add vibrance to your holiday decor with the champagne gold tinsel tree with silver and purple decor

Cherry’s Toasted Champagne Gold Tinsel Tree

Here at Treetopia, one of the things we most anticipate during the holidays is the time when the team starts decorating their own trees at home. It should come as no surprise that we couldn’t wait to sit down with Cherry Angara, one of our teammates from the SEO department, after she decorated her full profile 6-foot unlit Toasted Champagne Gold Tinsel Tree.


Treetopia 100% Orange Christmas Tree

Christmas lights are an essential element of every Christmas tree.

A lot of artificial Christmas trees today come pre-lit, eliminating the need to string lights on them yourself. However, there are still advantages to choosing unlit artificial Christmas trees, and one of them is that you get to choose the specific light type and color you want. While it may be a long wait before you need to restring lights on pre-lit trees, it won’t hurt to learn how to do it, just in case.

This post will give you a few tips and tricks so that you can string lights on your unlit classic or colorful Christmas tree, the professional way.

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


Adding a Christmas tree is a natural choice for welcoming the holiday season into your home. However, ranging from traditional to colorful and small to large, Christmas trees are anything but natural in the world of home furniture. Whether you plan on putting your Christmas tree in your family room, front room, or dining area, here are five things you should consider before choosing its final place.


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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You can get the best deals on artificial Christmas trees if you wait for the right time.

With the holiday season just around the corner, you might already be on your way to buy that corner Christmas tree you’ve been eyeing for weeks, or still trying to find the one that tickles your fancy. Fortunately, today’s realistic artificial Christmas trees last for years, provide more variety when it comes to color and style, and are available all year ‘round. Today’s artificial trees have also come to a point where it can be hard to distinguish them from the real thing.

Before you splurge on a Christmas tree, let this post show you how, and when, you can get the best prices for the tree you want.


Green trees are awesome, but sometimes they fail to represent one’s personality. If you feel this way, it’s time to get yourself a dazzling, colored Christmas tree. Whether you’re bubbly, bold, sociable, or finicky, there’s sure to be a colored tree that will fit you to a T.

This post features a list of key tree colors for the season and decorating advice for each. Read on to find out which of these “New Traditional” alternatives to the conventional evergreen will suit your home and character.

Pink Christmas Tree

Pink Christmas trees in full or slim shape make a pretty holiday centerpiece, fluffy pink Christmas tree works as a tabletop decor, decorate for the holidays with a pre-lit pink Christmas tree

Whether it’s full, slender, or potted, you’ll love a pink Christmas tree like candy.


Treetopia Pretty in Pink Christmas Tree

This year, pick a Christmas tree that screams “YOU.”

Diversity is the name of the game in the hunt for a one-of-a-kind tree that will show off your style and personal flair. Ironically, one of the best ways to stay true to yourself during the holidays is by going artificial. Artificial Christmas trees provide options that will suit every personality and decorating whim, giving you the power to express yourself through unique tree colors and colored Christmas lights.

Here are five great reasons—and five amazing colored Christmas trees—that will help convince you to take the artificial route this year.

We love how our colorful trees complement so many decorating themes, so we were absolutely thrilled when one of our gorgeous black Christmas trees was recently featured on LiaGriffith’s blog.

Treetopia black pencil tree with Halloween decorations

Photo courtesy of Lia Griffith


It’s always great to find super creative bloggers who are as passionate about Christmas trees as we are. Recently, we were tickled pink to be mentioned in a Halloween tree blog post by Jennifer Perkins.

Jennifer is a talented designer and crafter with an incredibly rich, eclectic style, an obsession for kitschy collectibles, and a great love for throwing outrageous Halloween parties. So when she wrote about how amazing a Treetopia Candy Corn Christmas Tree would look at her next Halloween bash, we just couldn’t resist! Here’s the utterly sweet and spooky result.