December 11, 2013

Treetopia’s Design Council 2013: Michael Wurm, Jr. of Inspired By Charm, Part 2

Posted by Treetopia in Decorating Ideas for Every 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.

Michael Wurm, Jr. of Inspired by Charm returns to dazzle us once again. He pulled out all the stops on this jaw-dropping creation.

We began our Design Council series many weeks ago with Michael’s super-pretty vintage golden Christmas tree. His design received so many compliments that we couldn’t resist inviting Michael to work his magic again. In his blog post, “A Colorful Christmas Tree Treetopia Hump Day Giveaway,” Michael takes a Treetopia Slim Spruce Christmas Tree and transforms it into a stunning spectacle of color and cheer.


Michael skillfully arranged baubles of various colors and shades to create the gradient effect of this multi-chromatic masterpiece. Note that all the Christmas balls are made of glass, but are of different sizes, finishes, and textures. In his post, Michael states that he loves how the tree’s branches stick out because it makes decorating much easier.

Michael loves vintage décor, so it’s only natural that the “star” of the show is a vintage tree topper. The burlap ribbon wrapped around the tree is a great visual element that unifies the tree’s entire look. An exquisitely detailed red-and-white tree skirt is the perfect finishing touch to this rainbow-colored Christmas tree.

Are you raring to replicate Michael’s tree designs? Then, hurry over to Inspired by Charm and join the Hump Day Giveaway for a chance to win Treetopia Christmas trees!

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