Rose Gold and Pink-Toned Trees to Help You Switch Up Your Traditional Christmas Palette

updated Nov 23, 2020
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Blush pink, millennial pink, rose gold: You name a shade of pink, and it has most likely been a recent trend in home decor. So it’s no surprise that this shade would seep into holiday decor—or more specifically—intro Christmas trees. If green is feeling a little too bland for you this year, a rose gold Christmas tree or rose gold-themed tree might be right up your alley.

Sparkly and chic, these blush-toned beauties are a sophisticated, modern way to spread holiday cheer throughout your space. While this trend’s a far cry from a traditional Christmas palette, these tastemakers have managed to make this bold shade incredibly chic and covetable. Read on for some major holiday inspo plus a list of places where you can source your own pink Christmas tree, too.

1. Silver and rose gold

Forget plain old gold and swap it out for a pink-tinted version to really step up your festivities. Instagrammer Stephanie Kolehmainen shows how going all out with these metallic shades can be a winning combination for a glamorous but unexpected Christmas tree display. If a pink tree seems too much for you, just stick to rose gold ornaments and trimmings.

2. Mini Christmas tree

Bigger isn’t always better when it comes to rosy trees. A tiny bubblegum pink tree is actually the perfect home for classic ball ornaments in Christmasy shades of red, green, and white, as proven by Diana Araceli. If you choose a lighter matte pastel pink for your tree, you might be surprised how well it can work with the ornaments you already have.

3. Rose gold accents

Bunches of rose gold accents and ornaments, along with rose gold trees statues on the mantel, make Racha Abdel Reda’s rose gold-themed Christmas decor one for the books. If you’re going to do this color scheme, you may as well go all out.

4. Rose gold palette

An ombré palette of pink plus rose gold ornaments make these trees from Jackie Whisman look oh-so-pretty. In this case, Whisman probably took her decorating cues from that baby pink fireplace mantel. The overall scene, rose gold wrapped presents included, feels sweet and super personal to her decor style.

5. Pink Christmas

A silver tree with hot pink and rose gold meets maroon ornaments makes for metallic magic, as seen in Jennifer Perkins’ Austin home. Don’t be afraid to pair two shades of pink that seem like they wouldn’t go together—this tree is proof that more is merrier. It even brings a citrus orange into the holiday mix!

6. Monochromatic mix

Surrounded by a sea of pink and gold ornaments, a light pink feather Christmas tree with rose gold glitter will fulfill your candy-colored holiday dreams. Shelley’s Pink World not only opts for pink trees, but her nutcrackers, candles, and other decorations are all in shades of pink, too.

Credit: Chelsee Hood

7. Kids’ Christmas tree

A colorful, playful way to get your little ones in on the Christmas spirit is to give them a tree of their own, as blogger Chelsee Hood did here. This calls for a fun color palette, and rose gold certainly won’t let you down. It’s so chic you may even want this in your own room.

Obsessed with the idea of a rose gold tree or pink-toned ornaments? Shop these picks below to emulate the look.