I love this starfish themed Christmas tree! Create a starfish garland, or purchase one here! Christmas trees can look barren and unfinished when they’re not surrounded by presents. Use lanterns and metal bins to decorate around the base of the tree if you haven’t gotten around to wrapping your presents yet!
Color scheme is everything when it comes to coastal Christmas trees. Choose “airy” colors like light blue, turquoise, tan, and silver when hanging the ornaments on your tree. You could even use your presents as an accent piece!
While this isn’t exactly a coastal Christmas tree, I was completely in love with the burlap tree topper, and I had to share! Burlap ribbon makes a great tree topper for any beach themed Christmas tree because of the neutral color.
Not everyone can have a white Christmas! If you’re fortunate to live in a warm climate year round, consider putting your tree outside this year! It’s a unique idea, and you can bet that your neighbors will have never seen anything like it.
Various shades of blue work together seamlessly to create this stunning tree. Add a few seashells and starfish around your tree to really tie everything together. Don’t forget about your stockings! How cute are these ones paired with the starfish garland?
While red isn’t traditionally a color found in coastal decor, it is a color traditionally found in Christmas decor! Add hints of red ornaments throughout your tree to add a touch of Christmas tradition while keeping your coastal theme intact.
Beach themed ornaments are a great way to bring the ocean to even the most land-locked homes. Decorate with sailboats, seashells, mini lighthouses, and more. The coral and turquoise color scheme makes the room look bright, airy, and straight out of a vacation magazine.
Think outside-the-box this year! Fashion a nautical Christmas tree out of fishing line. Use leftover PVC pipe as the frame for your tree, and drape a fishing net over the top. Decorate with ocean themed ornaments, lights, and a dramatic tree topper.
Less is more with this do-it-yourself tableside Christmas tree. Hang seashells on pieces of driftwood. Place in a bowl of beach stones (or even seaglass!) for this fun decoration!
Make a statement with this neon blue Christmas tree! However, because the tree is such a dramatic hue, it’s best to keep things simple with your tree toppers and decorations.