If you’re here, I already know that you are a fellow lover of neutral Christmas decor. I don’t mind a pop of color here and there, but neutral-colored Christmas decorations steal my heart. Neutral colors make a home so warm and inviting, leaving a cozy and calm feeling.
If all of your major elements are neutral, you can add color here and there and even change pops of colors each year! I’ve put together a shopping list of the best neutral Christmas decor to buy this season that I’ve used over the years. Enjoy!
What Colors Are Considered Neutral?
A cozy mix of cream, white, gold, silver, natural wood, brown, black and greenery work well together for a neutral Christmas look. Below are some cute neutral-colored Christmas decorating ideas for you!
Neutral textures include soft textiles, wood, wicker, galvanized items, brass, silver, bronze, greenery, neutral dried florals, and faux fur just to name a few. Mixing a few textures together is where the magic happens.
Where to Buy Neutral Christmas Decor
I put together a list of neutral Christmas decorations from Amazon because I get frustrated purchasing items from several different places. I like to add things to my cart as I’m looking for things then review my cart and complete my shopping all at once.
You can find pretty neutral Christmas home decor in so many stores but you can also find some right outside your door. Fresh greens are so pretty and the best part is they are usually free. If you can’t find free greenery, Christmas tree farms sell bunches of greens so pick some up when you buy your tree.
I love to get Christmas decorating ideas from Pottery Barn and Horchow. They always have the prettiest Christmas decorating ideas. Pottery Barn even has a Holiday Lookbook with Christmas themes to fit any decor style. Horchow has a page with current Christmas trends.
Neutral Christmas Elements
I couldn’t possibly name all of the natural or neutral Christmas decor items but just to give you a few other ideas, feathers, glitter branches, yarn ornaments, and drop cloth crafts make pretty neutral Christmas decorations.
Neutral Colored Christmas Ornaments
My favorite neutral ornaments that I’ve used year after year are my pearl glass ornaments. I have them in cream and champagne. The two colors look so good together. They are classic and timeless and well worth the investment. I have about 36 of them and I use them for my Christmas tree and also in Christmas garlands.
Last year I also created a neutral Christmas tablescape using a metal trough planter. Neutral color Christmas decor is timeless and will last for years! Here are some neutral ornament sets.
Neutral Christmas Garlands
Here are a few neutral garland ideas. A mix of two or three different neutral Christmas garlands on a mantel or tree looks so pretty together. I bought the gold bells pictured below and tied them to jute twine for a DIY neutral Christmas garland. It was so easy!
Mix something soft, a wood element, and a metal Christmas garland together for a classic neutral Christmas tree or mantel.
Neutral Christmas Tree Collars
A neutral tree collar will take you through many Christmas seasons. I’ve seen so many pretty tree collars this year. I decorate a couple of trees and love gold tree collars, wicker tree collars, and burlap Christmas tree collars.
Neutral Christmas Stockings
My personal choice from neutral stockings is knit. I love stockings that stretch because filling stockings is one of my favorite Christmas traditions. I use knit for the family but having a few others in different fabrics like fur or velvet is a great look for your home decor.
Neutral Christmas Tree Toppers
Adding a neutral tree topper will finish off your neutral Christmas style. Here are a few for you. Click any image to take you right to the item. I love a classic neutral star tree topper that lights up but there are so many styles to choose from.
Neutral Christmas Tree Skirts
We can’t forget a neutral tree skirt. Not everyone wants a tree collar so a neutral Christmas tree skirt is a great option. A cream-colored tree skirt looks so plush around the tree. I also love a burlap tree skirt. Click on the image to see the current prices.
If you’re wrapping Christmas presents, be sure to check out how to make a bow out of wrapping paper.