The New Year is all about fresh beginnings, and it’s your chance to take things to an even higher level. Sprucing up areas of your home is one way to start the year right. Use our wreaths and garlands to create beautiful pockets of positivity to cheer you on.
Big on Christmas decorating but short on space? Enter the pencil tree. The narrow width is ideal for smaller homes and rooms, without skimping on Christmas cheer. Here are four ways to sharpen your decorating skills.
Ladies and gents, it’s the event you’ve all been waiting for: The Treetopia Cyber Week Sale 2018! We know you’ve been in a holidaze counting down the days to Christmas. With just a little over the month to go, it’s now or never to get your dream Christmas tree and come up with that decorating theme that’s uniquely YOU!
This year, we’re giving you our hottest Christmas décor deals and throwing in a few tree-decorating tricks to get your creative motor up and running.
YOU GUYS! I am so excited to show you my 2017 Treetopia Christmas tree forest! I’ve got so many trees up this year it is going to be a two part special. I kicked off the holiday season with The Treetopia Design Council and my vintage Santa inspired flocked Christmas tree and I just kept going from there!
Don’t let your home’s lack of space dampen the Christmas spirit. Treetopia has your back with innovative space-saving artificial Christmas trees that are not only attractive, but also practical. With a little creativity, you can spread the season’s joy to any room in the house. To get started, follow these simple tips to turn your limitations into lasting memories.
Pencil trees and table top trees are perfect for small spaces like a child’s room. When my tween asked for her own tree, I was more than happy to help. She picked the sweets theme and it just happened that I decorated an ice cream themed tree a time or two, so I had a bit of experience.
It’s time to dust off the decorations in storage as we look forward to another sensationally chic Christmas season. Our recent blog hop inspired us to celebrate in style and share with you a step-by-step guide to decorating your glam Christmas tree. Join us as we continue to set new trends and make statements that will delight and impress your guests for the holidays.
‘Tis the season of giving, and with the frenzy of shoppers flocking to stores in search of the perfect present for their loved ones, you want to put your best foot forward to entice patrons. Decorating your store for the holidays is key to drawing in potential customers. It piques their curiosity to discover what you have for them. Delight and welcome clients this season with Treetopia’s handy guide to decorating your store for Christmas.
Since President Coolidge started the tradition in 1923, the National Christmas tree lighting ceremony has embodied the country’s spirit. The ceremony is headed by the First Family and marks the beginning of the holiday season and the Pageant of Peace. Today is President’s Day, and we thought it would be the perfect time to look back at the National Christmas Trees from the last 17 years.
An Ode to Tradition (2000)
I have so many Christmas trees up at my house, it takes a two-part home tour to show them all! Last week was Part 1 where I chatted about my Treetopia White Tree, Oh Christmas Tree, Silver Tree, Treetopia Basics Yellow Tree and not one but two Pink Trees. (more…)
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