If you thought Treetopia only offers fabulous Christmas Trees, here is a gentle reminder that we are the star of any season

The Christmas holidays may be over but that doesn’t mean that you have to give up on fun and funky decorated trees inside your home for the next 10 months! Meet Treetopia’s fantastic trees that are not just for Christmas but for any time of the year. Check out our gorgeous artificial Palm trees and themed trees such as our Easter trees which are on sale until January 29, 2013!

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Catalina Breeze

When it comes to trees, you can neither mistake a palm tree for a Christmas tree nor associate it with anything Christmas. That’s because palm trees carry the image and feeling of warm summer days walking by the beach and the ebb and flow of waves on the shore. Treetopia’s Catalina Breeze Palm Tree transforms your home into your personal island paradise.

 

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Coronado Bay

Transform your home into a relaxing summer party venue and serve up those delicious piña coladas as you and your friends unwind and celebrate around our Coronado Bay Pine Tree. This tree alone can already give you a taste of summer and it will be up to you to play up the energy of fun summer days and nights.

 

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Las Vegas

If you’re in the mood for romance and reminiscing the bliss of being in love, check out our Married in Vegas Palm Trees. While Vegas is not exactly the most romantic place on Earth, you can’t deny that it’s difficult not to fall in love with this city. Reminisce your summer lovin’ and adventures with our Married in Vegas Palm tree serving as the backdrop.

 

Easter Surprise

While we’re on the subject of Treetopia’s trees that are not Christmas trees, check out our line-up of Easter trees. Our colorful, fun, funky Easter trees will surely give as much delight as the most colorful Easter egg you will find.

 

Since Treetopia trees are not your average Christmas trees, you can be sure that you can display them at any time of the year. Adjust to the season by using your imagination and experimenting with ornaments to create different effects.

If you’re stumped about how to style your pencil tree, read below.

When space around your home is scarce but you want to keep the spirit of Christmas alive, set up a space-saving pencil Christmas tree instead of a  fuller, traditional one. For first time owners of pencil trees or those who have tried but were unsuccessful in their attempts to make it look as fabulous as they imagined, Treetopia has gathered some one-of-a-kind tips and tricks to help you make your tree look more amazing.

Simplify

Having over the top, flashy ornaments hanging on your Christmas tree is not always the best option. Sometimes, you have to take the simple route when decorating, especially since conventional decorations associated with traditional Christmas trees do not always look good on pencil trees. You can choose a minimalistic theme in a monochromatic palette and decorate your tree with ornaments of the same color, but in varying degrees of shade, for a polished and modern look.

Go 3-D

Go for a dramatic three-dimensional design scheme with your pencil tree decorations by adding the illusion of depth. Creating depth is actually simple. All you need are ornaments in different sizes and a strategy for layering the ornaments around the tree. Place all the smaller ornaments in the inner portion of the tree, while the larger ones should be in full display. Think of the inner parts of the tree as the farther edge of your line of sight, while the outer part is the plane nearer you.

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Have a fun and classy Christmas celebration with Treetopia’s Classic Trees

If you have not yet decided whether you’d like your décor to be fun or eccentric this Christmas, you start with a classic tree and go from there. Fortunately, Treetopia isn’t just all about awesome, funky trees – we have amazing, classic trees, too. In case you’re having trouble making up your mind, here are our top five for your consideration:

 

Balsam Spruce

Try your hand at doing a funky makeover with our Balsam Spruce Christmas tree. This traditional green tree offers you the chance to turn something conventional and simple into an imaginative work of art. The pre-lit Balsam Spruce comes with either clear or multicolor lights, but you can also opt for an unlit one if you want to start decorating from scratch. The question is: will you accept the challenge?

 

 

Winter White Christmas

Do you want to have a winter wonderland in your own home without having to clean up melted snow? Make a refreshing change and display a Winter White Christmas tree in your place. Its amazing whiteness offers a stark contrast to the colorful wrappings and holiday décor in your home, making it stand out wherever you station it. It also comes pre-lit so you can choose whether you want clear or multicolor Christmas lights illuminating your tree. Do we really need to say more?

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If you’re looking for a cool alternative to the traditional green tree, a pink Christmas tree is the way to go. It helps heighten the fun and usher in the innocent spirit of Christmas. Start the holiday celebrations early by putting up a pink tree and decorating it with these ideas:

Monochromatic

Pink trees are vibrant as they are and for some, adding more color can be overwhelming. Make it simple by using a monochromatic theme, like a variety of ornaments and garlands in varying shades of pink. The key is to add texture to the design by using ornaments of different shapes, sizes, and materials.

Whimsical

Create a whimsical look by using silver and clear ornaments. Combine large clear balls with smaller lilac ones. You can stick to Christmas balls only, but use as many as possible so the tree doesn’t look patchy and bare in some places. Decorate with crystal drops and garlands, then string clear lights to create more drama.

Victorian

If you want to retain the traditional look, go for a Victorian theme. To achieve this, choose artificial Christmas trees in a soft shades of pink. Hang ornaments in hues of burgundy, old rose, cream, and gold. For an authentic Victorian feel, create your own garlands using cream-colored paper chains or popcorn and cranberry garlands.

Bring out old Christmas cards, border with lace, and hang as onrnaments. Hunt for vintage-style toys like metal trucks and mini-dolls. Make burgundy mini-cornucopias and place some candy. Light up this pretty tree with battery-operated tea lights, clear mini-Christmas lights, or LED candle lights.

Flower Garden

Another way to create a contemporary look is by decorating your tree with clusters of flowers in purple, deep pink, and red hues. Choose different kinds of flowers from small flowers in clusters to big, single flowers. Complete the garden feel with light green leaves.

Pink Wonderland

A pink tree is a beautiful backdrop for a winter wonderland design. To achieve this, use white and silver ornaments and garlands. Snowflake ornaments and silver tinsel garlands are perfect for this theme. Intersperse cotton on the branches to look like faux snow.

Sweet and Funky

Give kids a Christmas tree to remember with a candy theme. Pink trees often evoke thoughts of cotton candy and sweet treats anyway! Do your kids a favor by decorating the tree with ornaments in candy colors or pastel colors that remind you of cupcakes or ice cream. Hanging a few real candies won’t hurt, either!

As with any Christmas tree, decorating a pink tree is more fun when spent with loved ones. Ask family members for ideas and try to incoporate a little bit of everyone’s suggestions. This way, you’ll have a stylish tree that represents all your individual personalities.

Thoughts of the holiday season often include images of a winter wonderland. Many people anticipate Christmas not only for the festivities and gifts, but for the magical landscape that comes with the season.

Setting up a white Christmas tree is perhaps the best way to exude the whimsical flair of winter in your home. Here are some tips on how to decorate a white tree:

Decide on a Theme

The most important aspect of creating a stylish white tree is the theme. Colors vividly stand out on a white background and a few hues results in a captivating tree. A favorite design is the red-and-white theme. Hang red ornaments and garlands to create a fun look brings out the child in anyone. Santa ornaments also fit well in this color theme. Add some real peppermints for the kids, too!

Another delightful theme is the winter wonderland look with snowflake and crystalline drop ornaments as main decorations. You can achieve this by adding cotton flocking to the tree and placing reindeer or ornaments depicting winter festivities. For a more sophisticated look, go for a gold-and-silver theme with tinsel and glittery or metal ornaments. Those with a bold streak can completely go out-of-the-box and use vibrant hues like purples and pinks.

Choose Lights Wisely

Although white Christmas trees look brilliant enough even without lights, you can heighten the charm of these trees with clear or multi-colored lights. Make sure to choose lights with white or clear strands so they don’t stand out. For a well-lit tree, prepare at least 100 lights per foot height of the tree. Try out options like LED lights to save energy and globe lights for a more radiant look. As with other trees, string the lights before adding any ornaments.

Don’t Go Overboard with Ornaments

Depending on the size, decorate the tree with just enough garlands and ornaments so it doesn’t look weighed down. A well-decorated tree doesn’t necessarily have a lot of ornaments. As long as you choose lovely ornaments, garlands, and family favorites, your tree will be a hit.

Create a Balanced Look

Balance starts with blending small and large ornaments. This helps create a natural symmetry that isn’t too organized. Decorate from top to bottom, placing large ornaments first in a diagonal and evenly spaced manner. Counter these with smaller ornaments. A helpful tip is to place ornaments at varying depths, some near the trunk and some on the tips of branches so your tree looks fabulous at all angles.

White Christmas trees are elegant and serve as the perfect backdrop for any kind of ornaments. Think of it as a blank canvas and let your creativity flow to achieve the perfect White Christmas.

Many people hope to establish a home design that needs minimal redecorating throughout the year. Decorating the space according to season and holiday is fun, but homeowners with limited time aim for a versatile design that can be updated with simple additions.

A great way to have an effortlessly beautiful home design all year is to choose colorful yet elegant accents. Tabletop trees are ideal accessories, especially colorful artificial ones. These trees fit well in any room, even in offices and lobbies. In addition, tabletop trees are splendid embellishments in small homes and apartments, saving space without diminishing the festive mood of special occasions or holidays.

Treetopia’s I’m Just a Rainbow Tabletop Christmas Tree is a lovely addition to any home design that kids and adults alike can appreciate. The vibrant rainbow colors make it  a captivating accessory in living room side tables or accent tables against dining room walls. It blends easily within any color scheme, theme, or season.

For different festivities, this tree enlivens the home whether you hang ornaments and lights or leave it unadorned. Place some tiny bird or butterfly ornaments to welcome spring or string a few clear lights on the tree in time for Halloween.

Intersperse cottony balls on the branches for winter and hang tiny candy canes or Santa ornaments when winter and the holiday season rolls in. Think up a theme each year and decorate to your heart’s content with less ornaments and in less time because of its convenient size.

Spread cheer throughout the year with attractive and stylish tabletop trees. With the Rainbow Tabletop Tree, your home becomes more chic and vibrant.

 

A black Christmas tree is a great choice if you’re looking for a holiday design with unique charm and personality. Viewed as a modern and stylish alternative, black Christmas trees are becoming quite popular as a holiday centerpiece as the dark hue makes a perfect backdrop for shimmering ornaments. Its versatility is an even more enticing option—it never goes out of style and can be easily redecorated as a year-round, interesting home décor. Here are some decorating ideas you can try:

Tuxedo Drama

Establish a minimalist yet classy look by adding clear lights and white ornaments. Twine silky ribbons as garlands and hang white Christmas balls of varying sizes for an elegant black-and-white look. If you want more style, look for white Christmas ornaments with simple black detail.

Starry Night

Recreate the beauty of a dark, starry sky on your tree for a dramatic look perfect for cozy holiday get-togethers. String clear lights on the tree and hang dark blue and silver Christmas balls and tinsel garlands. Complete the look with different star and moon-shaped ornaments as well as those with glitters or sequins.

Crystal Luxury

Black represents lavish style and a top choice for fine dining events and grand night balls. Exude rich taste in your holiday design by decorating your black tree with crystal or glass ornaments. If you have the budget, hang Swarovski crystals or glass ornaments. You can also make your own, like angels, stars, and snowflakes. If you want to add more fun, go for reindeer, snowman, and stocking designs. Add shimmer with clear lights and pearl or crystal bead garlands.

Royal Purple

Make Victorian style your inspiration and evoke a royal atmosphere with a purple theme. Hang white or glass Christmas balls trimmed with purple lace or satin and dot the tree with some purple flowers. Twine purple garlands and silver bead garlands around the tree. Silky or velvety purple tassels give a rich look. For a more Victorian feel, make purple and silver cornucopias with silky ribbons and fill with nuts or treats.

Halloween Christmas

Stringing orange lights around a black tree gives a captivating appeal that is perfect for Halloween lovers. Blend Halloween festivity with Christmas by adding pumpkin or bat ornaments together with orange Christmas balls and tinsel garlands.

Traditional Trendy

Gold and silver are timeless holiday colors that fit very well with black trees, too. Gold and silver ornaments and garlands make the tree stand out all the more. With a black tree, you can never hang too many glittery Christmas balls! Tie large bows of gold and silver ribbons for a breathtaking design.

If you long to feature a vintage-themed tree, hang fun tin ornaments like Santa and reindeer designs. You can also create an old-fashioned look by making paper ornaments like peace cranes and garlands. You won’t go wrong with daring colors like pink or bright blue if you want to veer away from tradition.

Make a statement this holiday season with a stunning black Christmas tree to complete your holiday design.

Christmas comes only once a year and when it does, families head down to their basements or attics to lug out the Christmas trees they’ve stored for the past year. It’s a yearly tradition that some may find a chore, especially since the decorated tree will only be displayed for a month or so before it returns to its box and left to gather dust for another eleven months. The effort and investment in a good Christmas tree seem like such a waste.

Make the most out of your Christmas tree by using it as a year-round indoor decoration for your home instead. It’s as simple as just adjusting the decorations to suit various holidays. Here are a few fun suggestions you can try:

Valentine’s Day

The next great celebration after Christmas, besides the New Year, is Valentine’s Day—when people celebrate their love for each other, stringing paper hearts along corridors and doors. Replace your usual Christmas tree decorations with paper hearts; each filled a sweet message for all your family and friends. Top the tree with a cupid, instead of the usual Christmas angel and throw in a bit of pink and red tinsel around the tree. If the tree just happens to be pink, the better! The Cotton Candy Pink Christmas tree adds the right amount of Valentine’s sweetness to any room.

Fourth of July

Celebrate Independence Day by sprucing up your tree in the colors of America. Wrap red, white, and blue streamers around the tree, hang little American flags on the branches, and add the sparkle of fireworks through gold and silver tinsel. Top off your tree with an Uncle Sam top hat. You may even draw inspiration from this patriotic tree by spraying it with red, white, and blue artificial snow.

Halloween

Add something unique into your Halloween decoration by covering the tree with fake spider webs, miniature pumpkins, and witch-themed ornaments on the branches. The Colossal Candy Corn Christmas Tree is perfect for the porch as you hand out candies to children going Trick-or-Treat.

In-Between

When you’re not celebrating any special occasions, keep your tree bare and create a pseudo-outdoor area in your living space. Surround it with small potted bushes and plants and cover the base with stones. If you want, you may even sprinkle the branches with a few dried leaves to bring the feel of autumn into your home. With an addition of a few comfortable armchairs and a coffee table, you’ll have created a nice, relaxing nook where you can spend the day quietly reading.

When Christmas ends, try out the few suggestions listed above. Just remember to be creative and go all out in your decorations. This way, you’d be able to experience the joy of tree decorating all year round.

 

Red, white, and blue are the colors of patriotism for many Americans especially when Independence Day rolls in. The 4th of July is the perfect time to transform your home into a stylish display of American pride. Though this special day is only celebrated once a year, simple changes to home design can instill a festive atmopshere that befits the occasion. Here are some home decoration ideas that you can try:

Flaunt the colors of Americana

A favorite way to exude patriotic vibe in your home is to go for the red, white, and blue color theme. Check your cabinets for functional items that come in these colors and mix and match for a balanced look. Spruce up kitchens and dining areas with colorful trays, dish towels, and containers. Bedrooms come alive by bringing out old-fashioned quilts, layering red and blue linens, and replacing a contemporary lampshade with a red gingham one.

Bring color to windows, shelves, and tables with red, white, and blue flowers like geraniums and hydrangeas. Use blue metal buckets or ceramic pots with red patterns as planters or put  some cutflowers in stylish white vases with red ribbons tied around them.

If you want to go beyond the color scheme, shoot for the stars—and stripes. Revive living rooms with throw pillow covers or rugs with stripes-and-stars patterns. Create a fitting garland by cutting out red stars strung along a blue and white ribbon.

Set the ambiance with flags

Nothing replaces hanging the Old Glory for the 4th of July. Hang the flag on your front porch and add red, white, and blue accents like blue hydrangeas tied with red ribbons on the white fence.  You can also hang a couple of smaller flags on one wall of the living room for a bold impact.

A creative way to go about this is to set up the Vote for Me Tree in your living room. An interpretation of the flag, this patriotic tree exudes true American vibe.

Add vintage accents

Vintage items spell old Americana. Scout stores or garage sales for enamelware you can display or use as containers in the kitchen.  Arrange antique ceramic décor like figurines or family heirloom on shelves and hang paintings in traditional frames in the living room. Rustic watering cans can be hung on the porch or used as a unique vase or planter for an outdoor table.

Make dining a patriotic affair

Make your 4th of July gathering complete with a table all decked out with patriotic flavor. Start off with a table cloth with vintage design or a simple white linen with red and blue table runners. Place mini flags in tiny glasses beside each guest’s plate and tie table napkins with red and blue ribbons. Whether plastic or ceramic, go for dinner ware that come in red, blue, or white solid colors or patterns. Set this on top of place mats in contrasting color.

With these decorating ideas, your home is ready for a truly happy Independence Day celebration. Now you only need to sit back as you watch the fireworks light up the night sky. Happy 4th of July!