The December Bridge is the time chosen by many to fill the house with the magic of Christmas, although the laggards will hurry until almost Christmas Eve to decorate it. Next to the Bethlehem, one of the star elements in any house is the Christmas tree.
And if you are looking for inspiration to put the tree this year and that looks like none, here you have three ideas to decorate it that we have been able to discover in Prado, a charming Jaca store, in the Aragonese Pyrenees. In black and gold, with simple branches, or in a classic style full of charm. Which one do you prefer?
A Christmas tree in black and gold
Putting a Christmas tree in black at home is risky. But without a doubt, you will love this combination. Combining the elegant black of the branches, with the crystal and with the golden color, more fashionable than ever, it will give a sophisticated and cosmopolitan air to your living room, with the glass balls with Saint Nicholas in white or children of the Victorian era inside, next to the rest of glass elements such as the stars, or Balls and other decorative elements in gold.
I have to admit that although I have once decorated a black tree with red ornaments, it had never occurred to me to decorate the tree in black and gold, and the truth is that I signed up the idea for another year because the result is really impressive.
A snowy tree for ski lovers
I also have to admit that at first, the 'snowy' trees don't attract me at all. But this little prejudice vanished when I discovered the decoration of this tree, mostly made up of Nordic air houses, and lovely children figurines with winter clothes riding on sleds or skiing. More than adequate reasons for a tree decorated for example in a mountain house or for ski lovers.
A tree with branches
To finish, we show you a different tree that mixes the most rustic and sophisticated trends at the same time. A tree that has been designed using branches wrapped in garlands of lights, full of precious decorative elements in glass, such as balls or delicate tears, in addition to silver pineapples to finish giving that chic rural air to the whole.
I really like any of these three types of Christmas tree, but perhaps because of its spectacular, I was left with the black tree combined with golden tones. And you, with which of these three Christmas trees would you stay to decorate your house?