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.

Jennifer Perkins

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.

Treetopia potted white tree with Mexican-style decorations

Photo courtesy of Jennifer Perkins


Discover the many wonderful ways to make your Christmas tree look as gorgeous as can be with Treetopia’s Design Council 2014. We’ve asked some of the country’s best design bloggers to decorate their favorite Treetopia Christmas tree and we hope the results will inspire you to create a fabulous holiday masterpiece of your own.

Fans of Reichel Broussard’s Copy Cat Chic blog loved the way she dressed up her Treetopia Midnight Black Christmas Tree last year. For this year’s Design Council, she does a stylish 180 by applying her decorating expertise on a Treetopia Whisper White Cashmere Tree.

Treetopia cashmere-tipped white tree with ornaments

Photo courtesy of Reichel Broussard


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.

Treetopia pink tree with pink flocked tips

Treetopia’s Angel Pink Flocked Christmas Tree


Color is a pretty powerful thing. It can affect how we behave, change the way we think, and define who we are. It can even shape the person we want to be. This is why Treetopia artificial Christmas trees come in so many colors and shades. More than just an obligatory Yuletide accent, our trees provide people a beautiful way to express themselves during the holidays.

If you believe that your home is an extension of your lifestyle and individuality, then wouldn’t it be great to find that one tree that best reflects your personality? From traditional green to vibrant orange to dazzling gold, read on and find out which colorful Christmas tree is perfect for you.


Long associated with passion and desire, red is perfect for people who are strong-willed, ambitious, flashy, and energetic. Choose our exciting Lipstick Red Christmas Tree and have a fun and flirty holiday.

Treetopia red tree with clear lights

Treetopia Lipstick Red Christmas Tree


Learn how to bring out the full beauty of your Treetopia Christmas tree with Treetopia’s Design Council 2013. In this series, we invite expert design bloggers to decorate their favorite Treetopia Christmas tree and share the fabulous results with us. Be inspired and discover the fine art of Christmas tree decorating with these terrific tips and amazing advice straight from the pros.

This delightfully decorated Christmas tree comes to us courtesy of Jennifer Flores of Rambling Renovators.

The lovely and versatile Treetopia Basics – White Tree is the subject of Jennifer’s keen sense of design in her “My White Christmas Tree & A Treetopia Giveaway” blog article.

Jennifer has always wanted a white tree, so she chose this slim, snowy tree to brighten up the look of her basement. Intended as a “kids’ tree,” Jennifer loaded her tree with vibrant colors and craft decorations to make it look super fun and playful. Complementing the array of shimmering ball ornaments are hand-decorated glittery pine cones, pink plastic cups and teapots, and a gorgeous handmade paper chain. As a cute and clever touch, she used two of her daughter’s colorful tutus as a tree skirt.