January 1, 2016

happy new year from treetopia

December 28, 2015


New Year’s resolutions are a dime a dozen. Making them is the easy part, sticking to them is a different story. I like to think of resolutions as goals of visions for the future as opposed to resolutions. Being a visual person (can you tell from my groovy NYE tree), actually making something physical like a vision board helps me not only realize my goals for the upcoming year, it helps those goals to actualize.

December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas from Treetopia


December 17, 2015

Treetopia Loves Warm Winter Drinks
The holidays are right around the corner and there’s no better cure for the winter blues than a warm, homemade beverage. From thick Italian hot chocolate to mulled wine, we present some of the best warm winter drink recipes from our favorite people on the blogosphere. Enjoy a cup of warm winter goodness and lighten your mood on a dreary winter day with this edition of Treetopia Loves.

December 16, 2015

My Treetopia Christmas Photo Contest - Promotional edit

Classic, Pretty in Pastels, or Technicolor? Let your decorated Treetopia Christmas tree take center stage in the My Treetopia Christmas Photo Contest. Share a photo of your decorated Christmas tree on Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #TreetopiaColors and tell us what you love most about your Christmas tree for a chance to win a Gift Card worth up to $300.

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December 15, 2015

We all have favorite holiday songs (and cringe at the occasional earworm!), but not every song is suited to every personality. Treetopia put together a festive quiz to help you determine which Christmas song best describes you. Take our short holiday quiz to see your results!

December 14, 2015

Decorating a green Christmas tree with a vintage Santa collection.

Believe it or not, I have a traditional tree in my house—a whole room even with red, white and green. After last week’s tour of my Colorful Christmas Home, you were starting to worry weren’t you? My Oh Christmas Tree from Treetopia is the showstopper. Sure, it is 75 degrees outside but it is beginning to look a lot like Christmas in my game room. The nice thing about a green tree (or any tree) is that it is a blank slate. Besides ornaments, I like for my trees to have a theme. Last year I decorated the tree with my vintage Fisher Price toy collection. This year it is all Santa, all the time.

December 7, 2015

How to decorate an orange Christmas tree.

I’m a firm believer that when it comes to Christmas, more is always better—more trees, more color, more kitsch. I guess after a year of being the Treetopia brand ambassador, you already gathered all that. This holiday season, it is safe to say I have a tree in almost every color and in just about every room in my house, including orange.

December 7, 2015

We knew the members of our Design Council 2015 could decorate a mean Christmas tree, but with their impeccable taste, eye for design, and out-of-the-box thinking, their Technicolor creations still left us in awe. We want to take this opportunity to thank each of our blogger partners for their participation, and show off some snapshots of their gorgeous Christmas trees in Technicolor.

Jen Perkins, Jennifer Perkins

Some Like it Hot artificial Christmas tree, Treetopia Basics – Yellow tree, and Toasted Champagne Tinsel tree with ornaments



December 4, 2015

Lindi Haws is the party thrower, crafter, cake stand hoarder, confetti thrower, and all-around design expert behind Love the Day. Her blog started out as a hobby in 2010, and has quickly become a leading resource for printable designs, diy parties, and entertaining inspiration. Lindi is a proud wife and mother of two girls, and always makes sure her family comes first.

Photo Courtesy of Love the Day

Learn more about Lindi and her decorating advice in our exclusive interview:

TT: What is Christmas Eve like in your household?

Super magical. I’m the oldest of five siblings who all get together on Christmas. Most of us have spouses and children so it’s a loud and lively night. We reenact the Christmas Story, wear Christmas jammies, eat lots of baked goods, play games and end the evening with the opening of one present.