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Treetopia looks fab in silver! This year, Treetopia nabbed the Silver Award for the E-Commerce/Shopping Website category in the über-prestigious 12th Horizon Interactive Awards.

The awards jury bestowed the kudos on Treetopia based on creativity, originality, viewing optimization, graphic design, and technical merit.

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Summer provides the perfect chance to head to the beach for some well-deserved R & R. But if your beach plans fall through, fret not. Summer vacation is a state of mind. With the right décor, you can recreate the beach atmosphere at home. Below are  decorating ideas so simple, pulling them off is a (summer) breeze.

Summer Trees and Décor Ideas

Color plays a major role in setting the summer vibe. Achieve that perfect summer feeling by mixing and matching pieces with bright colors. Here’s a list of trees that would look great during the season:

As its name implies, Independence Day is all about doing your own thing. That liberty also extends to home decorating. With the 4th of July coming up, now’s your chance to express yourself and dress up your home in any way you want. A great way to decorate is with select trees from Treetopia. That way, you can decorate for both the 4th of July, and the incoming holiday season!

This week, we’re giving you tips and inspiration on how to decorate with our trees. Feel free to mix and match ideas as you see fit – after all, this is the land of the free and the home of the brave!

The Stars and Stripes Christmas Tree


For anyone looking for a tree to display this Independence Day, this would be the top choice. It comes with a rotating stand so you can showcase the medley of patriotic colors in all their glory. The striking patterns are tree decorations in their own right. To complete the ensemble, bring out the star-shaped ornaments and tree-topper you used last Christmas. Golden ornaments are ideal for contrast against the already bright red, white, and blue medley of colors. They also add a touch of elegance to your Independence Day-themed tree. An all-American tree for an all-American holiday—that’s the Treetopia Stars and Stripes Christmas tree. (more…)

Space is the most important element of your home’s interior. You can fill your living room with the most beautiful furniture around, but it wouldn’t be much of a “living room” if you couldn’t actually live in it due to an inefficient use of space. This scenario applies to your kitchen— perhaps even more so.

The kitchen is where most of the housework gets done. Compared to the living room or bedroom, the kitchen sees more work done in a day than both those rooms combined. Smaller kitchens pose an even bigger challenge, since you’ll need to make judicious use of the limited space available.

Below are a few tips on how you can make a tiny kitchen as functional as possible – and have a bit of fun, while you’re at it!


As the cool days of spring march closer towards summer, many of us dream up of wonderful ways to celebrate Memorial Day weekend. If you plan to host a holiday get-together, dressing up your home for the occasion sets a cheerful ambience for your family or friends.

Hanging Old Glory in your home is definitely a must, but to create a truly unique display of admiration for our heroes, you’ll want to go above and beyond the usual Memorial Day decorations. Putting together a patriotic-themed Christmas tree is a fun and easy option, and the results can be so memorable you’ll want to make it a personal tradition.

Candy Cane Christmas Tree

Treetopia red-and-white tree

Treetopia’s Candy Cane Christmas Tree

When it comes to color palettes, only good old red, white, and blue will do. Treetopia’s Candy Cane Christmas Tree sports playful sugar and peppermint swirls that resemble our flag’s red and white stripes, making it a natural choice for our theme.


Put on your gown and high heels, folks, because we’re going posh and pretty this weekend! The stage is all set for the 71st Annual Golden Globes Awards, and Treetopia is there to help spice up the red carpet!

An annual formal ceremony, the Golden Globes awards the entertainment industry’s best and brightest in film and television, both local and foreign. In that one special night, Hollywood’s elite gather to honor their peers and delight fans with a glimpse of their favorite stars at their most glamorous.

This year, the awards will broadcast live from the posh Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, and we’ll be adding eye-popping color and flair to the evening’s proceedings in true Treetopia style.

Three orange topiaries from Treetopia

These lovely orange topiaries, designed especially for the occasion by Treetopia, will be rubbing shoulders with your favorite celebrities in the press room and on the red carpet. With their sparkling array of clear lights, these orange topiaries echo the iconic look of the Golden Globes statuettes. Personally, we’re crossing our fingers for American Hustle for best picture and Parks and Recreation’s Amy Poehler for Best TV Actress in a Comedy. (She deserves that award, seriously!)

So invite your family and friends to keep an eye out for our fabulous creations when you watch all glitz, glamor, and fun on January 12, 2014. And if you’re looking for something special for your own industry event, visit Treetopia for the perfect tree that will fit right into your party. You can also contact us at for more details on a custom-made tree.

Learn how to bring out the full beauty of your Treetopia Christmas tree with Treetopia’s Design Council 2013. In this series, we invite expert design bloggers to decorate their favorite Treetopia Christmas tree and share the fabulous results with us. Be inspired and discover the fine art of Christmas tree decorating with these terrific tips and amazing advice straight from the pros.

Get ready to be dazzled by the work of our next talented designer, Ashley White of Decorology.

In her “Beautiful Christmas Tree Inspiration with Treetopia!” blog article, Ashley shows her readers how easy it is to set up and decorate the Treetopia Brooklyn LED Spruce Christmas Tree. Her use of silver ornaments of varying shapes, sizes, textures, and finishes captures the glow from the tree’s LED lights beautifully, creating an eye-catching sparkle that radiates throughout the room. The pale gold ribbon garland and textured gray tree skirt are fabulous touches that complete the look of this realistic artificial tree. Check out Ashley’s short and sweet tree-assembling video.

A great lover of interior design and home decorating, Ashley earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2006. After several years of working as a web designer for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and a Webby Award winning web solutions firm, she is currently a freelance web designer and the founder of the immensely popular blog, Decorology.

Surround yourself with color and win a Treetopia Christmas tree!

Color  Your Holidays with Treetopia

When it comes to expressing your love for the beautiful colors of the holidays, you can always rely on Treetopia for the most striking and vibrant Christmas trees to fill your home with the loveliest shades of the season. Show us how Treetopia trees inspire your home decorating style by joining our Color Your Holidays with Treetopia! contest and get a chance to win great prizes.

Simply follow us on Pinterest, create a board, and pin your favorite Treetopia trees and other colorful ideas to get the chance to win a fabulous Treetopia artificial Christmas tree!

Contest Period

Entry submission begins on November 23, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. PST and ends on December 6, 2013 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

Voting will open on December 8, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. PST and close on December 15, 2013 at 11:59 p.m. PST.

How to Enter

  • Anyone who follows Treetopia on Pinterest can join the contest. To sign up for a Pinterest account, go here.
  • A board entitled “Colorful Christmas Inspiration” must be created. Pin any two colorful Christmas trees from the Treetopia website, and add several other pins related to your chosen color theme.
  • The official entry form on the entry page located at needs to  be completed and submitted.
  • Only one (1) entry per person and per Pinterest account is allowed.
  • Automated entry devices, bots, programs, and software are not permitted for entry.
  • Treetopia reserves the right to disqualify any winner whose winning entry appears to be the result of mechanical reproduction or other violations of the official rules.
  • By participating, entrants agree to be bound by the official rules of this contest.

Winner Selection and Notification

  • On or about December 7, 2013, Treetopia shall determine the 15 best entries based upon the following criteria: (1) Board aesthetics, (2) Creativity in using Treetopia trees in color theme, and (3) Overall board concept. These 15 entries will be the finalists.
  • On or about December 8, 2013, voting will begin to determine the final ranking of the finalists by user votes on the Treetopia Facebook page. From December 8 until December 15, 2013, Facebook users can vote for their favorite Pinterest boards once every 24 hours.
  • All participants in the contest are allowed to share their entries to spread the word about the contest and encourage friends and families to vote for them, via a Third Party Contest Poll Application. Users may be required to Like the Treetopia Facebook Page before they can vote.
  • The top three Pinterest boards with the most number of votes by the end of the voting period will be declared the winners. The winners will be chosen within five (5) days of the contest’s end.
  • Winners will be notified via email and will be required to complete a Certificate of Eligibility and liability/publicity release within ten (10) days of the date of notification.


  • The three (3) winners will each receive one (1) 6-foot Treetopia Basics Christmas Tree with the color of their choice.
  • Each Treetopia tree shall have an estimated retail value no greater than $228 USD, and the total retail list value of all prizes shall not exceed $684 USD.

Win exciting prizes and discover more ways to bring color into your home along the way by joining now. Log on to Treetopia’s Facebook page to find out more about our Color Your Holidays with Treetopia! contest.


Learn how to bring out the full beauty of your Treetopia Christmas tree with Treetopia’s Design Council 2013. In this series, we invite expert design bloggers to decorate their favorite Treetopia Christmas tree and share the fabulous results with us. Be inspired and discover the fine art of Christmas tree decorating with these terrific tips and amazing advice straight from the pros.

Treetopia is proud to share with you the graceful holiday designs of Laura Trevey from Bright Bold & Beautiful.


In her blog post, “Tis The Season To Be Jolly,” Laura relates to her readers how she created an elegantly classic holiday look in her home with Treetopia’s Balsam Spruce Christmas tree and a Biltmore Pine Wreath and Garland. With a scattering of red, yellow, and blue ornaments, Laura gave her tree a beautiful, back-to-basics look that proves that less is definitely more. By suspending the wreath over the mantel and draping the garland over the bookcases, she maintained the naturally light, bright, and cheery ambiance of her living room.


No Thanksgiving dinner table is complete without a centerpiece. Wow your guests with any of Treetopia’s picks for pretty centerpieces that you can make at home.

Fall Tealight Holder from Poppy Paperie

This earthy Thanksgiving table centerpiece from Poppy Paperie is perfect for welcoming the charm of fall into your home. It’s easy to make and is quite affordable too. All you need to do is cover a metal tray with pattern paper, and decorate it with leaf cut-outs, some ribbons, and a couple of buttons.  Fill the base container with pebbles, tea votives, and votive cups, and you’ve got yourself an impressive centerpiece.

Fall Lantern from Sweet Something Designs

Spread a warm glow across your Thanksgiving feast with a beautiful fall lantern that makes an easy focal point.  To make this table centerpiece decoration, Sweet Something Designs dressed up a simple lantern with a burlap ribbon, fall foliage, berries, and pine cones. You can also use a decorative birdcage or even a birdhouse. Candles of varying heights complete the look.