443 flocked Christmas tree Eclectic Home Design Photos

Christie Thomas
A Lakeside Porch
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Christmas tree on porch by swing
Christmas porch decor
Little trees. Next to bench
CUTE Christmas porch!
Lit Christmas trees and pillow
Christmas pillows on porch!
tree with fabric star
“Seat cushion” — rosemaryharris
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: Christmas Lights Tree House
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Dallas, TX: Christmas Lights Tree House
CurvanPhoto: 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
This fake miniature Christmas tree was purchased 10 years ago specifically for the tree house. The little quilted tree skirt was made by Jeri’s daughter-in-law.
“great use of attic space, ladder, old furniture, faux fireplace, kids sized furniture” — Amy Lyttle
Martha Layton Smith
Chromatic Christmas
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artificial Christmas tree by layering vintage shiny brite ornaments in a palette of color. After completing the tree, I painted 3 whimsical trees to accompany the Art box inspired tree. My mothers vintage wooden art box decked out in the center of the room with colorful modern Christmas tree balls bursting
bursting forth. I added artful touches throughout the room for a fresh take on Christmas decor.
Chirstmas tree featured on etsy as the " Christmas " card
I don't believe there is any law on Christmas decorations. I love this, it's in my Christmas idea book. I already have a tree for each room, but I really want this too! Just ignore bad comments. : ) Merry Christmas! Have a great day! Would also look good with variations of the same color. Maybe from
“Colors on tree” — Niki Brower
Kathy Morgan
Richmond Symphony House 2010
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This rug is Thomas Paul Flock rug in Corn and Cream
our flock rug has never looked better.
JBC Interiors-rug is Thomas Paul Flock in Corn and Cream
So fun and colorful - love it. Since I can't live on a lake right now, or have beautiful mature trees to look at, I should find a painting that features those scenes in a realistic way.
“Poof in middle of room” — jenstar888
Home Star Staging
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My own home Christmas Decor
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Just as a tree should be
rustic Christmas mantel
My own home Christmas Decor
Christmas tree...Christmas tree star...christmas decor
“Tile on fireplace” — ttjcctm
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
he main floor of the tree house has two child-size doorways, a kitchen, a dining room and a window seat. According to Jeri, the Tree house - interior is fairly maintenance free. “It is airtight and beautifully crafted,” she says
The main floor of the tree house has two child-size doorways, a kitchen, a dining room and a window seat. According to Jeri, the interior is fairly maintenance free. “It is airtight and beautifully crafted,” she says. “When we have kid birthday parties, we just need to spiff it up a bit.”
“love windows” — jenniruby1987
Jeanette Lunde
My white Scandinavian home. Splash of colors. Old & new. Always in change.
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You can't get more simple than this white-on-white design with Scandinavian modern flair. I love a good decked-out Christmas tree (all white lights of course)
Tree as decoration inside - nordic
have a large planter and tree to the right of
You can't get more simple than this white-on-white design with Scandinavian modern flair. I love a good decked-out Christmas tree (all white lights of course), but I love bare branches with ornaments even more.
“its simple” — Carolyn Thomas
edgewater design llc
Edgewater Design LLC
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Live tree to be planter after Christmas
Don't keep a potted tree indoors for longer than a month. You could awaken the tree out of dormancy with all the sunlight and warmth inside. In early spring, re-pot your tree in a large outdoor container or plant it in the ground. If you pot a pine sapling for Christmas and you plan to plant it in your
Follow the nursery's planting instructions, and water thoroughly. Keep an eye on your tree to be sure it has plenty of water in its first year, as its roots become established.Tell us: Have you planted a living Christmas tree or decorated with cuttings? Post your photo below!
your yard come spring, be sure to keep these tips in mind:Find the right spot for your tree. Your tree will need room to grow.Young tree saplings are fragile. At the nursery, read the tag or ask about the tree's needs for soil, water, drainage and light. To plant, tip the pot upside down and gently pull
“Shingles” — johnflamia
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