Tree Classics celebrates the coming of fall with A Toast to Autumn, featuring charming and elegant tablescapes created by our talented blogger partners. We bring this week’s fall blog hop to a close with our very own Jennifer Lutz and her rustic, mix-and-match fall tablescape. Read on and stay tuned ’til the end of this post for a special surprise you wouldn’t want to miss!
Join us as we raise our glasses and welcome the change in seasons! To celebrate the coming of fall, we invited some of the best and most creative minds to join this year’s A Toast to Autumn. Our blogger friends will showcase their unique fall tablescapes featuring Tree Classics’ versatile artificial wreaths and garlands. Continue reading “A Toast to Autumn: The Tree Classics Fall Blog Hop” →
One of my favorite fall projects is warming up the house with fall accents. I’m also always on the lookout for low-risk, high-reward DIY projects—think affordable, reusable, and not crazy labor intensive.
Also, if you’ve spent any time around this blog, you know that entertaining is high on my list. I love hosting friends and family, so naturally my September DIY projects incorporate my entertaining bug. Continue reading “DIY Home Decor for Fall By Jen Lutz” →
Advent calendars are a fun way to stay excited and engaged as Christmas time approaches. Christmas advent calendars come in many different forms, offering several unique ways to count down the days until Santa Claus arrives. In this post, Tree Classics gives you different ideas so you can select the type that best fits with your home décor, budget, and desired feel. From religious to do-it-yourself varieties, we’ve got plenty of options to get your mind churning as you prepare for the holidays. Continue reading “5 Themed Advent Calendars for This Holiday Season” →
Summer vacation is quickly winding down which is definitely bittersweet for our family. Living in a cold weather climate, we maximize our sunny, warm Michigan summer days to the fullest. Luckily, fall is also one of my favorite seasons. Changing trees, cooler air, a fall bounty of produce—truly much to enjoy!
As I’ve been thinking about and collecting a few ideas for decorating this fall, one idea that I keep hitting upon is bringing the outdoors in, especially as we transition from the warm summer months to the cooler, crisp days of autumn. I want to capture my favorite elements of nature and bring them indoors. Think greens, wreaths, and warm-hued autumn florals. I’m loving the beautiful faux foliage on the market right now. Some of my favorite places for inspiration are Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, Home Goods, Pottery Barn, and Terrain. Continue reading “Transitioning to Fall” →