Art Deco Christmas Tree Ideas for your home or next Great Gatsby Holiday Party
Art Deco Christmas Tree
There is something about the glitz and glam of the Art Deco age that plays so well with the magic of Christmas. Like they say, “Ain’t no party like a Gatsby party”. While I wouldn’t consider my home purely Art Deco, I do find little bits of this fab style sneaking into my home here and there. So, while planning out the tree for this room I thought it would be a blast to let go of my decorating inhabitions and have a little fun with an Art Deco Christmas tree.
Thanks to Jennifer from Dimples and Tangles for co-hosting this It’s a Colorful Life Blog Hop. Make sure to see all of the fun tours at the bottom of the post.
Inexpensive Art Deco Christmas Tree Decorations
Note: I would like to thank Fringe Market, The Curious Department, and Anna Hayman Designs for sponsoring items in this post about our Art Deco Christmas Tree. I love the items and the opinions are 100% my own.
I am happy to report that I spent no money on the decorations for this Art Deco tree (aside from a new set of lights). I used simple items that I happened to have around my home and neighborhood. These ideas include: glittered floral picks, black fringe, peacock feathers, and 5 in chunky tassels left over from the curtains from my One Room Challenge curtains (originally sponsored by Fringe Market).
I also used left over chain from a kitchen light fixture as garland and pampas grass (which I may have foraged from our local CVS parking lot… Though I can not confirm nor deny such questionably nefarious activity. 🙂
During the One Room Challenge our dog, Alex, ate the old fringe off of our sofa. While I was less than pleased with Alex, I knew exactly where to go for replacement bullion, Fringe Market. I thought I would mix it up this time and go for a natural color vs tone on tone like last time.
Plus, I wanted to add some pretty pillows this unique room. However, I didn’t want just any pillows. Nooooooo….I wanted something soulful and decedant. I reached out to some of my two favorite European companies.
This gorgeous pillow is from The Curious Department. Check out Friday’s post to see another one of their pillows on my bed.
This second pillow is also incredibly scumptious. This beautiful pattern is from Anna Hayman Designs. Truly, you need to check out her Instagram!
Thanks for stopping by for the last of several Christmas make overs.
Did you miss either of these other trees?
It is fun to see how much it has changed since the comprehensive fall home tour last week.
ALSO….NEED MORE SPEAK EASY PARTY PLANNING IDEAS? I’ve got you covered. Check out this EPIC 1920’s PARTY we threw 4 years ago.
Ok, now go check out Jennifer from Tasha from Kaleidoscope living and all of the other fab participants so far.
Dimples and Tangles | Jeweled Interiors | Kaleidoscope Living | Haneen’s Haven | Southern State of Mind
Rain on a Tin Roof | Our Fifth House | PMQ for Two | Effortless Style |
Kate Decorates | Southern Hospitality | Heathered Nest | The Pink Clutch
Love all the Art Deco vibes! I’ve always felt your style had a lot of Art Deco influence and I love it!
Thanks so much Jordan! Love your style too!
This is absolutely gorgeous Jewel ❤️❤️
Oh my goodness! Thanks so much Gladys!
Jewel, that tree is outta this world! I’m loving all the new pillows you added to the room too. Gorgeous!!!
Thanks Kate! I appreciate you stopping by!
I’m impressed that you have a Christmas tree in your room, heart eyes! I love your living room tree, too. All the decorations makes it so Gatsby!
Thanks so much Ashley!!! It was fun to try something new!
I love the “collected” vibe of your tree… so pretty, Jewel!
Thanks Jennifer! I appreciate it!