Design Council 2016: Christmas in All Shapes and Sizes RecapPosted by in Decorating Ideas for Every Christmas Tree | Design Council
For the fourth year in a row, our Design Council was a resounding success! 10 expert designers and decorators showcased their family’s most treasured holiday traditions through an eclectic show of colors and trees in all shapes and sizes. We want to take this opportunity to thank all our blogger partners and take another look at how they celebrated Christmas in All Shapes and Sizes.
Jennifer Perkins kicked things off on the Treetopia blog with sparkling vintage jewels that were perfect for the color-changing LED lights of her Portland Pine.
Lizzy turned up the heat by bringing South-Texan flair to Rhode Island with her Pink Lemonade Pencil Tree.
Kara opened Day 2 with the slim Treetopia Basics – White Tree in a semi-traditional theme inspired by her family’s love for the Nutcracker ballet.
Love was in the air at the Designed Décor household as DeDe unveiled her Chocolate Truffle Potted Tree with handmade ornaments.
Twinkie followed up with her Lively Lavender Christmas Tree filled with adorable food-themed ornaments and plush animals.
Fondue night will be a lot warmer this year for Bev and her family with a farmhouse-inspired Skim Milk Pencil Christmas Tree as their backdrop.
Inspired by her family’s tradition of making peppermint candies, Jessica decorated her Snowy Spruce Flocked Christmas tree in red and white for Day 4!
Sarah’s Mia Pencil Christmas Tree in a refreshing teal and neutrals theme was the perfect backdrop for her family’s movie night.
Amanda kept her family’s long-standing family tradition alive by using handmade ornaments and decorations on her Oh Christmas Tree.
Courtney closed Design Council 2016 by bringing the Sunshine State to NC with her coastal themed Snowy Spruce Flocked Christmas Tree.
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