Our main tree this year is a beautiful nature inspired Christmas Tree. It has wood tones, glitter cover pinecones and sparkly birds nest.
The tree is inspired with things found in nature such as mushrooms, pinecones, eggs tucked in nests and vines tucked in among the tree branches.
Christmas tree tour 2022
Today, I am joining 8 wonderful blogging friends to share with you our Christmas Tree Tour 2022.
A special thank you to our hostess and my sweet friend, Wendy with WM Design House for organizing this amazing blog hop. I adore Wendy’s style. She has created the most unique and stunning Christmas trees throughout her home. You will enjoy seeing her tour!
If you are coming over from friend Crystal with Sweet Valley areas welcome! Isn’t Crystal’s home is beautifully decorated for the holidays? Her Christmas tree is a stunner. And, she has the most beautiful greenhouse!
For those of you that are new, I am Tammy. Welcome to my home called White Lilac Farmhouse. You will see that my style is a blend of old items with new. I live in the beautiful state of Maryland close to the water with my wonderful husband Jim and our two French Bulldogs, Piper and Chibi. You will often see them in my photos.
Decorating A tree Inspired By Nature
This year’s the main tree has lots of ornaments in tones of bluish greens, green, creams, warm wood tones with some silver and bronze.
With a puppy in the house, most of the gifts are under the second tree in the dining room. She seems to like to mess with this tree and pull the ribbons off it.
Lots of warm wood tones in ornaments. I found these ornaments with phrases at a local shop. Woodland mushrooms adds a touch of glitter and bring the green from nature into the tree.
If you need your tree to look fuller, try tucking springs of faux greenery. I have used a dozen frosted eucalyptus sprigs into the tree.
I found these gorgeous bronzed nests with glitter Robin’s eggs from a local Cracker Barrel. The colors are beautiful and matched these glass ornaments.
The wicker bells were from a garland. I cut them apart and hung them into the branches.
For more texture, I added more faux greens with cascading pinecone and pine branches. Ribbons in several colors are simply knot tied and tucked into the Christmas tree. A different look from traditional bows.
The fun pom-pom snowflake tree topper is from Anthropology.
I love this crate used to hold the tree. It’s was found online about 8 years ago and a favorite on mine.
Beautiful pinecones in bronze brings more of a touch of nature. These beautiful gold flat Nativity ornaments are perfect with the green ornaments on the flocked tree.
Piper looks festive in her red sweater.
Love to keep it simple sometimes by using a box with a beautiful bow and a gift tag. Need to wrap quickly? Use gift bags!
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Next, stop over to Diane at South House Designs. Diane makes the most beautiful tree skirts and stockings.
CHRISTMAS TREE TOUR 2022
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