O Christmas Tree~ Your Designer, Luscious, Unique, Vintage, Fun, Funky, Classic And Bare Branches Delight Us!

Exceptional ideas and  inspiration are wonderful by-products of holiday decorating.  These unique interpretations of the season speak magnificently for themselves, and hopefully offer unique and inspiring Christmas tree decoration ideas.

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On the first day of Christmas…  Ornaments inspired by nature adorn the branches of a pear tree uniquely positioned in this formal living room.

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All wrapped up in gray silk and delicate delight.

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Polished Polish perfection in glimmering shades of gold.

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Channeling Charlie Brown, your grown-up Christmas tree is beautifully displayed in Traditional Home.

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Christian Dior creative director John Galliano creates Christmas wonder at Claridge’s.

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 All I want for Christmas is a pop of color.

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Vintage collections upon the tree and shelves~

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Cookies, ribbon candy, and gumdrops along with strings of popcorn and cranberries evoke memories of Christmas past.

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Bay leaves edged with gold cast a pristine presence and natural beauty.

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Pencil trees in pairs and pattern.

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There is something so festive about monkeying around in a pink room.

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Laissez les bons temps rouler!

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A glowing review for this circa 1946 photograph of Charles Eames, designer extraordinaire, with a Christmas tree made of molded plywood chair legs.

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All that glitters is gorgeous, grapevine, and gold gilt.

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 Festively flocked and perfectly perched.

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All the colors of the festive foyer accessories are represented in this tabletop Christmas tree. When less is so much more~

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Traditional regal red and gorgeous gold .

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Pages as leaves, words as inspiration, simplicity as beauty.

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Fresh greens, candlelight, and a skirt of apples eloquently convey the message step into Christmas!

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