Chic Teen Christmas Tree

I’m so excited to share my first Christmas tree of the season! Love participating in these kinds of blog hops because there’s SO much inspiration and ideas to be found! I’ll link all of the bloggers at the bottom of this post. Thank you so much to Stephanie from Casa Watkins Living for hosting, and if you’re coming from Heather & Matt’s blog, French and French Interiors, welcome!

So, the tree I decided to share today is in my thirteen year old’s bedroom. It’s such a pretty room, filled with soft textures and light colors. She loves pink, grey and gold, and it was easy and fun to create something chic and beautiful in this space…

I just love the different textures of the ornaments! I found a set of pink and gold ornaments that ranged ranged from glossy to matte to glittery, and I mixed them with the fuzzy pink ball ornaments that so nicely match the tree skirt- which is actually a blanket!

Here it is at night…

I love this large abstract painting as a back drop for something so pretty! I also added more soft touches by draping a fur stocking on her headboard and adding the wreathe over her bed.

This was extra special because I surprised her with it after school one day. I told her not to watch my stories on Instagram for the day ( as I spent the day showing you all as I decorated). I love that she told me her friends who did watch, texted her to say how much she’s going to love it. So sweet! And I wasn’t completely finished when she got home, so I showed her what was done, and she helped me finish the rest. It was fun to do together!

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Stay tuned for the tree in her little sister’s room that I’ll be sharing the second week in December. Until then, head to Casa Watkins Living, and enjoy scrolling through the rest of the list below for more inspo!


Casa Watkins Living // Up To Date Interiors // Delineate Your Dwelling // Thou Swell // House Of Hipsters // French & French Interiors // Haneen’s Haven


Two Twenty One // Jeweled Interiors // Dimples and Tangles // PMQ For Two // Kaleidoscope Living // Reality Daydream // Heathered Nest


Setting For Four // Monica Wants It // Domicile 37 // The Happy Housie // Lovely Indeed // Lemon Thistle // Amber Oliver


Taryn Whiteaker Designs // Cherished Bliss // Lovely Etc. // The Honeycomb Home // My Sweet Savannah // Cuckoo For Design // Kate Decorates


Our Fifth House // Kelly Elko // Daly Digs // Tag & Tibby // House Homemade // Lolly Jane // The DIY Mommy



This Article Has 18 Comments
  1. Julia@Cuckoo4Design says:

    I love the muted colors. So pretty

  2. Julia says:

    The colors on this tree are so pretty! My 10 year old daughter would swoon over this.

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Your stories last week inspired me to decorate my daughter and son’s room over the weekend. Your daughters room looking beautiful.

  4. ariel says:

    this is definitely a chic and glam tree. The pearlescent finish on the balls is delightful!

  5. Patti Humphreys says:

    Haneen, I understand that in high school you were a friend of Laura M. who lived on Stoneleigh. I see her many times a year and her mom got me on your blog. I love that you don’t always purchase high-end stuff for your decor or what you wear. Your suggestions inspire me to be more adventurous. Thanks, I LOVE it all.

    • Haneen says:

      Aw! Yes, I’m quite close with the Meisters! Jeff is an old friend and we actually just had dinner together for my birthday! So glad you found me:) Thank you for your kind words

  6. I love the simple color palette – all of the shades of pink look so beautiful together!

  7. Kathryn says:

    The soft color palette is magical!

  8. Such a sweet tree, Haneen. Love it!

  9. Haneen I’m loving this chic teen tree! I’m going to have to hide this post from my teen daughter or she’ll have me decorating her room this beautiful for Christmas hahaha!

  10. hamiz khan says:

    I’m loving this chic teen tree! I’m going to have to hide this post from my teen daughter

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