This year's tree was inspired by the colors in a peacock feather--turquoise and chartruese.
To that mix I added some glittery pinks and lavenders.
|2013 Christmas Tree|
Surprisingly, the angel, copper bottle and shabby oil painting are still on the landing. Last year I used magnolia leaves, but for this year, it's all peacock feathers and glass garlands.
|Santos Angel, Copper Bottle, Peacock Feathers|
Last year our tree was huge. It totally filled the wall space. This year it's much smaller, so I decided to add some holiday decor to the brass wall sconce. I also tucked some peacock feathers into the tree.
|Brass Wall Sconce on Striped Foyer Wall|
One of my favorite frenchy leopard-covered chairs fit too.
|Leopard-Print Covered Chair|
Love the legs on this chair.
|My Favorite Chair|
I'm still so against garlands on stair railings. Last year I used empty frames.
This year I used peacock feather wreaths.
|Wreaths on Railing|
I had a turquoise fabric remnant and wrapped it around the base.
|Fabric Remnant Tree Skirt|
The ribbon with images of peacock feathers was a great find. I'm liking draping the ribbon vertically rather than wrapping it around. It's easier to do too.
|Peacock Feather Ribbon|
Take a peek at the ornaments.
Many of them, as well as the garlands, were re-used from a previous tree.
The tree sparkles, reflected in my sunburst mirror.
|Tree and MCM Mirror|
Do you have your tree up yet? Do you do a themed tree or just a collection of favorite ornaments?
To see last year's tree go here.