Stunning Neutral Christmas Decor – The Top 20!

Inspired by nature, with a serene and peaceful palette, these are 20 examples of the most stunning neutral Christmas decor around!

Obviously if you’ve been a reader for awhile now, you know that I love neutral Christmas decor. 

I love that a neutral Christmas usually means a more natural look. More greens. Less busy-ness. Because with Christmas decor, at least for me, less is definitely more. The last thing I want is for the house to feel even more cluttered than normal.

Not every neutral Christmas room is natural, or even simple, but it does feel like most are. The earth colors just seem to lend themselves to a more pared back look in general. And neutrals always feel soothing and peaceful to me.

So I thought I would share some of my favorite examples of gorgeous neutral Christmas decor! I think you’ll see why I find this look so stunning!

 

neutral Christmas decor breakfast room holiday decor

This is one of my all-time favorite spaces! Design by Lisa Luby Ryan.

 

gorgeous draping garland on staircase with ornaments and ribbon holiday christmas decor

Via Sincerely Marie Designs.

 

neutral christmas decor table top tree simple holiday decor

How cute is this tree in a basket?! Via Nordic Style Blogg.

 

neutral christmas decor scandinavian white kitchen simple christmas

Simple Scandinavian kitchen. Via Min Lilla Veranda.

neutral christmas decor natural greens tree living room mantel decorVia Better Homes & Gardens.

 

neutral christmas decor garland stairwell greens paperwhites gorgeous

Natural greens on the stairwell. Via Better Homes and Gardens.

 

neutral christmas decor stunning white living room holiday decor tree

The mostly white decor on the tree is simple yet sophisticated. Stephanie Jean Design via Elle Decor.

 

christmas mantel with asymmetrical garland and knit stockings

Via World Market.

 

neutral christmas decor tabletop tree stunning living room holiday decoratingDesign by Eddie Ross via Country Living.

 

neutral christmas decor natural tree green wreaths living room holiday decor

Love the old bucket as a tree stand! Via Country Living.

 

neutral christmas decor simple tabletop tree wreath all white Via Dreamy Whites.

 

neutral christmas decor french country banister garland paperwhite stunning

One of my all-time favorites! Via Veranda magazine.

 

neutral christmas decor mantel with garland and stockings brass candleholders

Beautiful space from my friend Kelly of Lily Pad Cottage.

 

neutral christmas decor tree silver decor ornaments white living room

Via Williams Sonoma Home.

 

neutral christmas decor tabletop tree simple holiday decorSimple tabletop tree in a coffee bag. Design by Mariella Houtsma via My Cosy Retreat.

 

neutral christmas decor wreaths over mantel greenery holiday decoratingThe display of wreaths is so simple, yet so effective. Found on One King’s Lane.

 

neutral christmas decor natural tree  living room holiday decor

Via Seth and Jenna Wright.

 

mantel with brass candleholders and round mirror christmas garland and stockings

Via Cella Jane.

 

neutral christmas decor mantel greens mercury glass trees holiday Design by Lisa Luby Ryan via Traditional Home.

 

neutral christmas decor dining room stunning greens tree Pam Pierce does the most amazing neutral Christmas decor! Via Milieu magazine.

 

neutral christmas decor swag greenery gorgeousLove the simple swags of greenery used here. Via Veranda magazine.

 

I hope you’ve found some inspiration today!

And I’d love to hear, do you like neutral Christmas decor? Or are the traditional reds and greens the thing that speaks to you more? 

Happy Holidays!

Sheila
xo

Simply Stunning Neutral Christmas Decor graphic on Maison de Cinq

If you enjoyed this post, be sure to check out more holiday decorating and inspiration below:

10 Easy Holiday Decorating Ideas 

How to Style an elegant Christmas front porch

French farmhouse christmas decor in the family room

20 Stunning Holiday Gift Wrapping Ideas 

 

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8 Comments

  1. I like it all. Stunning!

  2. I agree, these rooms are inviting with their clean, natural approach. I loved this post.
    Karen

    1. Aww, thanks so much Karen! Hope you’re doing well!

      And Happy Holidays to you:)

      Sheila
      xo

  3. HI Sheila, I love the simplicity of a neautal palette for Christmas as I’m going more neutral in our home. Can’t wait to paint our kitchen white. I have been leak g more towards a neautral winter theme in both my outdoor d cor and indoor Christmas d cor. this year I did go with pops of red just to add little punch. After the holidays I’ll remove the red but leave the rest of the neutral decorthat is in a winter theme.

    1. Hi Sandy!

      So glad you’re loving the neutral too! And I LOVE that you added the pops of red! The great thing is the white/neutral background allows you to add any pop of color when you want it, which I love. Thanks so much for stopping by and Happy Holidays!

      Sheila

  4. What can I say? I LOVE it all! This time of year when most blogs are showcasing their beautiful homes decked out for Christmas, I save the links or even pictures for next year’s inspiration in our home.

    Like you, I am eager to do a simple, neutral Christmas next year. I usually go ‘overboard’ with decor at Christmas time only …and this year was no exception. 😉 But I’m so excited to see how a neutral, clean/simple Christmas decor will look in our home. We have a good start because our furnishings are white/light neutrals already! 🙂

    Thanks so much for showing all these great examples and for showing us your own home too!

    1. Hi Connie! Thanks so much for stopping by!
      I’m glad you’ve been inspired by this post. I know I’m absolutely in love with this look! I’ll be excited for you to try something new next year, and you’re right, with neutrals already in place in your furnishings it should be easy to incorporate. I’d be curious to see the difference and hear how you like it. I haven’t regretted it for a minute that’s for sure!

      Thanks for commenting and happy weekend to you!

      Sheila