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The Treetopia blog hopes to inspire you with fabulous decorating and entertaining ideas that celebrate your personal sense of style. Liven up the look of your home with our exciting selection of decorating tips and tricks for every holiday and season.

Hosting an Oscars viewing party is a great way to celebrate Hollywood’s biggest night while getting together with your movie-loving friends. An Oscars-themed party doesn’t necessarily have to be grand or elaborate to be fun. Keeping things relaxed and easy allows everyone to enjoy the show as well as each other’s company. Here are some helpful tips for throwing a simple yet stylish Oscar Night celebration.

Premier Party Decorations

Give party guests the star treatment the moment they enter the front door. Order a few Walk of Fame star decals, arrange them on your floor, and personalize each one with a friend’s name for instant celebrity status.

Johnny Depp Walk of Fame star

Be counted among Hollywood’s most talented thespians like Johnny Depp, Tom Hanks, and the Olsen Twins.


Talk about a whirlwind romance! Last week, we got to see five amazing Valentine’s wreaths, and we fell in love with each and every one of them. We wish to thank our brand ambassador, Jennifer Perkins, and the amazingly talented crafters and artists who made our Valentine’s Day Wreath Blog Hop and Giveaway series such an inspiring and memorable event.


The Pretty in Pink Wreath 5 Different Ways.

Each participant received a Treetopia Pretty in Pink Wreath to dress up any way they wanted. In keeping with the classic Valentine’s Day spirit, our bloggers stuck to a sweet decorating theme – anything and everything red and pink, done with their unique, individual twists! We were thrilled to see how the decorated wreaths reflected each blogger’s signature style and personality. Here’s a quick look at all their wonderful designs.

Our Bloggers and Their Decorated Wreaths

Our very own Jennifer Perkins kicked things off with a whimsical wreath anchored by a heart-shaped chocolate box and an adorable sand-flocked ceramic deer. You can see more of her kitsch-inspired wreath here.

Treetopia pink wreath with various kitschy décor

Photo courtesy of Jennifer Perkins


Put away those heart-shaped chocolates and bouquets of red roses and prepare to wow your loved ones with Valentine treats that will give the occasion an upbeat twist. February is the month of love, and it’s also the time to show your loved ones how creative you can be when it comes to gift-giving. This year, be more creative with your Valentine’s Day gift and avoid the clichés like the plague.

This post presents a few Valentine’s gift suggestions that will help you be a quirky Don Juan de Marco in this annual celebration of love.

After the holidays, there’s no need to take down all of your holiday decorations and leave your home looking bare. There are a myriad of decorating opportunities available even after the holiday parties have come to an end. In fact, you can even turn the end of the holiday season into a party theme, giving a last hurrah party for those still in the Christmas spirit.

In this post, we show you how you can make simple tweaks to your Christmas decorations to create amazing post-holiday ensembles that will liven up any party. (more…)

Receiving generic, duplicate, or generally unnecessary Christmas gifts is an unavoidable part of life. Throwing useless gifts away seems wasteful, but storing them eats up precious storage space. Donating them to charity is always a great option, but turning them into something better is a worthwhile task that can also be a lot of fun. Here are some easy ways to put your unwanted gifts to good use.

1. Return

For safety reasons, most charity shops are unable to accept electrical items, perfume, and perishable goods. If you know the store where that automatic hotdog maker or pop celebrity fragrance was purchased, try returning it even if you don’t have a gift receipt.


In the previous installment of How to Create a Stylish Home with Treetopia, we focused on modern design elements and approaches to home décor. In part 2, we focus on the days of old when English elegance was the norm and madcap modern was cool. The goal is to create a home décor theme with elements that seemed to have come together over time. (more…)

Nothing brings people together quite like the Super Bowl. From the action-packed plays to the electrifying halftime show, Super Bowl Sunday has something for everybody. Make the most of this exciting sporting event by hosting a championship-level party for your friends and family. Here are some simple tips to make your gridiron gathering super fun and super stylish!

The Rush of the Crowd

As we mentioned in our previous Super Bowl post, your guest list doesn’t have to be limited to people who love football. A good mix of guests can make a party more lively and interesting, so feel free to invite die-hard fans, casual viewers, and football noobs alike.


After showing you how to bridge the decorating gap between Christmas and the months that come immediately after, Treetopia presents a two-part guide on how you can create a stylish home. By focusing on the relationship between traditional and modern décor styles, you can create your own personal approach to home décor that will leave your guests wanting to see more.

In part 1, we focus on change and how modern elements can refresh your home’s look. (more…)

When Pantone talks, designers listen. Pantone’s color forecast is so influential, it inspires trends in everything from fashion to furnishings to phone accessories. In this article, we tell you more about 2015’s hottest color trend and share some ideas on how to incorporate it into your home décor.

Pantone’s Color of the Year

Pantone’s pick for color of the year is Marsala, a beautiful, earthy shade named after the famous dessert wine from Sicily.

A rich, reddish color with a deep brown undertone, it leads a broader palette assembled by Pantone as a refreshing return to nature. Described as sophisticated yet grounded, Marsala is a robust color that is meant to evoke feelings of strength and confidence.

As joyful as Christmas decorating can be, having to put decorations away until next year can leave you feeling a bit sad. The winter months can be gloomy, but there’s no reason not to give it a happier twist. Instead of focusing on the end of the holidays, why not focus on the vibrant colors of the coming spring?

In this post, we show you how you can declutter your home and put some post-holiday polish on it using your very own holiday décor. Look around your home before you take your holiday decorations down and you might be pleasantly surprised at what you’ll find. (more…)