Proper storage preparation is essential for keeping your artificial Christmas tree looking fabulous for countless Christmases to come. Follow our helpful storage guide and give your Christmas tree the tender loving care it deserves.
White Christmas trees have a natural elegance that makes them look right at home with almost any decorating style. To celebrate the enchanting beauty of these snow-inspired trees, we’ve asked the help of some of our favorite bloggers.
Each blogger in our Treetopia White Tree Mystery campaign received a Treetopia white Christmas tree of their choice to dress up any way they wished. The decorated trees were then featured in each blogger’s respective site, along with a fun contest for loyal blog fans. Some eagle-eyed readers who correctly identified the featured artificial Christmas tree became lucky winners of a $100 Treetopia Gift Card!
Here are some of the gorgeous white trees decorated by our talented blogger friends. Please note that some of contests are still on-going, so we can only reveal the Treetopia trees from concluded contests.
Our very own blog ambassador kicked things off with a white Christmas tree dressed in a colorful south-of-the-border style. In a previous post, Jennifer explained that her Feliz Navidad tree is an extension of their family’s tradition of celebrating Christmas with a hearty Tex-Mex feast.
Miniature Christmas trees may be small but they provide plenty of style. Even if you already own a full-sized artificial Christmas tree, potted trees and tabletop trees are perfect for adding a touch of holiday cheer anywhere in your home. Here are some simple Christmas decorating ideas for brightening up your surroundings with mini Christmas trees.
Accentuate Your Mantel
Tabletop Christmas trees help complete the festive look of your mantelpiece, transforming your fireplace into a major focal point of your home. If you’re planning on having a sleek and sophisticated holiday mantel, use our Snow Capped Mini Flocked Trees to bring a lovely wintry touch to your display.
When it comes to displaying trendy and colorful Christmas trees, why should contemporary and urban homes have all the fun? Even if you live in a 19th century brownstone or a quaint American Craftsman bungalow, there’s an exciting Treetopia colored tree that will perfectly complement the style of your home.
One of the most popular architectural styles in the United States, American Colonial originated in the 17th century and includes many regional variations. Colonial architecture is known for its symmetrical exteriors and elegant yet uncomplicated finishes.
In our previous article, we showed you some exciting additions to our line-up of fun and colorful Christmas trees. Well, you ain’t seen nothing yet! We’ve got more new artificial Christmas tree designs to share with you, so read on and find the perfect tree that will help make your holiday season look more fabulous than ever.
Color Me Pretty
Nothing brightens up a holiday home quite like a colored Christmas tree. Aside from being lovely to look at, they give you the chance to express your personality and unique style.
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!
Just like most artificial Christmas trees today, tinsel Christmas trees are made with a plastic called polyvinyl chloride, or PVC. The difference is that the needles of tinsel Christmas trees are coated with a special film that makes them shiny and metallic.
Conventional PVC trees and tinsel trees have a lot in common: their cost, weight, and durability are about the same. However, each type of tree has some unique advantages over the other. If you’re deciding which type to get this holiday season, then use this handy guide to help you out.
PVC Christmas Trees
1. Although tinsel trees are available in different colors, PVC artificial Christmas trees have a greater variety of shades to choose from. Pink PVC trees, for instance, can range in hue from baby pink, bubblegum pink to hot pink.
PVC trees also come in designs and themes which are not usually found in tinsel trees, such as striped, patriotic, and camouflage patterns. (more…)
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.
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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