This should be one of the first things you consider before buying Christmas decorations. The color scheme you choose will decide what types of ornaments and trinkets you'll be able to buy, so pick wisely!
Love tradition? => Red and green
Red and green is probably the most popular Christmas decoration color scheme.
You'll be able to find almost any type of Christmas decoration that has a variation matching this color scheme, including garlands, ribbons, and tree ornaments.
If you want to make the decorations feel a bit fresher, use a range of shades for both colors - this will add depth without breaking the color scheme.
Want something minimalistic? => Blue and white
Blue and white is another popular color scheme as it reminds us of winter, without being too overbearing like the more traditional color schemes can sometimes be.
This color scheme can be easily incorporated into any aesthetic but looks particularly beautiful when paired with some natural green from trees and garlands.
Like with red and green, don't be afraid to experiment with different shades of each color to add some depth!
Like impressing your guests? => Gold and silver
The sparkle and glow of a gold and silver color scheme are sure to catch the eye of your guests!
This color scheme can turn any home into a combination of festive and luxurious, without obstructing the décor you usually have throughout the year.
The easiest decorations for this color scheme are tree ornaments and ribbons, as they always come in a huge range of colors.
Try to stick to only one or two shades of each color - gold and silver can appear "washed out" if they're too pale, and too overwhelming if they're too dark.
Want something modern? => Navy and fuchsia
Now, although this combination doesn't seem too festive, you can easily pull it off with some extra decorations!
For this color scheme to work, pair it with some neutral-colored decorations like fake snow - make it as obvious as possible that you're celebrating Christmas.
This color scheme is sure to make a statement by putting a fun twist on the traditional festivities and glamming up the holiday a little.
Beware, this color scheme will only really work out if your existing home décor is based around shades of white and gray.