May 8, 2014

As the cool days of spring march closer towards summer, many of us dream up of wonderful ways to celebrate Memorial Day weekend. If you plan to host a holiday get-together, dressing up your home for the occasion sets a cheerful ambience for your family or friends.

Hanging Old Glory in your home is definitely a must, but to create a truly unique display of admiration for our heroes, you’ll want to go above and beyond the usual Memorial Day decorations. Putting together a patriotic-themed Christmas tree is a fun and easy option, and the results can be so memorable you’ll want to make it a personal tradition.

Candy Cane Christmas Tree

Treetopia red-and-white tree

Treetopia’s Candy Cane Christmas Tree

When it comes to color palettes, only good old red, white, and blue will do. Treetopia’s Candy Cane Christmas Tree sports playful sugar and peppermint swirls that resemble our flag’s red and white stripes, making it a natural choice for our theme.

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April 10, 2014

Pastel colors are commonly associated with Easter as they have a lighthearted quality that perfectly reflects the beauty and freshness of spring. This season, give your home a fabulous Easter-inspired look with one of these beauties from Treetopia’s collection of pastel-colored Christmas trees.

1. Pretty in Pink Tree

With its plump profile, soft pink shade, and matching pink lights, Treetopia’s Pretty in Pink Christmas Tree is a fabulous choice for your Easter display. Play up the sweet aspect of this tree by trimming it exclusively with decorated Easter eggs.

Treetopia pink tree with pink lights

Treetopia’s Pretty in Pink Christmas Tree

Start off by selecting plain Easter eggs in pastel colors that work well with pink, such as mint green, pale yellow, and sky blue. If you find preparing homemade Easter eggs too time-consuming, get artificial ones online or at your favorite craft store. Many of these faux eggs have holes at the top for hangers like ribbon, string, or fishing line. Some are even pre-threaded for your convenience.

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March 6, 2014

St. Patrick’s Day is such a popular holiday that it is celebrated in many parts around the world by Irish and non-Irish alike. The culture of Ireland is so rich with references to good fortune, from shamrocks and the color green to horseshoes and pots of gold, that it’s easy to see why this holiday is so beloved. Invite the luck of the Irish into your home by displaying your trusty Treetopia Christmas tree, wreath, and garland along with other dandy St. Paddy’s Day decorations.

1. Green Tree

When decorating an artificial Christmas tree for St. Patrick’s Day, a lush and verdant green-colored tree is an appropriate choice. After all, green is the color most associated with Ireland.

With the Irish community being such a significant part of New York City’s great history and vast population, Treetopia’s Brooklyn LED Spruce Christmas Tree seems like the natural choice for St. Paddy’s Day décor. With its full-figured silhouette, tapered branch tips, super realistic foliage, and gorgeous green shade, this is one traditional tree you’ll be looking forward to setting up again come Christmas.

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February 12, 2014

Make this year’s Valentine’s Day more memorable for your special someone by fashioning your colorful Treetopia tree into a lovely Valentine’s Day tree. Here are some of our sweetest tree decorating ideas to get your creativity flowing.

1. Pink Tree

Monochromatic

An all-pink theme is perfect for those who adore this soothing, warm color. Treetopia’s Pretty in Pink Christmas Tree is an ideal choice with its beautiful pale pink hue, which allows your ornaments to be displayed prominently.

The secret to achieving a magical monochromatic look is to select pink-tinted decorations of varying shapes, sizes, and textures to add dimension and balance. Search through your collection of beaded, frosted, pastel, or metallic holiday adornments, and set your blushing ball ornaments free to work their wondrous charm all over again.

Shop the stores or your home for a variety of trimmings that play up the feminine quality of your pink tree. Try embellishing your tree with dainty satin roses for a lovely sheen, or even fresh rose nosegays to add lushness and life.

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January 30, 2014

Super Bowl Sunday is fast approaching and everyone is excited to celebrate the biggest sporting event of the year. If you’re planning to throw a football-themed party at home, the first thing you’ll need is a good game plan. Here are some winning football party tips to ensure a fun and successful Super Bowl bash.

Draft Your Guests

The traditional Super Bowl party has become much more than watching the game with other football aficionados. It’s about letting loose and whooping it up with friends over an unending supply of food and drinks. So go ahead and invite your favorite relatives, friends, neighbors, and colleagues even if they’re not keen or familiar with football.

Football players running a play

Wear your favorite team’s colors proudly

Ask your guests to wear clothes in colors that represent the team they’re rooting for. Encourage them to put on face paint and even bring foam fingers to cheer their team on.

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January 29, 2014

Wood burning fireplaces and space heaters can heat up a house, but the right décor helps create a warm and cozy home. Follow these simple winter home decorating tips and make your interiors more inviting during the dark days of winter.

Accessorize with Warm Colors


Using rich colors in a room creates a soothing perception of warmth. Decorate your sofa and armchairs with pillows in rich colors, such as red and orange, to add interest and evoke feelings of comfort.

Store away cool-colored silver, chrome, and nickel accessories and load up with gold, copper, and bronze décor to instill energy into and to warm up your living spaces.

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January 27, 2014

It’s 2014 and it’s time to bid adieu to emerald green as color of the year. Pantone has announced its list of the choicest colors for the new year, and designers are hard at work incorporating these decorating color trends to fabulous use. Here are some ways you can apply the year’s most captivating colors in your home.

Radiant Orchid: Delicate and Exotic

Just the name alone conjures up images of romance and a sense of the exotic. A fascinating fusion of fuchsia and purple with pink undertones, this color is complex, yet it is exactly this multifaceted quality that makes radiant orchid so intriguing and attractive. As a reflection of the value that today’s society places on creativity and originality, this shade inspires confidence and encourages imagination.

A color this vibrant is perfect for sprucing up and adding energy to interior spaces. An area rug in radiant orchid instantly livens up a room dominated by neutrals or steel grays, imbuing it with a sassy spirit without overwhelming the surrounding pieces of furniture.

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January 21, 2014

On a cold winter day, a nice hot and comforting drink really hits the spot. From wholesome hot chocolate to creamy coffee with a kick, these delicious and easy-to-prepare beverages will have you warm and cozy in no time.

1. Vanilla Café au Lait

Dark coffee and heated milk combine to create café au lait, a smooth and mellow pick-me-up enjoyed the world over. This version uses real vanilla beans to add a delicious new dimension of fragrance and flavor to a traditional French favorite.

White cup of frothy coffee on top of a pile of coffee beans

A cup of vanilla cafe au lait is the perfect drink for a cold morning

To prepare, simply combine three cups of whole milk with two tablespoons of sugar and 1 split vanilla bean in a saucepan. Simmer over low heat for 20 minutes before removing the vanilla bean. Whisk the milk mixture briskly for a minute then pour over four mugs of strong brewed coffee.

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January 16, 2014

We’re well into the beginning of a new year and many of us are finishing up the bittersweet task of taking down the Christmas trimmings. Clearing away all your Christmas décor can leave your home looking empty and bare. This presents a great opportunity to makeover your interiors with after Christmas decorating ideas that highlight the things you love about winter.

Embrace Winter with White, Silver, and Gold

Decorate your home with items that echo the enchanting sparkle and immaculate white beauty of fresh fallen snow. No matter what color your walls and furniture are, white and metallic accents give rooms a cool, crisp, and polished look.

A group of silver candlesticks or gold vases on the mantel creates a beautiful winter vignette. For a glittering piece of after Christmas décor, fill a decorative clear glass bowl with shiny silver and gold ball ornaments left over from the holidays.

Shop around your home for alluring white items. Set out white trays and plates, or display your favorite photos in minimalist white frames. Lay out white hardcover coffee table books or rotate in some white objet d’art from storage.
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January 14, 2014

Christmas decor, as the popular catchphrase goes, are gifts that keep on giving. Some holiday pieces are so beautiful that it would be a shame to simply keep them in storage. Treetopia lets you in on a few tips on how to reuse Christmas decorations that you can display all year long.

1. Use Christmas lights as decorative lighting

The delicate, comforting glow of Christmas lights look great any time of the year. To make your bedroom feel warmer and cozier, hang strands of Christmas lights on your walls. You can also wrap them around your bed’s metal frame, or arrange them against the wall to form a bright faux headboard. For an even more dazzling touch, use holiday lights to outline your window frames and illuminate your mirror.

If you have a garden, place strings of clear lights on the trees or potted plants that line the path to your front door. Mount clear or multi-colored Christmas lights on window sills and patio covers to keep your home’s façade looking fun and festive.

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