Only a few days left before Christmas! The holidays are in full swing and your calendar's probably packed with reunions and get-togethers. While the best part of Christmas is quality time with your loved ones, you have to admit that there's nothing like a well-decorated home brimming with festive ornaments and twinkling lights. The centerpiece of it all? The Christmas tree. Like your OOTDs, interior decorating is pretty much a reflection of your personal taste. It is therefore crucial that these trees are styled to a T. If you haven't put up your own tree yet, look to these celebrities for inspiration.
Kathryn Bernardo used polar bears.
With the help of stylist Gideon Hermosa, Kathryn spruced up her home with the cutest winter motif we've ever seen: polar bears! Who said Christmas trees can't have a plush factor?
Jinkee Pacquiao chose the color blush as an accent.
Here, Jinkee makes a case for a tastefully done golden tree by way of blush-hued accents such as rose gold balls and flowers. The flamingos added a tongue-in-cheek touch!
Team Kramer turned up the extravagance.
The Kramers got into the holiday spirit quite early by putting up their sky-high tree before November! The family made the decorating occasion a bonding moment with everyone helping out. All the ornaments were larger than life: huge red ribbons, peppermint swirls, flowers, and gold holly!
The Belo Family chose a unique whimsical theme.
Vicki Belo and Hayden Kho enlisted the help of U.S.-based creative Stephen Brown, founder of decor studio Glitterville, who turned their tropical paradise dreams into a reality. The icy white tree is festooned with silver pineapples, unicorns, and peacock feathers! Scarlet Snow was definitely pleased.
Julia Barretto opted for a rose-hued tree.
This year, Julia had the chance to design her very own Christmas tree all by herself. But of course, everything's always better with family, so she asked for their help. The turnout? A simple yet romantic pink-themed Christmas tree filled with flowers, flamingos, and even little pearl ornaments.
Dawn Zulueta added cool, artsy ornaments.
Silver trees are always sophisticated, but when they're not decorated thoughtfully enough, they could look a little dull. Dawn proved that silver-themed trees can have character through artsy ornaments like statues, Neiman Marcus shopping bags, and dog decor.
Ina Raymundo incorporated different colors.
Predominantly gold trees have been quite common, but Ina's team breathed new life into her old decor by using ornaments in fuchsia, red, and royal blue to accent the gold foliage.
Camille Co kept it classic.
Blogger Camille Co decorated her first Christmas tree and wanted "something a bit traditional but still not like your usual tree." The result was a white tree peppered with traditional red decor such as berries and poinsettia. It almost seemed like candycane brought to life!
Liz Uy injected some winter wonderland magic.
Manila may not have winter but who says you can't have a white Christmas through your decor? Liz makes a case for a simple winter-themed tree through oversized ornaments including polar bears, white branches, and silver balls.
Kim Chiu chose a feminine, floral theme.
It seems like pink is a go-to theme this year! Kim opted to style her tree with ultra-feminine flair for a floral take on Christmas. She adorned hers with pink and gold balls, rose gold pine needles, and white balls to balance things out. The statement decor was the blushing blooms!
Laureen Uy went festive with a copper tree.
Laureen spruced up her copper-colored Christmas tree with classic red and gold ornaments that included an array of balls, bulbs, and branches. The fabulous tree complemented her dove gray walls and luxe furniture.
Andi Manzano played around with a Mickey Mouse theme.
With the help of her daughter Olivia, Andi made her home the "happiest place on earth" through a Mickey and Minnie-themed Christmas tree decked out with balls and stuffed toys!