At Tree Classics, we believe that two heads are better than one, and so we are more than happy to welcome our second brand ambassador, Jennifer Lutz!
A design and decorating enthusiast, Jen has over a decade of experience staging professional home décor photo shoots and designing homes for special events, such as holiday gatherings and family celebrations. She collaborates with clients and other design professionals to transform ordinary rooms into stunning spaces.
Jen is considered a “shortcut guru,” being a mother of four lively children who always aims to make each holiday—Christmas in particular—a special, memory-filled event. She does this while staying within a budget and balancing a full life.
How does she do it? With creative, affordable, quick-and-easy projects for the holidays and the home.
Lighting is one of the most important elements when it comes to tree decor. Whether you choose Christmas tree lights that mimic the warm glow of candlelight or ones that twinkle in multicolor, your tree lights can set the tone for the entire room. Developments in lighting technology have provided more options to play choose from, but this also requires you to put more thought into finding the right Christmas tree lights for you.
Although the availability of pre-lit trees has made it a snap to set up an artificial Christmas tree, there’s still a multitude of great reasons why you might want to string up the lights yourself. Whether you have a unique string of lights you want to use or you want a specific look for your tree, an unlit tree provides more decorating opportunities and lighting options.
While the glitter of new ornaments and holiday decorations can add cheer to your home, there’s a certain charm that can be found in creating recycled Christmas decorations out of everyday items. Making ornaments through recycling can be a fun activity for the family, and can also help you transform your home’s clutter into decorative pieces with a personal touch.
In 2014, Tree Classics searched all over Pinterest to find 100 creative and unique ideas on recycling your old décor. This year, we present an updated list of recycling ideas from Pinterest so you can plan ahead, and even start decorating your home for Christmas in July using recycled objects you can find at home.
With spring just weeks away, you might already be thinking: How can I decorate my home so that it matches the bright and sunny outdoors? If you’re on the hunt for that one piece that will help you transition your winter decor into the more vibrant tones of spring., there’s no need to worry. Tree Classics has a beautiful idea for a spring centerpiece using frozen flowers that will wow family and friends.