While black Christmas trees are typically not first in line, there is no limit to the magic you can create. So, if you want a black Christmas tree this year or already have one, you may enjoy working with the following black Christmas tree decoration ideas.
1. Black, Silver, and White Ombre Christmas Tree
This right here is one of our favorite black Christmas tree ideas. The way the black hue balances the white and silver tones just feels serene. There’s a calmness and balance to it, and the matching ornaments add some dimension while maintaining the balance.
You can use black ornaments in the black areas and white & silver ornaments in the white & silver areas as is in the picture. But if you want yours to be a little different, you could switch the ornaments: put the black ornaments in the bright areas while the white ornaments go to the black areas.
2. Floral Monochrome Christmas Tree
This particular Christmas decor for black trees is pretty simple; for the most part, you get to work with just black and white ornaments (or multi-colors in between). But even with the simplicity of the process, the outcome is nothing short of elegant.
To pull this off, all you need is your all-black Christmas tree, white flower petals, black ornaments, and silver ornaments(like snowflakes). You may throw in some dark-silver ornaments as it is in the picture.
3. Gold on Lush Black Tree
Black Christmas trees are ordinarily stunning. But leaving them without some form of brightness or glimmer may not sufficiently evoke the Christmas season. Throw on some gold ornaments, and the story changes totally – black and gold are always magical together. The chic black Christmas tree remains stunning in the background, while the sparkles of the gold ornaments saturate the air with some Christmas spirit.
4. Night Sky
You know that feeling when you are staring up in the sky at night, and the stars are up there? You can evoke the same feeling with this design. It is one of the simplest black Christmas tree decoration ideas we came across. Unlike some other black Christmas tree decorations, you only need 2 things: your black Christmas tree and warm Christmas lights.
5. Flocked Black Christmas Tree Decorated With Purple or Blue Ornaments
As far as black Christmas tree ideas go, this design is distinctive. Besides being a unique, eye-catching decor, it readily syncs with various interior arrangements; any backdrop is the perfect canvas for this tree.
Decorate your black Christmas tree following this idea, ensure you flock moderately. Too much flock might ruin the refined black Christmas tree look. You can use blue Christmas ornaments or purple ornaments. But whichever you choose, ensure the tone is relatively muted. You may add some smaller flock-matching ornaments, but these should be moderate too.
6. Black Tinsel Tree
This tinsel tree is perfect for a chic gothic-inspired look. It comes with subtle white tones at the tip of the needles, so the black shade does not dominate excessively. Then the slim size is the definition of prim and chic. The whole tree is nothing too much and nothing too little – it is just enough Christmas and goth.
7. Black Bottlebrush
The black bottlebrush is one of many minimalist Christmas decoration ideas we came across. The highlight of this decoration is a cute black tree with branches like the bristles of a bottlebrush.
Decorating a minimalist interior home with this idea will surely pop. While the tree alone is perfect, you may add some black and white ornaments at its base. Using black and white pompoms as Christmas ornaments here would be fun.
8. Medium Blue/Navy Blue Plus Silver/White on Black
You can create a cool atmosphere by decorating your black tree with medium blue tones alongside silver and white baubles You may also throw in a few gold ornaments.
While all the colors in this decoration idea blend well, unifying into calmness, we wouldn’t use as many baubles to avoid suppressing the coolness. But you could use as many ornaments as you want if it suits your taste for the holiday season.
9. Small Monochromatic Black Christmas Tree
This inspiration is another option if you want minimalist black Christmas tree decoration ideas. The black tree with its sparsely-spaced branches embodies the clutter-free principle of minimalism. Then limiting the choice of colors to 2-3 neutral shades is just perfect.
The small size of this Christmas tree works well if you do not want your Christmas tree decoration to dominate the whole room. You want it around, but you do not want it to be the only thing people notice.
10. Black Christmas Tree Cones
Take your home away from the regular black Christmas tree decoration ideas with this design. This decor is literally magical – the cones that make up the tree are reminiscent of wizard hats, especially with the tiny stars on them.
This black Christmas tree decor is a perfect fit for minimalist interiors. But it could work even in non-minimalist spaces.
11. Black Origami Christmas Tree
Here’s an idea for a simple, fun, flexible, and affordable black Christmas tree you can use in various parts of your home. You can make an origami black tree in various sizes; you can make it small enough to stand on your dinner table. Alternatively, you can make it almost as big as traditional trees, so you can make it stand in your living room.
Since the process of making a black tree with origami is pretty simple, you can make many pieces in a short time. So, you can make enough for your tables, shelves, and if you want to hang some, you can.
12. Ombre Lilac-Black Christmas Tree
This is another ombre black Christmas tree idea, but unlike the previous one, you’ll have lilac tones at the upper area of the tree fade into the black bottom. If you already have too much white in your home decor but still want that ombre pattern, swapping the white and silver hues for lilac gives the same feeling.
13. Papier-Mache Black Christmas Tree
Black Christmas trees created using your craft skills are typically fun. But besides being fun, they are inexpensive, and you can make them into any size you want. If you are going with this black tree idea, you may make a corresponding white Christmas tree as in the picture. But if your interior already offers a white backdrop, a white papier-mache Christmas tree will not be necessary.
The pinata-like black tree does not really need any ornaments; it is cute alone. But if you feel like it, you can decorate your tree with a white or silver Christmas tree topper – preferably a star.
14. Sketched Black Christmas Tree Decorated With a Chain of Paper Rings
Decorating black Christmas trees may not get easier than this. All you need to pull this off is a blackboard (or an alternative), some chalk, and your craft skills.
Putting all of these together should only take a few minutes if you already have a blackboard or something like it. You may decorate the sketched black tree using red paper rings as in the picture. Alternatively, you may use other rich tones like blue and gold. In place of red, blue, or gold ornaments, you may also use wooden ornaments with rich hues.
15. A Black Christmas Tree With Letters of the Alphabet
This decoration idea is another easy way to decorate black Christmas trees without sacrificing aesthetics. The main things you need for this are your black Christmas tree and alphabet ornaments in black and white.
You may throw in a few silver or gold ornaments. But make sure there are only few of them. Also, ensure the alphabet ornaments are black and white. Any other color besides this may not work.
16. Christmas Tree Dress
While the picture is not the image of a decorated black Christmas tree, we think you can adjust this idea to suit a black Christmas tree.
You could replace the mannequin with a black one. Then a silver, milk, or white bodice in place of the blue bodice would be perfect. Of course, the green tree would be replaced with a black Christmas tree. Then the ornaments should be mainly white and silver. But if you want, you could add some gold.
17. Print Your Tree
This idea is perfect if you want a Christmas tree you can place on shelves and tables, and it is uncomplicated. Once you have a printer, glue, and scissors, you will have your black Christmas tree ready in a few minutes.
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