To help us celebrate our 40th season, 12 of Tree Classics’ friends and our own ambassador, Rhoda, have all pitched in to decorate a Tree Classics tree or wreath and garland set of their choice and they’ve all shared what they’ve come up with. From our first glimpse of Jenna’s Colorado Blue Spruce Snap Tree™ to Rhoda’s big White Alpine tree reveal, each piece made us all want to rush home and decorate our own homes!
As the Tree Classics’ 40th Year Holiday Housewalk comes to a close, we’d like to thank all of our featured bloggers for helping us kick off the decorating season with a bang. We wish you all the best in completing your motif throughout your homes, and we’re excited to see what comes next from you. The holidays, after all, have only just begun.
Julie Montgomery is an Atlanta-based Interior Designer, entrepreneur, and creator of the Simply Savvy Blog. Since 2010, she has helped busy professionals and families realize the homes that fit their lifestyle and personality. Julie believes in the power of space to influence our creativity. According to her, your surroundings bring everything to life. Continue reading
The creative mind behind Duke Manor Farm, Laura describes herself as a country-loving gal who lives on a farm. Hailing from North East Georgia, Laura and her husband are now raising a wonderful family in a house they stumbled upon mostly by accident! Now the center of her decorating and DIY projects, they’ve managed to transform that property a beautiful home. Continue reading
A mother and daughter team from Atlanta, GA, Vicki and Jen share their love for interior design and DIY on their blog 2 Bees in a Pod. Vicki’s decorating style is Vintage Traditional, while Jen has more eclectic tastes than her mother. Together, they combine their design aesthetics to transform furniture, re-design parts of their homes, recipes, and lives. Continue reading
Count down the days ‘til Christmas with 12 days of prizes from Tree Classics!
Celebrate the season of giving as Tree Classics makes the 12 days of Christmas extra special with a collection of amazing decor pieces, including ornament sets, wreaths, and garlands. You can also get a chance to win the grand prize: a stunning 7-foot Hyde Park Pine Snap Tree pre-lit with Clear Lights. Continue reading
Residing in the picturesque countryside of North Georgia, Sarah aims to experience the best of both worlds by infusing her rustic surroundings with a hip urban vibe via a mix of modern and mid-century finds. She has acquired a sizeable collection through years of scouring thrift stores. Being a modern country girl, Sarah’s passions range from enjoying a bottle of wine to kayaking on the lake. One of the things she is most passionate about, however, is blogging. Continue reading
A resident of the Atlanta suburban community, Erin is a proud Southern transplant hailing from Indiana. Her natural love for writing lead her to complete a degree in Telecommunications and Journalism. Having served as the leader of the DIY Committee for Dwell with Dignity’s first Atlanta home installation, Erin is also the founder of the Atlanta Home & DIY Bloggers group. Erin is more than happy to share her love for writing, home decorating, and DIY on her blog, DIY on the Cheap. Continue reading
An Atlanta girl with an affinity for DIY projects, crafts, travel, and home décor, Heather is the woman behind home and lifestyle blog, Southern State of Mind. From sprucing up her bedroom as a kid to collecting clippings of her favorite room design, she has always loved improving her surroundings. A quick peek at her blog will tell you that Heather has a fondness for all things navy blue, beach-related, and entertaining. Continue reading
Blogging passionately for over 5 years, Kellie is a mother as well as a crafter who loves to make memories, and push DIY projects to their creative limits. She’s also a big foodie, offering up a slew of recipes that look as ravishing as they are delicious.
Currently residing in South Carolina, Sheila hasn’t given up on her dream of a mountain home on some acreage with a creek and waterfall because she knows that this won’t be their last move. Moving from one house to another has provided her wonderful opportunities for home decorating—and some of the amazing content for her blog.