Christmas decorating shouldn’t have to be one-sided. You can incorporate different design styles, experiment with new themes, and decorate with something entirely unique to create the most perfect holiday space.

Of course, there are countless ways to go about capturing that eclectic yuletide look you are going for. So to get you started, here are our favorite MCM Christmas trees guaranteed to inspire! Happy holidays!

#1. A Seasonal Santa Starburst

Blending classic MCM icons with your original holiday decor is easier than it seems. As a matter of fact, The Jolly Christmas Shop does this professionally, handpicking the most eclectic Christmas decor just for you! In this case, they utilized the iconic starburst, bringing a seasonal twist to a stellar statement piece.

#2. Douglas “Fur”

This little guy must be tuckered out from all the holiday-time hoopla. And what better place to rest, than under this “ornamental” array of Christmas orbs. Tara from Hammer and a Headband decorates with a colorful and minimalistic style that carries on throughout the seasons. Follow her example and adorn your home with small statement pieces to encapsulate the most charming aspects of a mid century Christmas!

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It wasn’t until I was editing this photo that I realized, “Wait, Jane’s not allowed on the table!” But it doesn’t matter, I never would have had the heart to move her and interrupt her nap in the sunshine. She’s living my best life. . The DIY tutorial for the atomic starburst card wreath in the background is up on my blog (Dec. 5 post). There’s still time to make one before Christmas, and it’s great for special occasions year-round. . . . #hammerandaheadband #midcenturychristmas #midcenturymodernchristmas #holidaydecor #christmasdecorideas #christmasdecorations #christmasdecorating #atomicranch #midcenturymodern #midcenturyhome #midcenturystyle #catstyle #catsofinstagram #instacats #catscatscats #midcenturycat #midcenturycats #furbaby #christmascat #christmascats #everyroomneedscats

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#3. An MCM Christmas…At What “Frost”?

Incorporating mid century elements to your Christmas decor can all come down to what you already have on hand. And Jenny James, a home improvement designer, does just that. By incorporating MCM ornaments and a starburst topper to a frosted tree, Jenny truly captures the refined mid century style prominent in her design process.

#4. Sugar Plum Fairy Fantasy

Krys Melo is a designer and content creator from sunny Southern California. Her charismatic attitude and knack for mid century style are what make her spaces so undeniably engaging, especially during the holiday season.  And this time, she has done it again, incorporating a uniquely colored tree to add some MCM spunk to her Christmas.

#5. The Santa Solution 5000

Go all out this holiday season with a futuristic fur guaranteed to have your guests in awe. As an MCM curator, D.C. Hillier showcases this modern masterpiece from the ‘Sculptured House’. Not only is it enticing to look at, but it can really bring a minimalistic twist to your mid century spaces.

Is your Christmas spirit still at an all-time high? Well, we have cooked up just the thing for you! Read about our favorite mid mod gifts for the home chef here!

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