Today is a very special scroll stoppers blog post. Usually, I pick 5 images that have inspired me throughout the week but in honor of Christmas next week and all of the photos I’ve been inspired by this Holiday Season, I decided to share 10 scroll-stopping Christmas tree images. You may be wondering what the term “scroll stoppers” actually means. A scroll stopper is a term I coined for an image that stops me mid-scroll because of how striking and inspirational it is. I come across so many scroll stoppers on a weekly basis and it’s so much fun to go back through the images that I’ve saved and get inspired over and over again. If you would like to see past week’s scroll stoppers blog posts, click here [HERE] to see them! Scroll down to see my 10 Christmas Tree Scroll Stoppers!
I have not stopped thinking about this image shared by @majasmissionshus since I saw it. Having a space that can host a grand tree like this one is so unique and not seen often. I also love the minimal decoration on the tree and the natural wood flooring.
Imagine walking into a room and seeing this magnificent Christmas Tree. The dollops of tinsel that flow down the tree, the sparkle in the wallpaper, and the hints of color that fill this room shared by @theeverco are so inspiring!
Every time a see a room with a large tree it stops me. But I think what stopped me more in this photo is the black walls and how this Christmas tree stands out against it. @seanandersondesign shared this photo and It’s really making me think about experimenting with darker tones and colors in the upcoming year.
The spaces in our homes are each unique and different. That means that we oftentimes have to get creative and unique with where we place our Christmas trees. I love what @jyoungdesignhouse did with this space and placing the Christmas Tree in between the window and the sofa. This is also a great solution if you have little grabbing hands or curious pets that you want to keep from the tree.
While most Christmas’ our home is often filled with faux trees, the idea of adding a real tree for the purpose of its imperfections and limbs and character crosses my mind every year. This tree that @jasminabylund picked out for her home is so cozy!
Sometimes fitting a grand Christmas tree into our spaces just isn’t possible. Whether you live in a small home or an apartment, the possibility of adding a Christmas tree is possible with a cozy tabletop tree. This tree shared by @ispy_withmygreeneyes shows just how possible it is to make our spaces cozy no matter the size.
I am loving the look of @mer_mag‘s real tree. This cozy corner in her room is so festive and really reminds me why I love Christmas decor. It’s so cheerful and mood-lifting and that’s exactly what this image did for me.
I love this light and airy living space shared by @maggievollrath. Keeping our holiday decor minimal has been something we’ve been experimenting with this year. I love the minimal Christmas decor, neutral tones, and pops of gold in this photo.
@jeanstofferdesign is a local designer that I look up to fondly. This image of Christmas decor in her dining room at her home, The Madison, is so gorgeous and full of detail. The longer that you look at the image the more you will notice how much went into this room.
I love this quiet corner in the dining room. @thewilddecoelis documented the feeling of peace during the holiday season perfectly with this photo.
What do you think of these Christmas Tree Scroll Stoppers? Are there any photos that also inspire you and give you ideas for your seasonal home decor? Let me know on Facebook or Instagram! Thanks for stopping by the blog today and every day!