Vintage French Country Christmas Tree

Get the perfect vintage French country look for your holiday celebrations this year! Learn how to use tinsel trees, vintage items, sparkle and candlelight to create an extra special atmosphere.

Discover the secrets to creating a perfect vintage French country Christmas complete with tinsel trees, loads of sparkle and silver, candle light and nativities.

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Are you dreaming of a classic and cozy Christmas celebration this year?

If so, why not spread some rustic holiday cheer and add vintage French country flair to your festive decorations.

From adorned vintage Christmas trees to natured-inspired accents, the possibilities are endless when it comes to creating an old-fashioned wonderland in your own home.

Whether you’re looking for traditional ornaments that symbolize French culture or brighten up any room with twinkle lights and candlelight, take a journey through history by creating a timelessly elegant yet warm Vintage French Country Christmas!

Today, I am sharing Vintage French Country Christmas Tree.

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Vintage French Country Christmas Tree

As the festive season draws near, it is time to begin planning how your home will be adorned with classic decorations that bring out the warm Christmas feeling.

If you’re looking for a timeless holiday décor style, why not take some inspiration from the romantic beauty of vintage French country Christmas?

With its abundance of nature-inspired elements and vintage accents, this classic styling creates an atmosphere that’s both festive and inviting.

From beautiful old world ornaments to gorgeous ribbon, there are plenty of ways you can add a elegant vintage ambiance to your holiday home without spending too much money.

I love looking at vintage marketplaces for vintage Christmas decor.

You can find the most interesting stuff for a great deal.

So grab a cup of hot cocoa and let’s explore how to add an alluring charm into your seasonal festivities with a Vintage French Country Christmas Tree!

Vintage French Country Christmas Tree

For those yearning for a truly unique Christmas experience, step back in time and explore the elegance of vintage French Country traditions.

From the captivating decorations to the traditional meals, there are so many ways to add a special touch of nostalgia and rustic charm into your holiday season this year.

Let’s uncover all that is delightful about recreating a cozy Vintage French Country Christmas Tree!​

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Vintage French Country Christmas Tree

What Do I Need for a Vintage French Country Christmas Tree?

Discover how to bring the charm and beauty of a vintage French country Christmas into your home this year with festive decor!

You will need: a flocked Christmas Tree, twinkle lights, glass ball ornaments, mercury glass ornaments, mercury glass drop ornaments, French Horns, crystal bead garland, angel topper, burlap and gold ribbon, floral wire, wire knippers, frosted floral stems, crystal bead stems, tiny crystal ornaments, mercury glass pinecones and nativity ornaments.

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How to Create a Vintage French Country Christmas Tree

Vintage French Country Christmas Tree

I love this flocked tree-it’s feels like a snow covered tree in the wilderness.

When I decorate a Christmas tree, the first thing that I do is to make sure that there are loads of twinkle lights.

Then I tuck in loads of Clear glass ball ornaments-these multiply the light even more.

Next is the crustal bead garland.

I do this base to almost every single tree.

Then, I start adding in the fun stuff, like faux crystal stems, ribbons and ornaments.

I add the angel and faux stems to the top of the tree.

I love to look for at vintage markets is French horns.

They are so beautiful and the brass adds so much character and warmth to the tree.

Vintage French Country Christmas Tree

Next, I add the larger ornaments.

Then, finish off with the tiny crystal ornaments.

I love all of the layers-it gives great depth to the tree.

Now that you’ve learned how to add a touch of vintage French country charm and character into your holiday décor, it’s time to get ready for the upcoming season.

PRO TIP: Be sure to get your Christmas decor early for a better selection, before everything gets sold out.

Keep in mind that classic styling can still be modern and fun, so don’t be afraid to incorporate some touches of whimsy or contemporary styles into your decorations.

Remember: Embrace what speaks to you!

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As we gear up for the most wonderful time of year, may your home (and hearts!) be filled with joy, peace and love this festive season.

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Vintage French Country Christmas Tree

Vintage French Country Christmas is a classic and timeless style that will make your home look impressive.

This festive season, create a sophisticated atmosphere with gorgeous decorations that give your space a vintage vibe.

From ornate ornaments to rustic-inspired accessories, there are plenty of ways to add warmth and charm into your holiday this year.

Not only is it elegant, but also it allows you to bring budget decorations into the mix in order to save money.

So use the tips mentioned in this blog post and give your home the lovely yet cozy transformation that it deserves!

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Vintage French Country Christmas Tree

From classic ornaments to customize your own holiday trees to adding a touch of French vintage flair, no doubt these charming accents can help make the Christmas season special and enjoyable.

And for those of us striving to spread a little extra cheer this year, don’t forget that some of the simplest additions can quickly elevate your holiday decorations with an inviting atmosphere.

Let’s take a page from the vintage French country Christmas book and remember that its timeless style is meant to inspire us all, not just in decorating our homes but in embracing the mystical possibilities that come with it.

As you plan your festivities this year, give yourself permission to be creative and daring—from experimenting with festive colors and textures to bringing Nature inside—let yourself get swept away in this traditional charm.

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Tuesday 31st of October 2023

Wow Renae,

I really love those french horns, they just make that tree so special! Beautiful!

xoxo Lisa

Renae Frey

Tuesday 21st of November 2023

I do too. I get so excited when I find them.


Wednesday 18th of October 2023

Just pinned this fabulous tree, Renae! What a gorgeous way to decorate for the season. Using the brass horns, the gorgeous ornaments and the pops of ribbon makes everything feel so warm and inviting. I just love it all! Hugs, CoCo

Renae Frey

Wednesday 25th of October 2023

You are always so sweet. I sure appreciate you.


Tuesday 17th of October 2023

Wow! Your tree is stunning, Renae. I love the vintage brass french horns. So pretty and unique!


Tuesday 17th of October 2023

Renae, I love your French Country Christmas Tree. It is beautiful. I look forward to getting my home decorated for Christmas.

Renae Frey

Wednesday 25th of October 2023

Isn't decorating for Christmas so much fun? HUgs.

Jill | Bungalow 47

Monday 16th of October 2023

That is such a beautiful tree! It's weird, normally I am all bah-humbug about waiting to decorate for Christmas until after Thanksgiving, but this year I am a bit anxious and think I will do it mid-November. This is inspiring. Thank you friend!

Renae Frey

Wednesday 25th of October 2023

Hugs to you, my friend.