Hello, Fans of Christmas! Happy New Year to you! Today’s post features a few more images of the Christmas Decor: Eclectic Country Woodland Christmas Tree. I’ve been trying out the camera features of my new cell phone; the photos aren’t ‘professional’, yet. It’s a gorgeous tree and I’m a bit closer to photographing it so well, that its beauty is easily seen in photographs, too. Enjoy!
This photo shows the Christmas tree surrounded by furniture and Christmas-themed gift bags.
This photo shows a close-up of the fluffy, hand-crafted register-paper bows, the owls and hand-painted, snowy pine cones on this Christmas tree.
Last, yet not least, this photo shows the Christmas tree’s lights and the ambiance of the lights of this gorgeously decorated tree.
Hello, Everyone! Today’s gorgeous Christmas tree is styled by Craftsberry Bush (“Well done!”). I discovered this gorgeous beauty while perusing an article at Elle Decor (“Thanks for sharing this beauty!”). I agree with their statement about this vignette being a wintery wonderland of white walls, an abundance of faux snow and the white tree’s ‘dressing’. With such an attractive mixture of white as the base color, the bright rouge-red accents make this Christmas Decor vignette eye-catchingly exquisite! This is beautiful Christmas Decor Styling/Staging! Some of my favorite features of this vignette are:
- the plumpness of the tree thanks to the ornaments, sprigs & more
- the placement of gifts
- the choice of gift wrapping paper
- the teddy bear
- the selection of pine cones
- the placement of the stockings on the fireplace mantle
- the sprigs of greenery cascading over the stockings on the fireplace
To date, this is the prettiest snowy white Christmas tree styling I’ve seen in photographs. Again, I say, “Well done!”.
Hello, Everyone! Are you enjoying December, blissfully? I’ve been enjoying sharing bedroom images of Christmas Decor Staging/Styling examples (possibilities), in previous posts. In the past four posts I’ve shared Christmas tree decor examples for a variety of colors and ornament collections. The featured ornament collection, today is the Highland Holiday 60-piece Ornament Collection. As you will notice, this collection’s main colors are red, silver, black and gold.
The images of glorious bedding & other bedroom decor, are visually complimentary to the Highland Holiday Ornament Collection. Imagine your Christmas wreath(s), garland(s), tree(s), and fireplace mantle(s) with this collection. Imagine the beautiful tree, in one of the bedrooms (featured below). In your mind’s eye you see how lovely that is! As usual, I am encouraging you to go ahead, and enjoy having this kind of ambiance in your bedroom(s) this season, and even year-round! Remember, with the options for automating the lights you can go to sleep enjoying the ambiance in bed. I’ve noticed that this type of Christmas decor is a lovely way to be serenely and blissfully, mindful of Cristes Maesse all year (and what He means to our daily lives). As always, enjoy this post and have a heavenly week (even as you handle life’s challenges).
P.S. Aren’t the dogs so adorable?!
The wrapped gift boxes featured in this post are unique and so attractive, they can be considered Christmas decor. Although these gifts are not featuring traditional Christmas color themes, the style of each one presents great ideas/prototypes for your Christmas gifts!
Photo: Chelsea Hardwood Chair, Deck the Halls Ornaments, Rayon-Velvet Jeweled Deer Stockings, Prancer Stocking Hook, Yuletide Manor Wreath & Courtly Check Resting Deer – Neiman Marcus’ The Christmas Book 2016
The decor in this stately room is minimal, and cute. My favorite decor items in this display are the three whimsical pieces, the checkerboard-styled deer and the large ornaments on the mantle, as well as the red pine cones, the stockings, wreath and multi-patterned chair.
Each of the mantles pictured above are quite beautiful. The choice of colors and ornaments create a truly luxe atmosphere in each space! Santa is enjoying the luxe atmosphere at his fireplace, too.