Christmas Tree Decoration Inspo For Every Personality

December 1, 2021

Dramatic Christmas Decoration

It’s officially December, which means it’s time to start decorating your Christmas tree. Just like snowflakes, every tree is unique – why not make yours a reflection of your personality? 

Dramatic Christmas Decoration


Do you love watching soap operas and slamming doors? How about tossing a martini in an ex’s face? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then a dramatically decorated tree might be right for you. 

Understated Christmas Tree Decoration


If you’re a believer that less is more, then an understated Christmas tree might be the decorating route for you. Pick a beautiful pine, fir, or spruce tree and add strategically selected decorations to enhance your tree’s natural beauty.

pink sofa and pink Christmas tree

Pretty in Pink

If you like making a singular, soft statement, then pastel pink is a winner. It’s a delicate yet bold color that’s sure to have a “wow” factor.

Stylish interior of living room with decorated Christmas tree

Heavy Metal

Are you a rock n’ roller who also loves snuggling on the couch with a cuddly blanket? Then gold and silver metallic tones are the way to go.

White room interior with New Year tree decorated


Do you think bigger and bolder is better? Is there no such thing as “too much”? Then you might be the ideal candidate for a lavishly decorated tree.

White room interior with New Year tree decorated


Some things never go out of style – a little black dress, Citizen Kane, and anything Audrey Hepburn. If you view trends as a passing fad, then consider a classically decorated Christmas tree.

If you’d rather sip eggnog than decorate a Christmas tree, you can book a Tasker to do it for you.


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