Saturday, December 5, 2020

MY CHINOISERIE HOLIDAY TREE

A few years ago I used my Mom's vintage feather tree with some Kate Spade-inspired ornaments.  I prefer using a white tree.  I think the ornaments show up so much better.  I'll link at the end of this post to the Kate Spade Christmas tree if you'd like to see it.  

This year I  decided to use the white feather tree again.  I swapped the classic Kate black and white for some blue and white Chinoiserie ornaments.  I mixed the blue and white ginger jar ornaments with some white pagodas with green ribbon.  I used my favorite rhinestone garlands too.  I wrapped the pillow on my settee with a rhinestone table runner to add some more sparkle.

MY CHINOISERIE FEATHER TREE IN MY FOYER

  I tucked the tree into a corner in my foyer.

MY HOLIDAY TREE TUCKED IN TO THE CORNER

If you follow my blog, you'll recognize the garden seat from my front porch.  It gives the tree some height and coordinates perfectly with the ginger jars and pagodas.

MY GARDEN SEAT TREE STAND

Notice the reflection in my favorite mirror.



MY FAVORITE MIRROR

TREE REFLECTION

Pagoda and ginger jar ornaments.

PAGODA AND GINGER JAR ORNAMENTS

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A pagoda and a rhinestone garland  are propped inside my sunburst empty frame.

PAGODA AND GARLAND ON MY SUNBURST FRAME


I added a preserved boxwood wreath to the brass wall sconce on my stair landing.  I used the same green satin ribbon that I used on the pagodas on the wreath.

BOXWOOD WREATH ON MY BRASS WALL SCONCE

View from the front door.

DEMIJOHN AND WREATH ON THE LANDING

My demijohns always wear jewelry.

MY ALWAYS BEJEWELED DEMIJOHN

What is your favorite holiday tree?  Faux or Live?  Natural or Color?

Here's the link to my Kate Spade inspired holiday tree.

Just click on the image or on the highlighted words to be directed to the full post.

MY KATE SPADE INSPIRED CHRISTMAS TREE

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4 comments:

  1. Lovely. I need that rhinestone garland. Merry! Merry!

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    1. Thanks Ron. That's my favorite garland. I use it almost every year. Happy Holidays. It's always good to hear from you.

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