The celebrity Christmas trees we're stealing inspiration from this year – from Stacey Solomon, Mrs Hinch and more

Because famous people like to get festive, too!

Living room decorated with Christmas tree and festive decorations
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As Christmas is fast approaching, we thought it was the perfect time to scour Instagram for our favourite celebrity Christmas trees from last year, to hopefully inspire this year's Christmas decorating ideas.

Some, as you'd expect, are as A-list as their owners. But others are a little less expertly decorated – and we love them all the more for it.

We can only hope that these famous faces were – just like us – wearing Christmas jumpers and scoffing mince pies with Now That's What I Call Christmas on repeat as they were hanging their baubles.

Whether it be artificial Christmas trees or the real deal, it's safe to say that celebrities have always doubled down to celebrate the season in full festive cheer. And the best part? We get to be the ones to scroll through our social feeds, taking a peek at what they've got lined up as part of their Christmas living room decor this year-round.

Living room with decorated Christmas tree beside decorated lit fireplace and mantelpiece with coloured grass decoration

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Our favourite celebrity Christmas trees

Decorating a Christmas tree isn't a festive task that we take lightly, and unsurprisingly, neither do celebrities and influencers alike.

Here are just a handful of our favourite celebrity Christmas trees from 2022.

Living room decorated with Christmas tree and festive decorations

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Stacey Solomon

Of course, how could we start a celebrity decorating line-up without including the queen of cosy and nifty DIYs herself, Stacey Solomon?

In line with her brand of loving a cosy neutral living room, the Solomon-Swash Christmas tree at Pickle Cottage last year was made entirely from pampas – and admittedly, we're a little obsessed with this particular Christmas tree trend.

In fact, if you were also keen on recreating this Christmas tree idea this year, Rockett St George is selling a Small Faux Pampas Grass Christmas Tree for £350.

We can only imagine that this neutral scheme will continue into her festive decor this year as well – especially following the release of Stacey's collection with George Home, which is jam-packed with Scandi-inspired bits for that true, cosy cabin vibe.

Mrs Hinch

It's not a surprise that Mrs Hinch has been a long-time beacon for the best cleaning hacks, and let's not forget, for some interior inspo too (insert sofa cocoons, a la Mrs Hinch).

Last year, the Hinchliffe household sported a glorious, traditional-style Christmas tree that exuded major cosy vibes as it made its home next to a wood burner.

The Christmas tree was decked in pure festive glory, with tartan ribbons, giant baubles (which you can make yourself following Stacey Solomon's DIY hack), bows, and flowers galore.

Fearne Cotton

Fearne Cotton has long been an icon for being the best in both style and home decor trends (cue her folksy autumn throw that we were absolutely smitten by), and her Christmas tree is no different.

We love Fearne's selection of Christmas baubles that are equally traditionally festive, as well as chic for those not wanting to crimp on style.

Holly Willoughby

This isn't the first time we've taken note of Holly Willoughby's festive decor antics (enter her Christmas door decorations).

In fact, she took it an extra step last year to strategically match her outfit with her tree, sporting a vibrant candy-red with snow-white accents that we think screams Christmas.


Although initially known for her breakout TV appearance on Love Island and as a style icon, Molly-Mae has certainly been making waves in the realm of home decor. 

We've raved about Molly-Mae's neutral bedroom to her space-saving coffee machine for small kitchens, so it's no surprise we're all about her Christmas tree, too.

We can see that Molly-Mae went all out with the candy-core vibes last Christmas, with candy cane stripes and cosy furnishings all around (we're in love with the lollipop decor). Did someone say Wonkacore?

Mind you, this is just a handful of celebrity Christmas trees we've been looking back at. But, if there's one thing that's for sure, it's that we are so ready to get our festive decorating boots on and take inspiration from these gorgeous firs.

Amy Cutmore

Amy Cutmore is an experienced interiors editor and writer, who has worked on titles including Ideal Home, Homes & Gardens, LivingEtc, Real Homes, GardeningEtc, Top Ten Reviews and Country Life. And she's a winner of the PPA's Digital Content Leader of the Year. A homes journalist for two decades, she has a strong background in technology and appliances, and has a small portfolio of rental properties, so can offer advice to renters and rentees, alike. 

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