Hi all, can’t wait to share some of my Christmas trees and holiday décor with you today!  I’ve been a little behind in blogging the past 2 weeks due to the Thanksgiving holiday and then a lovely getaway to Aruba with 2 of my long-time friends from high school, Caren and Holly.  The weather was beautiful there and we had a fun time catching up with each other since they still live in MA and I’m in GA.   As I write today, we’re having a little winter storm here in GA, a few inches of snow have fallen.  It’s very pretty as long as you don’t have to drive in it!

Since it’s early December, I’ve been working like everyone else to put up holiday decorations and I thought I’d share a little Christmas decorating tradition I started several years ago of putting small Christmas trees in every room of my house.   She may not know this, but I actually got the idea years ago from my sister Susan.  I was visiting her home when my nephew Charlie was a baby and she had put a cute little Christmas tree in his bedroom.   She later did the same when she had my niece Audrey.   It inspired me to do the same in my home, and I started collecting trees to add to each room.   I still purchase a real live tree each year that I put in my family room, but I thought I’d share with you today how just a small little decorative tree in each room can be a festive, but inexpensive way to add some Christmas cheer to your home.   You can easily find these small trees in home décor stores such as Homegoods, At Home, Christmas Tree Shop, Kirklands, Target, Pottery Barn, Ballard Designs, etc.

So here’s the tour of my trees room-by-room, I hope you enjoy and are inspired!   Please feel free to leave comments on which one(s) you like best!

Front Entry console cabinet:

Kitchen:

Dining Room:

Front Living Room:

Home Office:

Family Room – this isn’t the live tree, but I bought this a few years ago at Homegoods and I loooovvvee it! – It’s made of wood and I put lights on it.  I actually keep this tree up all year as part of my rustic cozy home décor.

Powder Room – yes, I even put trees in each bathroom …

Master Bedroom:

Master Bathroom:

Guest Room 1 – I’ve actually got 2 in this room! – some of my former co-workers may remember the purple lit-up tree that I “won” in the White Elephant Christmas swap a few years back …

Guest Room 2:

Work-out Room:

Guest Bathroom:

Hope you enjoyed!  I guess I missed one in the laundry room, maybe next year!

I’m glad to help with your holiday décor, it’s not too late!  Contact me if you want to hear more about my services by emailing me at Jeanne@graciouslysimple.com or calling (770) 366-2408.

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12 thoughts on “Christmas Trees by Room

  • December 8, 2017 at 8:50 pm
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    This is a great idea to put a bit of the holiday in every room. Inspires me to start decorating!

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  • December 9, 2017 at 10:09 pm
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    I have a Christmas tree in every room except the kitchen; unless you count a mug. 🙂

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  • December 10, 2017 at 5:46 pm
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    Your home looks lovely….as always!

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  • December 10, 2017 at 9:05 pm
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    Great article on decorating with trees!

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  • December 11, 2017 at 3:26 pm
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    Love the article, Jeanne! And thanks for the mention – so glad I inspired you all those years ago. You’ve got a great collection of trees throughout your beautiful home. My favorite is the dining room one, I think, but they’re all lovely.

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  • December 18, 2017 at 5:29 pm
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    Enjoyed very much: article on putting “Christmas Trees” in every room of the house. Your home looks lovely – every room’s sm. (or bigger) tree is festive. It was hard for me to select the ‘best’….so my choices: 1) Front Living room…tree, aside nice fat white candle, berries, etc. 2) Family room tree…wooden, w/ lights…nice and tall. Thanks for sharing.

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