These are pictures one of my girlfriends sent to me after visiting a friend. My friend said I just had to see it. What I noticed is the quantity of stuff, like that very technical term? All the layers of ornaments, ribbon, pics, garland, metallic, glitter, different sizes - that's what makes this tree and centerpiece so yummy! Here are a few other things I noticed that I think really make a difference:
- Do you see how she's used her current color scheme as her Christmas color scheme? Look at the back of her shelves painted green and her red toile drapes. When you use your homes current color scheme, everything turns festive. Love it!
- Do you see the giant ornaments just tucked into the tree? Having variety in the sizes of ornaments helps each piece standout more. If they were all the same size, it would all run together. This is a feast for the eyes!
- The pics. The pics. Do you see where they extend beyond the branches of the tree? She used leaves, greenery (not even glittery greenery - it's nice to mix it up), berries, and bling. This will extend the size of your tree, and also, bonus points, thicken up your skinny minny tree that you got on sale at Garden Ridge. Like me.
While I'm at it, we offer seasonal decorating - trees, banisters, mantles, and centerpieces. If you're interested in setting up an appointment, give me a shout at email@example.com for more information or click over here to my services page for a quick overview.
Oops, forgot to link to a post on my tree....here's the link to see my tree!