Nothing cozier than decorating the bedroom for Christmas. Here, a Christmas tree in front of the window, wreath over the bed, and lighted pine garland draped over the headboard are all this room needs to bring in the warmth of the holiday season.
A gorgeous Christmas mantle decorated with a faux white pine garland lit with clear lights and dressed up with deep green glass ornament balls. A large collection of ornament Christmas trees sits atop the mantle, spanning from side to side. The lighting on the garland bathes the trees in a beautiful warm golden glow that also lights the wall around it. Stunning, and very inviting.
Wow, Wow, WOW!!! Stunning pastel pink Christmas lights decorate a snowy yard full of trees, creating a breathtaking display! Where on EARTH did they find pastel pink Christmas lights is what I want to know! I have a thing for pink, and have been searching for lights like these half my adult life! If anyone knows where to find, please leave a comment!
This is sure to be a show stopper. Passersby undoubtedly stop a stare. It is just so darn PRETTY! The pink glow of the lights against the snow is nothing short of magical. I want these lights!!!!
A stunning idea for a Christmas tree alternative: Spray pain tall branches white, insert into a urn or large flower pot (In this case also white) filled with sand. Cover the sand with florist’s moss (available in craft stores) and then hang an abundance of beautiful glass Christmas ornaments from the branches.
In the photo featured here, a monochromatic look was created for this display (to complement the color scheme in the rest of the room), by matching the white branches to the white pot, and staying away from colors for the ornaments in favor of silver and antique gold.
A Christmas tree alternative like this is a fabulous option if you are opting for Christmas trees in multiple rooms of your home and you want to try something a little different from the ordinary in one of the rooms. But, of course, there’s nothing to say that you can’t go this route if its the only Christmas tree in the house – why not dare to be a different this year and show your guests that you’re a style leader.