871 small artificial christmas trees Home Design Photos

Interiors By Daryce
Oh Christmas Tree
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Small artificial Christmas tree gets dolled up for the kitchen.
Oh Christmas Tree
“Love” — kbethy824
Dawn Hearn Interior Design
26 Reviews
Hill Country Christmas
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A slim tree features warm LED lights, four different ribbons, feathers, icy branches, berries, birds, and the client's ornament collections. Tre Dunham with Fine Focus Photography
Little white flowers on Christmas tree
Like that this tree has green lights
painting, mantle, wood floors, windows, tree
Christmas tree - I'd love to use some of the ribbons on mine next year.
“Stone” — gerrysizzla
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Tobi Fairley Holiday
Ideabooks3,043
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Yellow and gold Christmas tree lemons
pretty chairs and lovely christmas tree
will outlive us all in landfills.• Carbon footprint. Approximately 85 percent of artificial trees are manufactured in China; importing them adds to their carbon footprint.• No fragrance. A huge part of the Christmas tree experience boils down to its smell. Houzz user Cathy, a homeowner in Alberta, Canada
around each artificial branch according to your design and decorating needs.• Convenience. Storing an artificial tree is much easier than disposing of a real tree. Most tree styles also come prelit, a plus for those who are already crunched for time.Artificial Tree Cons:• PVC. Most artificial trees are m
“Chairs” — 1s3g
Seattle Architect & Design Firm
We have the capacity and flexibility to take on both large and small projects and prefer to maintain a variety of project types. We are constantly in search of new design challenges and opportunities.
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Kerrie L. Kelly
45 Reviews
Rustic Luxe Holiday
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Is this a Kwanza tree? A Hannukah tree?
Love these beautiful decorations on the tree where are the from (holiday cord )?
I like the magnolia leaves tucked in the tree. I would love a garland that said something about Christ.
Say, Merry Christmas, Merry Christmas, Merry Christmas
I'd prefer it say "Merry Christmas"
A Pottery Barn banner wraps the tree, breaking up the mass of greenery and echoing the palette used elsewhere in the room. Kelly limited ornaments to silver and gold, and filled out the tree with magnolia leaves, which she brightened with mists of silver spray paint.
“Plain decorations.” — jamescsaxon
bldg.collective
1 Review
Bend Residence
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Charlie Brown Tree - burlap skirt and a couple strands of lights
lit pine tree on the deck
Lighted tree - twiggy branch hung lengthwise over bed on porch and strung with white tree lights. (Paint cords to match ceiling.)
lights on evergreen tree even if not Christmas!
a twinkling Christmas tree on the verandah
always like the Charlie Brown trees, if I buy one
Brown Christmas tree. While you’re picking up your Christmas tree, consider also grabbing the scrawniest tree in the lot — it would look adorable on the front porch with a simple burlap skirt and a strand or two of twinkle lights.
decorated tree near Christmas will strike the right note. That doesn't mean you have to go overboard — in fact, a house overly cluttered with holiday decor can be a real turnoff.More: Houzz guides to Christmas decorating
“House” — amrnajar
Julie Ranee Photography
Holiday Decor
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Hats as Christmas tree. Man cave
clever way to beat dry needle issues - not just an artificial tree
unique idea for a xmas tree
christmas ideas for a cabin wall
Christmas tree on the left!!! Like my Costco trio!
Fun faux Christmas tree-- could also use photos, hand mirrors
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
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 Christmas Ornaments
“Substitute sombreros.” — clarktaylor
Dawn Hearn Interior Design
26 Reviews
Traditional Front Porch Christmas
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flipping one switch I can turn on all the Christmas candles! Also, we have a wrap around porch and he installed outlets at the corners on each side of the house so we can plug in the icicle lights without extension cords!
where did you purchase the 2 lighted trees?
EnvironmentalLights.com sells pre-lit greenery with high quality LED warm white Christmas lights. We used the popular mini-conical bulbs for this greenery because they're so popular and really shine. http://www.environmentallights.com
aspx We also sell LED light strings year-round if you want to design your own greenery. http://www.environmentallights.com/Soft-Warm-White-LED-Christmas-Lights_C406.aspx
The garland is from Frontgate and is artificial. We made the bows to coordinate with the clients other exterior bows.
“garlin” — Marty Husband Henke
dianne
Dianne Muyskens
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Hello! I love the trees, what are they? Do you know of a similiar tree that would do well in Central Florida? Thanks, Noel
what kind are those tree.
Do you think it would be more cost effective to create artificial hedges?
Here in California we have been experiencing some extreme droughts and I was wondering if I decide to go with some artificial hedges if it would still look this amazing, because I think it would be really
what are the names of the trees both flowering and background? Hedges?
Are those cherry trees durning blossom time??
this is a bogus question by an artificial plant company = GROSS...
Are you kidding me...are you really serious with "artificial"? You need to run, don't walk, to the nearest nursery and get some advice on plants that will live with little water. Please not artificial.
“Make a Boxwood hedge maze in the backyard” — flannie2
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