when we are beautiful house There’s a mindset that you should be changing your decor throughout the year, and there’s no bigger season than the holidays, when furniture might rearrange so that an evergreen tree becomes the focal point of your home. Looking for inspiration for your tree? We asked some designer friends to share their looks this season. Click for tons of Christmas cheer.
While he’s beloved on Instagram for his neutral colorway, artist and designer Josh Young added a touch of classic Christmas red to this ornament-covered tree.
Despite living in Texas, Flanigan is clearly dreaming of a white Christmas with this frosted beauty.
What’s better than a Christmas tree? Two, as Pickering shows wrapped in his perfect ribbon, it’s next to the console.
Gold and white make up an elegant tree that just happens to complement his interior. Always an important consideration!
Designer Linda Holt’s tree is full of nostalgia: each ornament was either a gift from a friend, collected on a trip, or made by her children.
The base of this tree by Clement of Lauren Nicole Designs is a wooden planter whose decorations include a frame to display family memories.
Dallas design destination Blue Print decorated a holiday tree with ornaments that complement the store’s powder-blue doors.
Although he just moved in (note the paint swatches on that wall!) Dorothy Draper & Company designer Saunders wasted no time setting up his Christmas tree, which shows his obsession with needles. Page to all millennials!
No accessories? Tie a few ribbons, like design photographer Alyssa Rosenheck did on her first Christmas tree.
As Radovich attests, raw red brick is the perfect backdrop for an entire tree covered in various ornaments. I think her puppy would agree!
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