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I absolutely love Christmas and decorating for Christmas. It should not be surprising that I have several trees that I put up each year. For starters, every bedroom gets a tree. It may not be a huge grand tree, but it’s still a tree. So, let’s get to it.
I have a little 4ft tree that I like to use on the front porch. I think it looks so realistic. I added another smaller tree to the porch this year, as well. I placed them both in baskets. They are very simple with just white lights.
I typically use a pencil tree (that I’ve had since 2000), but this year I switched it up. I used one of my other flocked trees in the entryway. This one is a 7ft flocked tree. I’ve had it a lot of years….none of the lights work. I have a mix of large white lights with the mini white lights. I loved it in the antique crock. I placed a single lit star, otherwise, it has no other decorations.
The star of the show, the Living Room tree. This year, I finally got a new tree after having the same one since 2004. Almost 20 years and none of the lights work. 😆 I still put it up, but in a different location. So, the living room tree is a beautiful 9ft flocked tree with lights. It has several modes, but I keep it on steady lights. I don’t really do a themed tree because I like using all my different glass ornaments. I also try to collect an ornament on each vacation, and I love displaying all those memories. So the living room tree is an eclectic mix of ball ornaments and glass ornaments. I clustered my ball ornaments this year and I really love the look. I also added some tinsel picks, large paper stars, and ribbon. I do think I need some more colorful ornaments for this tree though, so I hope to find some on sale after Christmas. 😉
I added the other flocked tree in between the kitchen and dining area. This one if so affordable! It’s a 6-foot (unlit) tree. I paired it with a couple of smaller flocked trees as well. They’re all in crocks…which I absolutely love. The 6ft tree is only adorned with white lights.
So there’s where I placed my old 9ft tree! I had to add a bunch of white lights because, like I said, none of them work. I think it looks amazing on our back deck. It’s really a nice statement from the road. I love having a tree on the deck. I did add some large ornaments, but I actually think it looks best with no ornaments at all.
I was so excited to decorate the theater room this year for Christmas. Last year, we finished it right before Christmas, so I didn’t get to spend that much time on it. This year, I added 2 pencil trees. Both with only white lights. I placed them both in baskets. I also put them on a smart plug which is a total game changer.
Ever since my son was 4 years old, he has had a tree in his room. I remember he asked me if he could have one in there and now it’s just tradition. He has a 7 ft slim pencil tree in his room. None of the lights work, but I added large white lights with mini white lights. He decorates it himself and I always love to see how much time he’ll spend on it. 💗
The smallest of these trees, but still beautiful. I use a rose gold tinsel tree in the guest room. This room is not very big and it’s usually full of a bunch of junk. So, a smaller tree just makes sense. It has white lights and I placed it in a black urn.
Last, but not least, the master bedroom tree. I have used a white tree and flocked trees in our bedroom in the past. But this year, I went with a sparse 6ft tree. I placed it in an antique washing basin. I added simple ornaments in pink, cream, and copper tones. Then I added pink satin ribbons and a simple star on top. I really love how it looks. And I love a tree in the bedroom.
I just described all our “main trees”, but I still have more trees about. 😉 I have a mini tree on the kitchen island. We have a mini tree in the pantry in an antique crock. I have a mini tree in the mudroom in a basket. The guest bathroom has a mini tree on the counter. I have some very small trees in the laundry room as well. I think the only room that doesn’t have a tree, is our master bathroom. I also added a pencil tree at the base of the stairs, just right outside of the theater room.
I hope you have enjoyed this Christmas Tree tour. You don’t have to use grand trees; mini and smaller trees provide quite the impact as well. I do recommend keeping them cohesive, like use all white lights or multi-colored lights. But it could also be cute if one tree had the multi-colored lights and all the rest had white. Decorate with as many or as few trees as you’d like and decorate them who you like. It’s your home. 😁 Until next time Treasure Hunters!