With Christmas just a few days away, the Christmas spirit is alive and definitely kicking at the Treetopia offices, especially with all the media love we’ve been receiving these past few weeks. We’re very glad to grace the pages of these media outlets because it helps us share the joy and glitz of the holidays through our stunning artificial Christmas trees and unique holiday décor.
A couple of our pink Christmas trees were in the limelight with Hollywood star Joan Cusack as they were chosen to join the actress as a cover feature in the holiday edition of the Chicago Tribune. Joan is the perfect complement to Treetopia’s pink trees, with her quirky personality and distinctive brand of humor. The featured images in the Chicago Tribune definitely showcase the fun—and funny—side of the holiday season.
Treetopia’s Hanukkah Bush was also a star of holidays across cultures, as it was one of HGTV’s picks in its feature on the 14 Outdoor Items for Hanukkah. With its pristine white needles and bright blue LED lights, it creates a gorgeous middle ground between Christmas and Hanukkah. A beautiful tree designed for noble intentions, our Hanukkah Bush is definitely a tree worth highlighting.
Toronto-based interior designer Jacquelyn was also unable to resist Treetopia’s charm and got herself one of our Harvest Pine Garlands to use as decoration on her modern fireplace. She loved the garland so much that it made the pages of her regular Scenes from My Week series that runs on her blog Lark & Linen.
Last but not least, our unique colorful trees were the subject of praise in the dining and entertaining section of Tréndir, a blog that focuses on the latest home decorating products and ideas. Highlighting the bold colors and unique patterns of our artificial Christmas trees, the Tréndir post shows how you can add a fresh and unexpected twist to your holiday décor.
Our hearts are aflutter with all the kind words! We would like to express our gratitude to the Chicago Tribune, HGTV, Lark & Linen, and Tréndir for helping us spread the Treetopian brand of Christmas cheer to their audience.