There are 11 months to go from now until December 25, but that doesn’t mean your tree can’t get any action the rest of the year. Here are terrific Christmas tree decoration ideas for the holidays and occasions between!
In a recent post, we unveiled five of 10 holiday decorating themes from this year’s Design Council. As promised, here are the rest. We hope these inspire you to let your own Christmas decorating ideas shine.
You know what gets the Christmas spirit going? A beautiful Christmas tree that inspires you to make yours just as gorgeous, if not better! So, pull out all the stops and decorate for the season in a way that only you can.
Here’s the first of a 2-part series of original Christmas decorating ideas from 10 design mavericks. Read on and watch a video by our brand ambassador Jennifer Perkins introducing this year’s Design Council.
Did you see it? The very first Treetopia commercial! Did I mention that I got to fly out and style all the Christmas trees? The perks of being the Treetopia brand ambassador. I want to give you guys a fun all-access pass to some behind-the-scenes action of the commercial shoot.
Think of your Christmas tree as an ice cream sundae. The tree is the ice cream, the ornaments are the sprinkles, and your tree topper is the cherry on top. You eat the cherry first, right? Well, same thing with a Christmas tree. People are going to notice your tree topper before all the ornaments and garlands.
Now, unconventional colorful Christmas trees call for unconventional toppers. Here are some unique Christmas tree topper ideas that you can customize to fit your theme to make your tree pop.
If you’re tired of using the same Christmas decorations every year, then it’s time to think outside the old ornament box. To freshen up the look of your tree or holiday spaces, turn to your favorite pastime or profession for inspiration. We’ll show you how to use old trinkets, knick-knacks, collectibles, or the tools of your trade to add style and personality to your usual holiday decorating tradition.
Many offices choose to dress their premises with Christmas decorations to spread the joy of the holiday season. Here are several artificial Christmas tree options to brighten up your workplace.
If you’re tasked to procure a full-sized tree for your reception area or break room, here are some useful tips to remember:
1. Generally, a traditional, full-silhouette green tree, such as Treetopia’s Oh Christmas Tree, is a safe and suitable choice for most offices. For offices with more casual, contemporary, or distinct interior décor, you may opt for more stylized Christmas trees, such as Treetopia’s Purple Groove Tinsel Christmas Tree. When considering your options, keep in mind that the artificial Christmas tree you purchase will most likely be used again in the next few years.
Office time is valuable, so choose a tree that’s easy to assemble and take down. Look for features such as hinged branches and pre-installed lights to make setting up faster and more convenient. (more…)
Chic outdoor Christmas decorations provide a stylish welcome to your guests. Give your home and exteriors a dreamy designer look for the holidays with these dazzling DIYs and fabulous finds.
Outdoor Christmas Garland
Hanging a wreath on your front door is a great way to welcome your holiday guests. Take things up a notch by using an outdoor Christmas garland as a decoration.
Image and wreath and garland décor by Cake & Confetti
Garlands are versatile decorating pieces. They look great paired with a wreath on your entrance. Check out this setup by Meredith of Cake and Confetti. Other options are to wind them around the railings of your front porch or hang them as buntings on the walls of your outdoor foyer.
Make sure to use artificial Christmas garlands that are outdoor-safe. We recommend keeping them in a covered area, so you can enjoy them for years to come.
Ice Skate Wreath
Add a playful zip to your holiday exteriors by incorporating an eye-catching accent to a traditional Christmas wreath.
This ice skate wreath from Alderberryhill radiates with nostalgic charm and is surprisingly easy to make. If ice skating is a popular pastime where you live, there’s a good chance you can find a pair of vintage ice skates in your attic, flea market, or yard sale.
Simply take a skate, fill the opening with some artificial foliage and berries, and then tie it to an old-fashioned Christmas wreath. Add a red bow to the neck of the skate to make it look extra festive.
Cast an alluring candlelit glow on your walkway or porch with multi-sized Malta lanterns, such as these black metal lanterns from Pier 1. With their clean, solid lines and old-fashioned look, these lanterns exude elegance and history that match the beauty of the Christmas season.
For a simple yet stunning outdoor display, place pillar candles, along with glittery acorns or holly branches, inside the lanterns. You can choose to hang the lanterns, place them on the steps, or simply lay them on a tabletop.
If you find their basic black too strong for your tastes, pick up a can of spray paint and give your lanterns a new wintry white coat or a lustrous, golden sheen.
Frozen Ice Ornaments
Give your outdoors a truly unique and festive look with these do-it-yourself ice ornaments. From slices of fresh fruit and branches to colorful baubles and plastic trinkets, these frozen décor are super cute and can be customized any way your heart desires.
As demonstrated in Tatertots & Jello by guest bloggers Emily and Jaime from Everyday Art, you simply need to fill various plastic containers with your pretty items, position a length of strong yarn, fill the containers with water, and then leave them in the freezer or your icy outdoors overnight. By morning, hang your fabulous frosted ornaments on your tree to add some pizzazz to your lawn or backyard.
Potted Christmas Tree
Bring instant sparkle and cheer to your front porch with a miniature potted Christmas tree. Some come pre-decorated with pine cones, red berries, or sparkly clear outdoor-safe lights. On it’s own, it’s a looker, and even more so with your decorating touches.
A potted tree will look great displayed on the window sill, a tabletop, or on the porch steps surrounded by some poinsettias.
Try out these simple and chic decorating ideas and make your outdoors extra impressive and inviting this Christmas season.
This Christmas, go for something fun and unique with a TV show-themed holiday décor. Dress up your tree with these charming attention-grabbers.
Have a wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey Christmas with “Doctor Who”-inspired holiday décor. Doctor Who’s police box time machine, which he calls the TARDIS, looks fabulous as a tree topper on a white tree with navy blue trimmings.
If you prefer to use a traditional evergreen, hand-painted glass ornaments of the TARDIS and the Daleks (the Doctor’s foes) work just perfectly!
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