The Christmas tree is the centerpiece of your holiday home, but deciding how to decorate it can be a challenge. Be inspired by these design ideas and give your Christmas tree the stylish and festive look you’ve always wanted.

1. Traditional Look

When it comes to Christmas tree decorating, traditional red-and-green is a classic look that will never go out of style. For a great back-to-basics look, start with a lush green Christmas tree with a full silhouette, such as the Treetopia Alexander Fir Christmas Tree. This tree is available pre-lit with clear lights, which spares you the trouble of having to install your own lights.

Treetopia's Alexander Fir Christmas Tree with clear lights

Decorate it with an eclectic mix of ornaments using a predominantly red-and-white color palette. Make sure to choose glass ball ornaments in solid colors, and use iconic holiday décor staples like Santa, candy canes, snowflakes, and stockings. Sprigs of winterberries, clip-on poinsettias, and red-and-gold ribbons add texture to your tree, making it look warmer and more inviting.
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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.

We kick off our series with the elegant work of Michael Wurm, Jr. from Inspired by Charm.

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One look at the surrounding scenery and you can tell that fall is Mother Nature’s fashion show. Trees, leaves, and entire landscapes flaunt a dazzling palette of red, orange, yellow, and brown. Capture the glory of the season and liven up your home with an artificial tree that reflects fall’s kaleidoscope of colors. Treetopia’s line of orange and brown trees packs a powerful visual punch that elevates your home design to new and exciting heights.

1. Fall Theme: Green and Brown on Orange

Follow through with the fall look by decorating your orange tree with items and colors from nature. According to basic color theory, orange and green are analogous colors, meaning they share a common primary color, which, in this case, is yellow. This bold combination projects a youthful energy that suits your daring and spirited design style.

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100% Orange Christmas Tree

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Halloween trees are becoming increasingly popular as a decorative holiday piece. As a Halloween treat, we’ll show you how to dress up your Treetopia Tuxedo Black Tree in spooky decorations that match your stylish Gothic design scheme for October 31st.

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Dark and mysterious: Tuxedo Black Tree from Treetopia

One of our most popular trees, the Tuxedo Black Tree has a striking and elegant appearance that makes it the center of attraction at any gathering. Dressed in sleek, jet-black needles, this tree is the natural choice for chic fashionistas or lovers of Goth culture.

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As nature’s greens turn into gold this fall, let your home become more in tune with its surroundings with a tree that not only exudes radiance, but also highlights the elegance of your interiors.

Treetopia helps you celebrate the start of a new season with its very own Toasted Champagne Gold Tinsel Christmas Tree.

Here are some ways to adorn this tree for the fall up until the holiday season ends using popular Christmas color schemes:

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Unleash your (creative) force in time to decorate an awesome tree for Intergalactic Star Wars Day

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away….

Amazing fans of the highly successful Star Wars franchise wanted to find a different way to celebrate the awesomeness of Star Wars. Only one dared to answer their call to awaken the force within… the Treetopia Intergalactic Black Tree. Now Padawan, the Treetopia Academy will show you how to decorate using the force so your name will resonate throughout the galaxy.
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Roses may be red and chocolates brown but Treetopia trees win the Valentine crown

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Love songs on air, women with twinkling eyes and men with nervous smiles, romantic restaurants with a long waiting list – these are some of the signs that Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. However, with the busy schedules of career-driven individuals and equally career-driven partners, romance sometimes takes a back seat. Take a break this Valentine’s Day and treat your partner to a romantic celebration.

When it comes to preparing for a special romantic day, it’s best to be fully prepared and pull out all the stops. These moves may be cheesy, but you can rest assured that by the end of the night, you’ll bring a smile to your partner’s face and feel flames of love ignite once more. Let Treetopia trees be your accomplice as they show you how to kindle love this Valentine’s.

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Instead of following the crowd, show the crowd how fabulous you really are

Many choose to follow trends because it’s easier and more accessible since stores are always well-stocked on trendy design items. However, like all predictable things, trends soon run out of style and are quickly replaced by another. More often than not, trends that people can’t get enough of at one point just as quickly go out of fashion, like how the retro trend started gaining popularity again, only to die down months later.


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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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