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About Treetopia

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.

If you’re looking for Christmas tree decorating ideas, you’re in the right place! Borrowing elements from their hobbies, interests, and even classic styles, here are 35 Christmas tree design ideas from some of our favorite blogger partners. Click on any of the images below to find out how each of them decorated their Treetopia tree for the holidays.

Plaid, Stripes, and Patterns

See how these Treetopia tastemakers used holiday favorites and classic prints to create stylish, on-trend Christmas trees.

Peppermint candy theme Christmas tree (more…)

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With all the hustle and bustle of the holidays, there is something magical about the calm of Christmas mornings. You appreciate the true meaning of the season when the family sits down with warm cups of tea and talks about anything under the sun. Have a cup of your favorite tea because we’re traveling across the Atlantic to see how our favorite UK bloggers decorated their tree for our very first Christmas Mornings with Treetopia campaign! (more…)

My Style, My Treetopia Christmas Tree Photo Contest
Show off your unique decorating style by posting a photo of your decked-out Treetopia Christmas tree! From December 10 to December 25, tell us what makes it special and share the inspiration behind it. Use the hashtag #MyTreetopiaStyle for a chance to win gift cards worth up to $300!

How to Enter


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When you’re short on space but still want to keep the holiday spirit alive, a pre-lit pencil Christmas tree is the perfect choice. Instead of a traditional tree with a full profile, a pencil Christmas tree is slender from tip to base. Decorating a slim tree may seem limiting, but it opens up doors for showcasing your creativity and discovering new styles! Here are some fabulous ways to decorate your pencil Christmas trees.


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

oh christmas green artificial christmas tree

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. (more…)

The holidays have arrived in style! Keep up with the latest Christmas decorating trends by joining our 3rd Annual Grand Chic-mas Giveaway for a chance to win one of 12 stylish ornaments from Treetopia.

Treetopia Giveaway

Joining is easy! Mystery items will be posted on the Treetopia Facebook Page daily. To get your first three (3) entries, tell us the name of the mystery item of the day on the official contest app. Complete the following actions to get more entries:

  1. Visit our official Instagram Page (+ 2 points)
  2. Follow us on Twitter (+2)
  3. Visit our official Facebook Page (+ 1)
  4. Visit us on Google+ (+1)
  5. Tweet about the contest with the hashtag #TreetopiaChicMas2016 (+2 daily)
  6. Re-tweet the official announcement on (+ 3)
  7. Subscribe to the Treetopia Newsletter (+ 3)


The ultimate Christmas gift is not going to be wrapped under the tree this year. Instead, it is coming from none other than the media streaming superstar Netflix as they launch a Gilmore Girls revival on November 25th. Ever since the news became official in May, countless Stars Hollow wannabe’s have been eagerly anticipating the 4-part series, written by original creator Amy Sherman-Palladino.

With the news of the release, we have been feeling nostalgic for the holiday traditions of the residents of the quirky little town. Who can forget the epic Thanksgiving when Lorelai and Rory managed to fit four holiday meals into one day? And, the way Lorelai described the first magical snowfall of the season? Thinking about these Gilmore Girls events made us wonder how often the holidays were discussed in the beloved series.

While each of the original seven seasons has something akin to a dedicated holiday episode, it’s surprising how little the women address the main event! To satisfy our curiosity, we dug a little deeper and looked at each holiday episode from the show’s run, comparing how many times the word “Christmas” was used in the script versus the word “holiday”.

Check out the chart to see the breakdown.

The Ultimate Gilmore Girls’ Holiday Greetings Tracker

Gilmore Girls Script

It turns out that everyone’s favorite mother-daughter show showed a preference for “Christmas” over any vague mention of the “Holidays”. Both words appear at least a handful of times throughout the years, but the script definitely favors Christmas cheer in the final season. While neither Gilmore seems to say the words much in the first 6 seasons, a single episode in the final season has actors saying “Christmas” 47 times!

No matter which holiday you celebrate this time of year, we hope you will be spending your December days surrounded by loved ones and enjoying everything the joyous holiday season has to offer.

UPDATE: Lorelai and Rory are sticking to their old ways in the Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life revival. After sorting through the four seasons of the mini-series, we discovered that the word “Christmas” was used a total of 10 times in the script for the reboot, while “holiday” was not spoken at all.

snowy spruce flocked Christmas tree

Courtney, the DIY expert and party planning authority behind Crafts by Courtney, combines her love of the Sunshine State and her new hometown, North Carolina, for Day 5 of Design Council 2016. Her Snowy Spruce Flocked Christmas tree is decked in coastal themed ornaments for refreshing contrast. (more…)

oh Christmas tree for Design Council

Amanda, the decorating guru behind Amanda Katherine, reached deep down her memory vault for the final day of Design Council 2016. She’s keeping a long-standing family tradition by decorating her Oh Christmas Tree with handmade ornaments.


Pencil Christmas tree for Design Council 2016

Sarah, the obsessive DIYer and super mom behind All Things with Purpose, finds the perfect tree for their family’s favorite Christmas tradition. Similarly, her Mia Pencil Christmas in a teal and neutral color theme is a fitting way to end Day 4 of Design Council 2016.  (more…)