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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.

Having won a Treetopia Oh Christmas Tree in a blogger giveaway last year, Katrina of Chic Little House is no stranger to the stylish appeal of our artificial Christmas trees. As part of this year’s Design Council, Katrina indulged her long-time love for snow-covered trees by decorating our Frosty Flocked Christmas Tree. Check out her recent blog post and you’ll see how elegantly her Christmas tree echoes the green palette of her home décor.

Treetopia flocked Christmas tree with clear lights and green ornaments

Photo courtesy of Katrina Sullivan


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Miniature Christmas trees may be small but they provide plenty of style. Even if you already own a full-sized artificial Christmas tree, potted trees and tabletop trees are perfect for adding a touch of holiday cheer anywhere in your home. Here are some simple Christmas decorating ideas for brightening up your surroundings with mini Christmas trees.

Accentuate Your Mantel

Tabletop Christmas trees help complete the festive look of your mantelpiece, transforming your fireplace into a major focal point of your home. If you’re planning on having a sleek and sophisticated holiday mantel, use our Snow Capped Mini Flocked Trees to bring a lovely wintry touch to your display.

Set of two Treetopia flocked tabletop trees with clear lights

Treetopia’s Snow Capped Mini Flocked Trees


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Caitlin, Crystal, and Jeanne around their Treetopia tree

Tree-decorating parties can be glamorous events!

As tree-decorating parties go, Sacramento Street’s may just be one of the most stylish. Blogger and designer Caitlin invited two of her closest girlfriends, Crystal from Rue Mag and Jeanne fromShop Sweet Things, to spend an afternoon of friendly conversation and, of course, tree decorating.

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When it comes to displaying trendy and colorful Christmas trees, why should contemporary and urban homes have all the fun? Even if you live in a 19th century brownstone or a quaint American Craftsman bungalow, there’s an exciting Treetopia colored tree that will perfectly complement the style of your home.

American Colonial

One of the most popular architectural styles in the United States, American Colonial originated in the 17th century and includes many regional variations. Colonial architecture is known for its symmetrical exteriors and elegant yet uncomplicated finishes.

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Black Friday may offer some of the year’s best discounts, but some aspects of this annual event can discourage even the most determined bargain hunter. If you’re not keen on toughing it out in a crowded mall, don’t worry; you can still score a lot of great deals on Cyber Monday just by going online.

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Happy Thanksgiving to one and all!

In our previous article, we showed you some exciting additions to our line-up of fun and colorful Christmas trees. Well, you ain’t seen nothing yet! We’ve got more new artificial Christmas tree designs to share with you, so read on and find the perfect tree that will help make your holiday season look more fabulous than ever.

Color Me Pretty

Nothing brightens up a holiday home quite like a colored Christmas tree. Aside from being lovely to look at, they give you the chance to express your personality and unique style.

Treetopia pink tree with pink flocked tips

Treetopia’s Angel Pink Flocked Christmas Tree

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Proper shaping or fluffing can make even the most modest Christmas tree look like a million bucks! It may take a bit of time and effort, but fluffing your tree gives it a fuller, more natural appearance that will impress guests and enchant loved ones. The next time you set up your artificial Christmas tree, remember these simple steps and fluff your way to fabulousness!

Treetopia black tree with Christmas decorations

A little fluffing makes your Christmas tree even more fabulous

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Happy Fun Ball Lights

Mix and match the colors of your holiday decorations.

Even the simplest of décor themes can become works of art if you put a little more thought into the colors used. Whether you focus on your Christmas ornaments, tree, or wreath, the success of your Christmas decoration relies largely on your ability to mix and match colors. As subtle an element color can be, it can make or break a design composition if you don’t have even a basic understanding of color combination. Intimidating? Maybe. Impossible? Of course not. Start by studying the color wheel and some basic color relationships and you’ll be able to play it by ear—and by eye—in no time.

Find out more about the concepts of color harmony and color context, and see how you can apply them to your holiday decorations.

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Not many people can pull off decorating a Christmas tree entirely with homemade ornaments, but Lia Griffith does it beautifully and effortlessly. Growing up in a family of devoted DIYers nurtured Lia’s love for crafting, and consequently helped her to forge a successful career in graphic design. Through her blog, she offers valuable techniques, advice, and ideas to promote her passion for living a handcrafted lifestyle.

Treetopia black pencil tree with handcrafted Halloween decorations

Photo courtesy of Lia Griffith

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