Gold trims and accents on your Christmas tree are great for bringing out the festivity of the season, but they’re not just meant to be complementary accents. From ornament centerpieces to fancy chandeliers, you can create beautiful décor and let your gold Christmas ornaments take center stage this holiday season with these easy DIY ideas from Treetopia.
We recently partnered with the Ronald McDonald House at Stanford to create themed Christmas trees for a cause. We loved how easy and fun it was to create Christmas trees for our favorite bay Area Sports clubs, and we don’t want to keep you on the sidelines. Show your favorite sports teams some love with a unique holiday centerpiece with this guide from Treetopia.
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I love my Treetopia Tuxedo Black Christmas Tree so much, I decided not to take it down after Halloween but instead, decorate it for Christmas. This pre-lit black beauty looks just as festive decorated for Christmas as it did spooky for Halloween. Be sure to check it out on the DIY Network blog too!
If you thought my Candy Corn Tree was good, take a peek at my Treetopia Tuxedo Black Christmas Tree decorated for Halloween. I used a combination of new and vintage, store bought and handmade, plus kitsch and serious Halloween. Is there such a thing as serious Halloween?
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 kaleidoscope of red, orange, yellow, and brown palettes. Treetopia’s line of orange and brown trees packs a powerful visual punch that elevates your home design and can be decorated to transcend the beauty of the changing seasons.
I knew I was hanging on to all those vinyl records for a reason. All those trips to the record store are still paying off. Nowadays, I seem to craft using records more than I play them, but at least they are getting used. And used pretty well in the case of this rocking version of the Treetopia Pretty in Pink Potted Christmas Tree.
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.
When it comes to Christmas tree decorating, a classic red-and-green motif never goes out of style. Glass ball ornaments in solid colors, iconic holiday décor staples like Santa, candy canes, snowflakes, and stockings are popular decorating choices. Sprigs of winterberries, clip-on poinsettias, and red-and-gold ribbons add texture to your tree, making it look warmer and more inviting.
Thoughts of the holiday season often include images of a winter wonderland, and a great way to create your own snowy Christmas fantasy is with a white artificial Christmas tree. From colorful and playful to elegant and enchanting, white trees offer homeowners almost limitless decorating possibilities. Learn how to decorate a white Christmas tree with this guide from Treetopia.
I love thrift stores, flea markets, estate sales – you name it. When I heard there was an actual holiday called National Thrift Shop Day, I felt it my duty as a red-blooded American to decorate a tree to show my support.
Whether it’s heavy dramas or light sit-coms, TV shows are a big part of our leisure time. It then comes as no surprise that fans constantly clamor for decorative items inspired by their favorite shows, and Christmas décor is no exception. From a police box/time machine tree topper to retro style 8-bit character figures, here are holiday ornaments inspired by seven of our favorite shows on the tube.
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