“Wintery Whites”: Christmas Trees!

north carolina interior designer kathryn greeley presents wintery white inspiration for Christmas

Here at Chestnut Cottage, our trees are green but that doesn’t mean I haven’t seen some lovely wintery white Christmas trees! If white is one of your favorite holiday colors, why not try a white tree or simply a green tree decorated in white! Either way, this is a clean and crisp look for the holidays, but still very festive! Enjoy some of my favorite wintery white looks…

"Wintery Whites": Christmas Trees!

Love this blue and white scheme, and of course the sweet pup on his pillow!

"Wintery Whites": Christmas Trees!

These are also a good examples of how to use blue and white on your tree!

Above, you will see this gold and white palette that is very warm and cozy! And this next photo below is also a lovely golden white scheme with a touch of silver in the gift wrapping! This is sure to please your holiday guests that want to feel warm and cozy but also chic and crisp!

"Wintery Whites": Christmas Trees!

"Wintery Whites": Christmas Trees!

"Wintery Whites": Christmas Trees!

"Wintery Whites": Christmas Trees!

And if you are really brave, try a pink and white tree with touches of green and blue! This is great for young children. You can thank my friend Tobi Fairley for this adorable take on a white christmas tree and decor!

"Wintery Whites": Christmas Trees!

I hope you are getting your Christmas trees ready, regardless of  the color!

Enjoy!

north carolina interior designer kathryn c greeley presents wintery whites series of christmas time inspiration

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One Response to “Wintery Whites”: Christmas Trees!

  1. franki says:

    Every single one was my favorite! franki

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