83,062 Holiday tree Home Design Photos

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Holiday Decor
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unique idea for a xmas tree
items in unexpected ways. This holiday tree made of straw hats is a great example. I love how this clever display can be dressed down (as with the straw hats in this photo) or dressed up (by using top hats, bowlers or other fancy hats).
This is just delightful. The tree shape created from hats of different
textures is such a creative way to do a tree without doing a tree. And the two little evergreens perfectly complement the design, while subversively nodding to tradition. However you celebrate, my family wishes you a very merry Christmas and a happy, happy holiday season.More: 11 New Uses for Old-School
traditional Christmas tree. Antiques such as the typewriter, metal drawers, cameras and baskets nod to the rich history of the season. I normally have these hats on display but was prompted to add the red star for Christmas after a friend told me their collective shape reminded her of a tree. One of the hats
“Antique hat collage” — Molly Watson
Mary Prince
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Christmas Holiday Decor
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For Christmas (or any other holiday).
love the xmas deco do this to my tree
Christmas Holiday Decor with a silver
Like the porch Xmas tree. Fasten balls to netting strips and wrap around tree
outdoor christmas tree
Christmas Holiday Decor
Xmas tree...Christmas trees...holiday tree...tree decor...tall tree...Holiday Topiary...Tree idea!...spiral outdoor tree...around the tree!
“glass transom design” — shadejames
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Christmas Lights Tree House
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Dallas, TX: Christmas Lights Tree House
Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2013 Houzz Design: James Curvan Read the Houzz article about this kids' tree house: http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/20845319/list/A-Magical-Tree-House-Lights-Up-for-Christmas
You know if we are there for Christmas I am decorating the tree house right? /yes LN
picture number 4 of the tree house
The most amazing tree house I've seen
This tree house would be so perfect for my little grand daughter and I love this tree house it is so beautiful with all the lights and
says that when the party begins, “the kids come through the main house, grab a snack and immediately head out to the tree.”Watch the videoMore: See other photos of this magical holiday tree houseSee this playhouse without lights
“tree house from Houzz” — karenkubat
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Dawn Hearn Interior Design
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Georgetown Traditional Dining Room Christmas
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This formal Dining Room features a christmas tree and table centerpiece. ...
The look of the tree topper its looks modern
Great Holiday tree topper
christmas tree topper
INTERESTING TOP OF CHRISTMAS TREE
Tree top...Tree topper...Christmas tree top...Christmas tree...holiday decor...holiday decorating...tree topper
“Pretty” — abbycoco
Regina Gust Designs
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Christmas Interior
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Custom Holiday Decor by Regina Gust Designs Photographed by Julie Soefer
gold, rust and bronze color scheme for xmas tree
Beautiful tree unusual shapes and textures in the decorations
Love the colors and ribbons used in tree, feathers are a plus
I love the floral and formal Christmas tree in the bay window.
“Xmas” — nadinemaillet
Balsam Hill
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Balsam Hill: 12 Bloggers of Christmas
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Vanessa Hunt of At the Picket Fence's Balsam Hill Christmas tree
Vanessa Hunt of At the Picket Fence's Balsam Hill Christmas Tree Adding monograms to your holiday tree is always a great way to make it stand out. That is what Vanessa did with her Balsam Hill Greenwich Estates Pine Christmas tree. She was able to prominently display
Aside from the monograms, Vanessa adorned her holiday tree with a burlap garland and paper snowflakes that soften the features of this rustic yuletide set up. ... Celebrate the spirit of the season by sharing with us your own unique Christmas tree decorating ideas.
“maybe use red burlap ribbon” — ralphandangela010293
Fiorito Interior Design
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Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
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Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
event, Homes For The Holidays in Saratoga, California, and was given the challenge of creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent
vast plains.On the tree you see traditional beaded gourds from Kenya, which can also be used as percussion instruments. Carved wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are
over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The
“I like the gift wrap” — hhallbey
Fiorito Interior Design
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Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
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Summit League Homes For The Holidays, Saratoga, CA
event, Homes For The Holidays in Saratoga, California, and was given the challenge of creating an African-themed holiday tree. The open grasslands known as “savanna” and the indigenous cultures of Africa served as inspiration for this stylized tree. Soft yellow lights give the tree a warm glow reminiscent
vast plains.On the tree you see traditional beaded gourds from Kenya, which can also be used as percussion instruments. Carved wooden African animals mingle together as they do on the veldt. Colorfully beaded leather amulets adorned with cowrie shells from West Africa pepper the tree; cowrie shells are
over four thousand years ago. A carved wooden figure of Akuaba from Ghana tops the tree. This style of Akuaba originates from the Ashanti people and is used as both a fertility symbol and general good luck. The tree skirt is genuine hand-woven and hand-dyed mud cloth, or "bogolanfini," from Mali. The
“Africa” — wildcatfever
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