Are you curious to see how our blogger partners’ homes look like after the yuletide season? We revisit their blogs and discover how they shifted from vibrant holiday decorations to more serene and calmer tones of winter, or to an understated, everyday look for their nests.
One of the best things about owning a fake Christmas tree is the fact that you can use it again for years. But in order for it to remain as beautiful and lush as when you first bought it, you have to take proper care of it especially when you’re about to store it. Here is an easy-to-follow guide on how to clean and store your artificial Christmas tree once your yuletide celebrations have come to an end. Continue reading “How to Clean and Store your Artificial Christmas Tree” →
Wreaths are beautiful decorative pieces to complement your Christmas tree. They’re also a great way to welcome guests into your home with holiday flair, as the Christmas wreath gives your friends and loved ones a sneak peek of what’s to come as they walk in. In this article, we’ll go over different holiday wreath characteristics and ideas you should consider when looking to buy your own wreath. Continue reading “4 Features of the Best Christmas Wreaths” →
Preparing your home for the holidays may seem like a tedious task. Aside from setting up your tree, you also need to think about the rest of the house. Here are some decorating ideas from our blogger friends as they usher in the season with their favorite Tree Classics wreaths and garlands on their porches and mantels. Continue reading “5 Holiday Decorating Ideas for Your Porches and Mantels” →
Reminisce the good old days of children playing in the snow, sipping hot chocolate near the fire, with frosted trees as a breathtaking backdrop. Wouldn’t it be nice to celebrate the beauty of fallen snow within the warmth and comfort of your living room? Take your pick from our white Christmas tree collection and create a lovely, winter wonderland in your holiday home. Continue reading “Wonderfully White: Tree Classics’ Collection of White Christmas Trees” →