Christmas isn’t as far as it seems, so why not dive into all that charming stuff? Think about your Christmas decorations, how do you see them? Traditional, vintage, Scandinavian or rustic? Today we’ve rounded up some images for those interested in something modern – examples of minimalist Christmas decor. Black, gray, white and natural wood – these are the main components here. Then use your imagination to create a perfect minimalist atmosphere: branches with garlands instead of a tree, black balls, concrete vases for branches, transparent acrylic trees and much more candles on the minimalist tables or simply on the floor. Check out the ideas below and find your own inspiration for your minimalist Christmas party!
Minimalism is about minimalist colors – you can create more contrast with black and white, or prefer a softer color scheme of gray and white. Integrate natural colors – green and different wood tones – and make your minimalist decor more variable.
Christmas trees can be decorated in a minimalist way with 3D paper ornaments, pompoms, lights, candles and white clay ornaments. You can also skip any decor and buy just Christmas lights or nothing at all. Eucalyptus and other greenery can be used to decorate your mantels and shelves to make wreaths and garlands. Evergreen garlands and wreaths are lovely for a minimalist decor with a natural feel, and you can put pine cones in glasses and bowls as centerpieces.
Use wooden beads, 3D paper ornaments for a minimalist Christmas decoration, choose minimal candle holders, put candles in bottles, make minimalist Christmas signs and artwork that you will love. Get more minimalist Christmas decor ideas below!