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.
On the first day of Christmas… Ornaments inspired by nature adorn the branches of a pear tree uniquely positioned in this formal living room.
All wrapped up in gray silk and delicate delight.
Polished Polish perfection in glimmering shades of gold.
Channeling Charlie Brown, your grown-up Christmas tree is beautifully displayed in Traditional Home.
Christian Dior creative director John Galliano creates Christmas wonder at Claridge’s.
All I want for Christmas is a pop of color.
Vintage collections upon the tree and shelves~
Cookies, ribbon candy, and gumdrops along with strings of popcorn and cranberries evoke memories of Christmas past.
Bay leaves edged with gold cast a pristine presence and natural beauty.
Pencil trees in pairs and pattern.
There is something so festive about monkeying around in a pink room.
Silver ornaments are hung by the ceiling fan with care as live trees planted in decorative urns emphasize their decorative flair.
A glowing review for this circa 1946 photograph of Charles Eames, designer extraordinaire, with a Christmas tree made of molded plywood chair legs.
All that glitters is gorgeous, grapevine, and gold gilt.
Festively flocked and perfectly perched.
All the colors of the festive foyer accessories are represented in this tabletop Christmas tree. When less is so much more~
Traditional regal red and gorgeous gold .
Pages as leaves, words as inspiration, simplicity as beauty.
Fresh greens, candlelight, and a skirt of apples eloquently convey the message step into Christmas!