10 creative Christmas colour palettes

10 creative Christmas colour palettes

10 creative Christmas colour palettes Author: Style At Home


10 creative Christmas colour palettes

Red and green might be the traditional colour palette of the holiday season, but that doesn’t mean it has to be yours. We’ve rounded up 10 beautiful Christmas colour palettes from the pages of Style at Home magazine to inspire you to add new colour combinations to your holiday home decor accessories, seasonal tabletop or Christmas ornaments.
Photography by Virginia Macdonald

Sparkling silver and gold
Skip a heavy tablecloth and let your tabletop sparkle and shine on its own with the combination of beautiful silver and gold decor. Illuminate your holiday feast with candles inside gold brushed holders or add a festive centrepiece of gorgeous metallic baubles.

See the rest of this elegant holiday home here. holiday-colour-palette-fuchsia.jpg
Photography by Donna Griffith

Fabulous fuchsia

Give your home a vibrant pop of colour this holiday season with fuchsia. Decorate garlands and wreaths with fuchsia ornaments, place a bright toss cushion or throw blanket on chairs and add other festive accents to your home. This bright colour is sure to keep you in a good mood all season long.

See the rest of this vibrant holiday home here. holiday-colour-palette-blue.jpg
Photography by Virginia Macdonald

Beautiful blues

Welcome guests into your home this holiday season with a fresh and sophisticated colour palette of bright blues. Add silver and white accents using ornaments, allowing the beautiful blues to pop. Showcase festive decor accessories along an entryway or hang ornaments from your staircase banister to give your space a boost of festive sparkle.

See the rest of this beautifully decorated foyer here. holiday-colour-palette-black-gol.jpg
Photography by Michael Graydon

Glamorous gold

Transform your home this holiday season with glamorous gold and hints of black. Adorn your tabletop with everything from chargers and flatware to elegant glassware and napkin rings. Continue the colour scheme throughout your home by adding gold ornaments to your Christmas tree or fireplace mantle.

Tour the entire glamorous holiday home here.

Photography by Donna Griffith

Marvellous mauve
Warm mauve, soft silvers and hints of glitter will make your home dazzle during the holidays. Add violet toss cushions to a sofa and incorporate organic elements like birch branches and pine cones for a more rustic, woodsy feel.

View the entire sugar plum-inspired home here.

Photography by Sturla Bakken

Ruby reds
If you love decorating with red, try pairing it with hints of frosty blues this holiday season. This colour combo will give your home a burst of colour, especially against white decor accessories or dishware. A simple red ribbon placed down the centre of a plain tablecloth is an easy and inexpensive way to add festive colour to a tabletop. Wrap ribbon around flatware or use ornaments attached to name tags for playful place settings.

Learn how to achieve this holiday table setting look here. holiday-colour-palette-white.jpg
Photography by Donna Griffith

Wintry whites
An airy and light palette looks great in any home. Skip traditional reds and greens and decorate with white and silver toss cushions, decor accessories and hanging ornaments. Place beautiful white bowls or trays filled with ornaments all over the house to continue the wintry white theme.

Tour this entire wintry white holiday home here. holiday-colour-palette-bright.jpg
Photography by Stacey Van Berkel-Haines

Bright pastels
It may be winter outside, but who says your Christmas palette can't represent the colours of the summer season? Replace a red and green colour palette with hints of citrine and fuchsia. Fresh fabrics and bright bursts of colour give your home a cheerful and summery take on classic holiday decor. Choose chinoiserie and fauna prints over traditional bells and angels, hints of bright turquoise to add that pop of colour to the dining table and a rainbow of colourful ornaments to fill your tree.

Find more great cheerful Christmas decorating ideas here.
Photography by Stacey Van Berkel-Haines

Cheerful yellow
Create flair with an unexpected Christmas colour palette this holiday season and use bold and cheerful yellows to give everything from your decor accessories to festive table setting a punch of colour. Pair against hanging wreaths, candles and floral arrangements so the colour stands out, but also remains festive.

Tour the rest of this urban holiday home here.
Photography by Michael Graydon

Vibrant violet
‘Tis the season of indulgence and a decadent display of rich colours and sophisticated accents adds a dramatic look to any fireplace mantle. Pair gold and purple decor accessories with a natural garland, festive candles or even a ribbon to add a sense of grandeur to your festive holiday interior.

Find more ways to dress up your doors and mantles this holiday season here.


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10 creative Christmas colour palettes