Heidi displays her love for home, family, and anything creative on her blog, Home by Heidi. She has a flair for interior decorating, and is enthusiastic about paint, trim, and a little bit of DIY. Together with her husband, she turns the ordinary into something beautiful, and helps others love the space they’re in.
Learn more about Heidi and her passion for transforming spaces in our exclusive interview:
TT: What is your decorating mantra?
I feel everyone should LOVE the space they’re in. Making a space beautiful and individualized to that person matters the very most. I always tell people, “It’s all in the Details,” which is especially important to follow while designing.
TT: What room or specific area of the home do you find most challenging to decorate for the holidays? Any tips on styling this specific area?
I find that mantels can be a challenge, especially if it is next to the tree. My advice…simplify one or the other. If you want more focus on the tree, make your mantel more simple and vice versa. I also like to color coordinate the tree and mantel together.
TT: What was the most challenging aspect of decorating in Technicolor?
I am using an AMAZING flocked tree from Treetopia and I wanted to be sure the colors popped against the white of the tree, so I made sure to use bright golds and silvers. For the finishing touch, I used a natural and silver colored ribbon so the silver would pop against all the pretty white branches.
TT: Why did you pick this specific tree to decorate?
I chose the Flocked Alpine because of the shape of the branches and tree itself. I ADORE alpine trees in nature, so when I saw it in flocked, it was a dream come true!!! I was thrilled when it came; the shape was perfect!
TT: How does this tree compare to your tree from last year?
My tree from last year was more of a “farm house” tree with green buffalo check as it’s theme. The element I love most about this year’s tree is the monochromatic metallics that make it so very magical!
TT: What other holiday would your Technicolor tree be perfect for?
I think a Technicolor Tree would be perfect for Halloween. How fun it would be to do bright Purple and Green for a Spooky Festive Tree!
TT: Best part of decorating your Treetopia Tree?
I was so impressed with the quality of the Treetopia Tree. The color, branches and shape are very realistic to a real tree. Set up was a snap. And once the decorating was complete, it is truly is my FAVORITE tree I have ever decorated!
Visit Home by Heidi to see more of Heidi’s tree for Design Council 2015: Christmas in Technicolor!by