Looking for a Classic Red Christmas Tree look? This post is loaded with inspiration to create a rustic, cozy, farmhouse themed red Buffalo Check Christmas Tree. This post contains affiliate links.
This charming Christmas Tree idea features a mixture of rustic, farmhouse, and country ornaments in red, black, and white colors. This color pallet really POPs against the flocked tree which was purchased at Target in 2019.
We recently ship lapped our den walls to make the room brighter, and bigger in appearance. It really added a nice touch to our 3 year old farmhouse. You can see what it looked like in prior years here.
I don’t know about you all, but I started decorating super early in 2020. My first tree look in this room was a Black & White Buffalo Plaid Christmas Tree look which mainly featured Walmart décor. I really loved the way the black & white popped against the wall, but I am a traditionalist at heart when it comes to holiday decor.
Seasonal Tree ideas
In fact, I have 3 fully decorated Christmas trees on my main floor, and one in my son’s room. We really enjoy Christmas in this house, and wish it was Christmas everyday. Our love for Christmas is what inspired our seasonal Christmas tree looks. You can find a Valentine’s Day tree, Easter tree, Harvest Tree, and Farmhouse Rae Dunn inspired tree on our site.
Red Buffalo Check Christmas Tree
Our red plaid inspired Christmas Tree features a slender flocked spruce tree that we purchased at Target last season. I love this tree because the branches are sturdy, sparse, and nicely colored. They really fall into place nicely and hold the ornaments perfectly.
I wanted this tree look to really POP against the white ship lapped walls and I feel that is exactly what it did. A mixture of classic matte and glitter red ornaments mixed with rustic Farmhouse ornaments of mixed materials.
My obsession with gnomes really shined through with this tree. I have some gnome ornaments from TJ Maxx that I mixed with some Dollar General Gnomes. The TJ Maxx gnomes were $5 each while the Dollar General Gnomes were just $1!! I really should have scooped up some more!
The key to the perfect tree is to really fill it in. I opted to not add garland to this tree which is unusual for me because typically I like the layering effect. Garland helps to fill in any bare spots that might attract the eye.
Instead, I opted for a mix of reds, whites, and even some black accented ornaments. I think the mixture of textures and sizes really worked well for this tree.
The double topper which consists of a snowflake, and red plaid bow (shop the look below) added a pretty touch to this eye-catching Christmas tree.
Overall, I am really happy with the way it came out. I purchased 90% of the ornaments this season which you can easily find in the “shop the look” section below!
We teamed up with Dawn over at Cutefetti to bring another look to the holidays that is much different than my classic style.
Her colorful Teal Christmas Tree look is whimsical and will make you feel like you are in the Nutcracker or Candy Land.
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Joy Buffalo Check Ornament (word)
Noel Buffalo Check Ornament (word)