This so simple rustic Christmas tree is great for someone who is going for the farmhouse look. Farmhouse is really popular right now and most people don’t think to include their Christmas tree in that theme.
This tree includes pinecones for that outdoor feel, wood garland, and carved wooden ornaments. It’s a fully rustic vibe from top to bottom and could even be completed with a wooden tree topper.
This is a really cool way to add some simple Christmas decor to your home.
Farmhouse Christmas Tree Topper
I actually decided against adding a tree topper to this look to stay true to the farmhouse theme.
Removing the topper actually made for a more organic, farmhouse and rustic design letting the wood garland and ornaments speak for themselves.
That’s one of the beauties of farmhouse decor, less is usually best.
How to Use the Rustic Christmas Garland
Using a wood garland is a little outside of the box which is why I love it. It fits the rustic theme perfect and was actually really easy to do.
I strung the beads in a simple, and casually draped fashion throughout the branches for an overly organic garland look. The wooden garland adds the epitome of a country or deep Christmas in the woods look.
This farmhouse Christmas garland can be at home in both Colorado in the heart of the mountains or in your farmhouse style home in the south.
The simplicity of wooden beads strung looks effortless. I love to style the wooden beads for a Christmas tree on a green tree to really let them stand out.
Round Wood Christmas Ornaments
I mixed and matched several round wood Christmas ornaments that had carved wooden Reindeer ornaments, paired with wooden pinecones and even a few light taupe and brown striped ball ornaments.
All of this combined helped to add a simple look but let the round wood Christmas ornaments pair beautifully with the wooden garland draped around the tree.
Mix and match these wood farmhouse ornaments for an overly organic and cozy winter Christmas in the woods feel.
If you like the taupe look check out the taupe Christmas tree I did a few years ago.
To Flock or Not to Flock?
I am a huge fan of flocked tree, however, I decided not to use a flocked tree with this theme because I really wanted the wood to be the star.
I think the simple green matches perfectly with some red accents. This keeps a traditional Christmas feel while adding a unique spin with the wood.
A great way to get those red accents this is to add some red packaging under the tree.
Christmas Tree Skirt Rustic
I wanted to continue the farmhouse feel even through the bottom of the tree so I set out to find a Christmas tree skirt rustic style. Instead of a wooden tree collar, I wanted something soft and fluffy to counter balance the wooden garland and wood ornaments.
This brown, fluffy faux fur is the perfect rustic tree skirt to do that! It looks so soft that you just want to snuggle under it!
Your Christmas tree presents will look so beautiful laid on it. And the beauty of this rustic, farmhouse style tree skirt is that you can always re-use it should you decide to change up your Christmas tree theme another year!
I’m using a 60″ faux fur tree skirt in these photos.
Overall I thought this farmhouse style Christmas tree was a winner! It’s so simple to put together and you really can go as big or little as you want. If you like a full tree, add more ornaments and garland. If not, stick with the basics and let the green tree shine.
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