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11 Peg-Worthy Celebrity Christmas Trees

From showcasing dainty blooms to using quirky ornaments, these personalities have taken the decorating game to the next level

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Photography: @iamhearte and @lovipoe on Instagram

Whether it’s a tiny tabletop tree or a stunning one that’s seven feet tall, the Christmas tree is considered as the focal point in any space once the ‘ber months’ roll in. Over the years, we’ve seen quite a number of standouts—trees covered in snow, pink and blue options, and ornaments that will surely captivate and surprise your guests.

If you’re looking for ideas on how to make your décor extra special this year, we’ve rounded up some fascinating Christmas trees owned by celebrities. While some opted for a blue-themed setup, there are those who worked with whimsical pieces and lovely blooms to make theirs unique. Check out our favorites below:

Heart Evangelista

Heart's new home looks extra bright and charming with a white-themed Christmas. The actress sought the help of veteran event and floral stylist Badang Rueda in making her dream white Christmas come true. Sprucing up her tree are white blooms, balls, silver accents, and other enchanting ornaments.

Heart was very pleased with the outcome that she even shared a photo of her and Badang shopping for must-haves. To complement her regal Christmas tree, Heart also put vases and charming setups of white flowers on display. These decorations are available in department stores. Heart suggests to be picky when it comes to choosing your decor as it's best to invest in pieces that will last.

Karla Estrada

Christmas is a time to liven up the whole house with fancy lights, shimmering decor, and magical pieces. Karla Estrada sure didn't disappoint when she posted on Instagram the grand reveal of her chosen holiday picks. The facade of their Mediterranean-inspired house sparkled as lights were added on the plants, the gate, and to outline the home's roof and windows.

For her Christmas tree, Karla opted for a classic combo of red, green, and silver—with glittery snowmen and ornaments as extra accents.

Shop for similar pieces at The Landmark, Makati City.

Dawn Zulueta

Actress Dawn Zulueta spent a whole day decorating their tree. The final output is lovely and glowing with the pairing of green and purple accents, lovely ribbons, and boxes of gifts used as decor on the top of the tree. What we liked best about her tree are the cool balls—they aren't just plain ones and would remind you of disco balls.

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Find similar pieces at SM Home.

Scarlet Snow Belo

To say that Christmas is an anticipated event in the Belo-Kho house would be an understatement. Parents Vicky and Hayden always make sure that each celebration is extra special for Scarlet Snow. The family's decor last year highlighted pastels, stars, llamas, pineapples, and buntings. With the help of Glitterville Studios (the same team who worked with them last year), they recently unveiled an Under the Sea Christmas theme for 2017. It's hard not to fall in love with the cute sea creatures used as decor and the beautiful mermaids, too. The tree will instantly remind you of the sea as the lights and colors showcase hints of blue.

Click here to learn more about Glitterville.

Lovi Poe

To match her home's color scheme, Lovi opted for a blue and silver combo to complete her tree. Found in a corner near the dining area, the Christmas tree stands out while keeping the overall look of the house sleek and cohesive.

Achieve something similar by pairing blue poinsettia with mini blue balls and silver trimmings. At SM Home, there are glittered leaves available that you can add to your tree as well. Instead of finishing the look with a gold star, you can experiment with a huge copper ribbon.

Korina Sanchez-Roxas

Since we all want our trees to stand out, we make sure to add personal details. Some use mini framed photos of family members, others add sweet treats in tiny pouches, and a few put ceramic pieces on display. Journalist Korina Sanchez-Roxas shares that her tree is still a work in progess, but she has started adding details close to her heart—dog and cat ornaments.

These little details make Korina's tree extra special. Completing her tree this year are huge gifts covered in colorful paper, green and red Christmas balls, silver ribbons, and a couple of plushies.

Find similar pieces at Robinsons Department Store.

Jinkee Pacquiao

In their home in General Santos, Jinkee opted for a white Christmas tree decorated with a bunch of colorful ornaments, a nutcracker, green ribbons, Santa Claus, and decor items reminiscent of sweet treats like cupcakes, cookies, and ice cream. Despite having different colors, the tree still looks charming as all come in light shades. It's safe to say that the tree looks sweet and pleasing, a setup Jinkee and Manny's kids will surely appreciate.

Find similar decor pieces at The Landmark, SM Home, and Robinsons Department Store.

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Meanwhile, for their Forbes Park home, Jinkee opted to keep the tree simple, dainty, and sophisticated. The white Christmas tree is spruced up with white flowers, leaves, and cotton-like accents. Just looking at it will make you shiver and imagine it's snowing outside.

Find similar pieces at Crate & Barrel and Our Home.

Chito Miranda and Neri Naig

A simple tree for a simple and happy family. Chito and Neri opted for a blue-themed tree to match the blue and white color palette of their airy and spacious home. Aside from the silver and blue balls, glittery ribbons also add life and balance to the tree.

Find similar pieces at The Landmark, Makati City.

Team Kramer

Sprucing up the tall tree of the Kramers are golden ribbons, a mix of classic ornaments, candy canes, small angels, and a calming blue light. Opting for a blue Christmas light is a welcome break from the all-time favorite warm white lights.

Find different kinds of Christmas lights at SM Home.

Toni Gonzaga-Soriano


Toni and Paul's tree is almost invisible with the different ornaments they added. While there are balls, flowers, spiral crafts, and ribbons adorning the tree, it doesn't look overdecorated at all. The secret? Keeping within the golden palette. The chosen theme matches the lights and adds to the luxe, sophisticated feel of the home.

Shop for similar decorations at Robinsons Department Store.

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