It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And it’s even more exciting when I have new products to share. Tree Classics has added a number of holiday decorations to their collection, and below are a few highlights I’ve included in my home.
Christmas Morning Frost Wreath & Garland
What can I say, I’m definitely on the flocked greens train. There’s something festive about bringing a wintry landscape indoors. And what I like about this wreath and garland set is that it blends traditional silver ornaments with the warmth of pinecones, berries, and twigs. My plan is to use this in my family room and pair it with my flocked tree.
Red Berry Picks
I like adding picks to my tree—they give it a bit of dimension and texture. And these particular berries look like they’re sprinkled with frost, which ties in beautifully with the new Morning Frost Wreath and Garland.
Woodland Ornaments Collection
My favorite thing about these woodland-themed ornaments is that they are a mix of classic and whimsical. Think lovely blown glass ornaments with charming accents. The owl with real feathers and the mini acorns are my personal favorites from this collection. It’s all in the details!
Rustic Plaid Faux Fur Tree Skirt
How do I love thee, let me count the ways!!! I mean, who doesn’t love a little faux fur mixed with green, red, and cream plaid? It’s luxe and woodsy all in one.
As you can see from my decorated Flocked Alpine Spruce Christmas tree, I embraced the winterscape theme—snow-covered tree, frosted red berries, and furry friends adorning the branches. But I think each of these pieces are timeless and would look lovely in both a traditional and rustic setting.
Stay tuned as we bring you more decorating ideas throughout the season. And of course, don’t forget to visit Tree Classics to shop holiday accessories, artificial Christmas trees, and more.
*Photos courtesy of Jen Lutz and Rachel Cuthbert Photography
About Jen Lutz
Proud spokesperson for Tree Classics since 2016, Jen is a happily married wife and a mother to 4 adorable kids. She has a passion for helping families create spaces that encourage meaningful conversations and relationships. Visit Jennifer Lutz at Home to know more about Jen and her adventures in holiday decorating.