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Discover the many wonderful ways to make your Christmas tree look as gorgeous as can be with Treetopia’s Design Council 2014. We’ve asked some of the country’s best design bloggers to decorate their favorite Treetopia Christmas tree and we hope the results will inspire you to create a fabulous holiday masterpiece of your own.
When choosing stylish children’s fashion and toys to promote, tada! shop owner and chief style officer Lizelle Green is usually guided by what she thinks her own kids would enjoy wearing or using. So, when it came to decorating her Treetopia Basics – Purple Tree, finding inspiration was as easy as viewing a popular children’s fantasy movie.
White Christmas trees have a natural elegance that makes them look right at home with almost any decorating style. To celebrate the enchanting beauty of these snow-inspired trees, we’ve asked the help of some of our favorite bloggers.
Each blogger in our Treetopia White Tree Mystery campaign received a Treetopia white Christmas tree of their choice to dress up any way they wished. The decorated trees were then featured in each blogger’s respective site, along with a fun contest for loyal blog fans. Some eagle-eyed readers who correctly identified the featured artificial Christmas tree became lucky winners of a $100 Treetopia Gift Card!
Here are some of the gorgeous white trees decorated by our talented blogger friends. Please note that some of contests are still on-going, so we can only reveal the Treetopia trees from concluded contests.
Our very own blog ambassador kicked things off with a white Christmas tree dressed in a colorful south-of-the-border style. In a previous post, Jennifer explained that her Feliz Navidad tree is an extension of their family’s tradition of celebrating Christmas with a hearty Tex-Mex feast.
As they say, a perfect meal deserves a perfect ending. After setting an elegant holiday table and preparing a sumptuous feast, cap off your Christmas Eve dinner celebration by whipping up an impressive dessert to tempt your guests. These Christmas dessert ideas are as stylish as they are sweet, and best of all, they require very little to no baking at all!
First created in the 1930’s, this light and airy confection is believed to have been inspired by the delicate, ethereal grace of the renowned Russian prima ballerina, Anna Pavlova. Featuring a crisp crust and a soft center, one taste of this elegant dessert will have your guests dancing for joy.
Christmas is a time for giving back and sharing special moments with friends and loved ones. Behind the scenes, however, it’s a test of fortitude. Can you make it through the holiday rush and all the other things that need to get done?
In this post, Elle of What’s Up Moms shows you a few tips on how not to let stress get the best of you, so you can spend more time celebrating and less time stressing out. In the end, it all comes down to planning and how you choose to react to the situation.
Your Christmas table setting doesn’t have to be elaborate or traditional to be elegant. Set a contemporary tablescape for a sophisticated holiday scene that’s simple yet strikingly stylish. Check out our Christmas table decorating ideas for some sparkling inspiration.
Pick a Pretty Palette
Instead of the classic Christmas combination of red and green, get creative with bold, vivid colors. Whether you love electric purple, robin egg blue, or Crayola orange, decorating with an unconventional palette adds extra excitement to your holiday table.
Layering various shades of the same color is a great way to achieve a rich, well-defined look. Replicate this pink-hued setting by placing a pink runner on a black table top or over a black tablecloth. Build up the theme with color-coordinated dinner candles and napkins, and mixing in pink salad plates with fine white china. Clear stemware and glass candle holders, along with small silver table accents, help enhance the impact of colorful pieces.
For a mod and minimalist look, go with black and white plates, silver cutlery, and white candles. Spice things up with napkins and paper-craft accents with graphic patterns. Neon yellow soup bowls or goblets bring a festive pop of color and flair to this monochromatic scheme.
Select a Sensational Centerpiece
As we’ve mentioned before, centerpieces are essential to a beautiful tablescape but are sometimes the last item on many holiday to-do lists. Instead of a lavish traditional centerpiece, opt for one that’s fun and easy to make.
Play around with scale and space to create a dramatic centerpiece, like the one shown in the image above. First, set colored candles in varying heights on a mirrored or metallic table runner. Then, use varying lengths of nylon fishing line to hang polished ball ornaments from the chandelier.
Discover the many wonderful ways to make your Christmas tree look as gorgeous as can be with Treetopia’s Design Council 2014. We’ve asked some of the country’s best design bloggers to decorate their favourite Treetopia Christmas tree and we hope the results will inspire you to create a fabulous holiday masterpiece of your own.
In last year’s Treetopia Design Council series, Michael Wurm, Jr. of Inspired by Charm completely floored us with his charming vintage tree and colorful ombre tree. Michael’s Christmas tree decorating ideas never fail to astonish and captivate us, so we’re absolutely thrilled to have him back for our Design Council this year.
The holidays are a time for merrymaking, quality time with family and friends, and decorating the house to get into the spirit of the season. Add some punch to your home décor this Christmas with gorgeous centerpieces. Rediscover their beauty and use them to add some flair to your festive mix of artificial Christmas trees, wreaths, and garlands.
In a previous post, we showed you how the centerpiece can enhance the décor in any room. In this post, we go into how you can make it one of the unifying elements in your overall holiday décor.