now. Among them has come the Boho chic movement that incorporated many earth tones and organic shapes. This DIY Christmas wall decor takes a wooden rod, some wooden beads, eucalyptus leaves, and some fir branches. I like this DIY Christmas wall art because it is simple, inexpensive, and beautiful.
6. Macrame Christmas Wall Decor
Similar to other Christmas wall decor ideas, this macrame wall art is a little more complicated but worth trying to make! You can make a beautiful Christmas piece with some simple string, red bells and ornaments, and a cute little enter piece. There is a tiny joy sign in this image, but consider adding pine cones, maybe a mini wreath, or even some other tiny Christmas sign!
7. Earthy Wall Hanging
This earthy piece of art is perfect for adding to this season’s list of DIY projects. This simple wall hanging project uses a rough piece of wood, any type of branch you can find on your property. You can also purchase a branch like this at your local craft store (but it will cost more than free…and we like free). Grab some fishing line and whatever ornaments you like, and hang it as you like. I love the use of the white stars because it still looks like holiday decor but is slightly unconventional.
8. DIY Popsicle Snowflakes
If you are looking for some DIY Christmas wall art that you can do with the kids and family to get them in the Christmas spirit, then these popsicle snowflakes are so much fun to create! This wall décor simply takes popsicle sticks, a glue gun, and some paint. Personally, I would have several colors of paint and maybe even some glitter to make my snowflakes a little more festive. When these are completed, hang them on the wall with some clear fishing lines to give the illusion of falling snowflakes.
9. Christmas Cards Tree
Have a collection of Christmas cards and don’t know what to do with all of them? Make a Christmas tree card on your wall to display all that holiday spirit. Simply use thin pieces of wood or corkboard and attach them to the wall with 3m strips. Then, attach your holiday cards with a push pin. This simple Christmas home decor is what people love to see when they walk into your home.
10. Simplistic Paper Tree Garland
You cannot have a list of Christmas wall decor ideas and not include the entry and stairways of your home. This is among the easiest DIY projects and will liven up the Christmas spirit in your home. I like things I can reuse for a few years; because of this, I usually spend a little more on the front end on realistic-looking garlands. However, you can also go for the real thing and spend a bit less in that one year. Just add some ribbons and bows, and this beautiful look is complete.
11. Christmas Farmhouse Style Entryway Wall
Aside from the Boho and woodland look, the farmhouse style has become an incredibly popular style to decorate with. Your entryway is perfect for making a statement with your Christmas style! The farmhouse style and look are easy to achieve. Large letters, a lot of white, organic colors, and fir branches and wreaths, and you must incorporate textiles such as pillows and blankets.
12. Christmas Hanging Décor
If you want another project to make with your kiddos, this one is so much fun! This hanging Christmas wall decor is one that doesn’t take much to make, and your kids will enjoy seeing their art hanging around the house. Click this link for the youtube tutorial on how to make this pretty art.
13. DIY Vintage Truck Wall Hanging
Last but not least is another DIY home decor piece. The red Christmas tree truck has become commonplace in holiday decor ideas. You can either make this piece as large Christmas wall art or a smaller piece simply by choosing your canvas. Personally, I like painting on wood pieces, but you can paint this on a traditional canvas as well. Make this into a family painting night using the tutorial above!
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