Nautical themes are perfect for any time of the year! Bring a bit of beach flair to your Christmas decor with the Ballard Designs Oyster Shell Topiary. This trio of trees is simple, yet shiny and is sure to receive lots of attention on your mantle.
Earlier this month, I fell head over heels for a gorgeous display at the DAR Holiday Party. I kept wondering how the gorgeous fruit topiary was created and tried to wrap my brain around a DIY that was ecologically friendly, allowing people to enjoy fruit from the display. Luckily I found the perfect solution with the Williamsburg Stackable Iron Apple Cone Forms. Simply place and arrange fruit in the forms for a Colonial centerpiece.
Retro or Modern? These Feather Topiaries are so fabulous and eclectic! But I can't decide if they're a retro 60s inspiration or a modern take on the tree. In either case, I love the light and airy look of these trees.
Of course, I have to include a little pink and green in my Christmas decorating scheme. The set of Bordeaux Red and Green Cone Christmas Trees from Horchow is a pretty, traditional way to incorporate color into your decorating. Although they are technically red, the red looks like a pretty pink to me. What do you think?
Do you have trees in different rooms in your house? What is your favorite holiday decor?
Oyster Shell Topiary, Iron Apple Cone Forms, Feather Trees, Pink and Green Trees