Tradition and modern ingenuity come together with Tree Classics’ Snap Trees. Designed with your decorating needs in mind, these Christmas trees feature our innovative Snap Tree™ technology for hassle-free setup, along with lifelike foliage and convenient lighting options for a classic holiday centerpiece.
In celebration of the most wonderful time of the year, we invited our Brand Ambassadors and 8 incredible bloggers who gave us a glimpse of their Christmas homes and shared their wonderful family traditions. Along with their selected holiday foliage, each participant decorated their homes with family favorites—colorful ornaments, festive lights, glittered pinecones and berries, and Santa stockings, among others. They also described their ideal Christmas—ones filled with classic Christmas carols, great family recipes, gift giving, and quality time spent with their loved ones.
We’d like to express our heartfelt gratitude for their participation, opening up their homes, hearts, and sharing beautiful sentiments.
Haven Conference founder and Tree Classics Brand Ambassador, Rhoda is the driving force behind Southern Hospitality. She loves decorating and DIY projects, and believes that decorating a home doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Having spent years thrifting at antiques markets and yard sales for treasures that make a home unique, she hopes to inspire and encourage other women to find their own inner creativity. Continue reading “Home for the Holidays: Rhoda of Southern Hospitality” →
The creative force behind Eleven Gables, Emily is a stay-at-home mommy to four boys and wife to her best friend. In her blog you can read about the happenings in their home, see a little high-end DIY, and a touch of cooking/baking. She strives to inspire others to decorate their homes in a beautiful, sometimes thrifted, but always stylish way. Continue reading “Home for the Holidays: Emily of Eleven Gables” →
Dave and Heather are the two recovering urbanites behind The Heathered Nest. Dave’s an engineer, and Heather’s a physical therapist, and they have always loved a little R&R—home “rehabilitation” and “renovation”. They’ve devoted much of their seven years of wedded (more or less) bliss to buying and restoring homes which has been exhilarating and completely exhausting, but they wouldn’t have it any other way. They recently relocated with the hopes of recharging their batteries in the “country” outside Washington DC. Continue reading “Home for the Holidays: Heather of The Heathered Nest” →