For the fourth year in a row, our Design Council was a resounding success! 10 expert designers and decorators showcased their family’s most treasured holiday traditions through an eclectic show of colors and trees in all shapes and sizes. We want to take this opportunity to thank all our blogger partners and take another look at how they celebrated Christmas in All Shapes and Sizes.
For the past three years, we have invited our favorite bloggers to join our Design Council and come up with colorful themes that push the boundaries of holiday decorating. Each year, we were wonderfully surprised by the creativity, out-of-the-box thinking, and spectacular creations of our blogger partners. For Design Council 2016, we asked 10 talented individuals to decorate their tree with a theme that’s a little closer to home. (more…)
The pièce de résistance of my Halloween decorating is my beloved Candy Corn Tree. This tree is how I came to know and love Treetopia. Always a show stopper and surprisingly versatile, no Halloween-obsessed home is complete without one! (more…)
Saying a hot pink tree won’t work for Halloween is like telling me you can’t have a black tree at Christmas or an orange tree for Valentine’s Day. It’s your Halloween, you decide how to decorate. I happen to think this Hot Pink Treetopia Tree looks pretty spiffy decorated for Halloween. (more…)
Welcome to the 2016 Halloween Home Tour! It’s a tough call, but my Treetopia Basics – Orange Tree is in the running to take the crown as my favorite tree of the season. I’m excited to hear who your favorite is after a week-long home tour. (more…)
There’s something about a green Christmas tree that never fails to get you in the mood for the holidays. We think it’s a combination of nostalgia and tradition. This year, you can go for a classic red, gold, and green theme or try something new.
Here, our friends share expert tips and green Christmas tree decorating ideas. Read on to find out how to put a spin on your décor.
Maybe you aren’t sold on the idea of a pink Christmas tree yet. It’s understandable. There’s a common misconception that pink is a girl’s color. It starts with the infamous gender reveals, as boxes of pink balloons spiral up into the for a bouncing baby girl. Or, baby blue latex for a boy.
The history of pink as a gender-neutral color dates all the way back to the 18th century, when both men and women wore it with equal style. It was even considered a “warlike” color since it’s a shade of red. The fact is pink is so much more than just “a girl’s color.”
The same can be said of a pink artificial Christmas tree. And, with the added panache of decorations in the shades of this versatile color, you have a tree for all seasons and reasons! Here’s a complete guide on how you can keep your pink tree stylish and up-to-date for occasions throughout the year.
White Christmas trees are the best; they are blank slates just waiting for the perfect holiday. Even better than a plain white tree is a small tabletop tree like The Winter White Potted Tree. Fewer ornaments, less commitment, and perfect for keeping up year round. Check this baby out decorated for Mardi Gras.
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