December 2, 2015

Christmas in Technicolor: Heather of Whipperberry

Posted by Treetopia in Decorating Ideas for Every Christmas Tree | Treetopia Christmas Decorating Ideas

Heather is the creator of WhipperBerry, a lifestyle blog where she shares recipes and creative ideas for home and family. She loves photography, decorating, cooking, crafting, parties, and graphic design. A Colorado girl at heart, she currently lives in Lincoln, Nebraska with her loving husband and 4 fabulous kids.

Photo Courtesy of Whipperberry

Learn more about Heather and her passion for decorating in our exclusive interview:

TT: What is your decorating mantra?

Heather: Keep it simple & classic.

TT: How did you decide on the color combination for your tree?

Heather: Several years ago we traveled through Europe during the month of December and that has completely changed the way I decorate. I love the simple old world feel these days. This year I’m going for a Swiss Chalet feel. To me that screams red and white.

TT: Why did you pick this specific tree to decorate?

Heather: I have always wanted a white tree, to me that adds a little whimsy to my traditionally classic decorating style.

TT: What accents will you add to complement your Technicolor tree?

Heather: I found some beautiful large red stars that are like the paper stars that you find in the Christmas Markets in Germany and I thought they would be perfect for the tree.

TT: What other holiday would your Technicolor tree be perfect for?

Heather: I had a ball decorating this same tree for Halloween this year.

TT: After the Design Council, which of your decorating projects/blog posts are you most excited for?

Heather: I have a fun Christmas Countdown Calendar that I create for WhipperBerry that is super fun!

Photo Courtesy of Whipperberry

Visit Whipperberry to see more of Heather’s Red and White Christmas Tree!

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