I have twin four year old cuties that run around our home all day and literally will take down anything in their path. So having a big pretty decorated tree in our actual daily living areas is likely a disaster waiting to happen. Instead, I opted to place our tree this year in our formal dining room, in a cozy corner between a reading nook and behind the actual table (hopefully keeping the tree out of harms way).
This year, it's all about blending metallics amidst a white tree and adding in a tiny dollop of blush pink. A crisp white Christmas tree is so versatile and any color or theme can fit in easily. Also, I usually do flocked, and thankfully this tree still has the white appeal of flocked but without needing to take out the vacuum every few days to clear up any fallen flocking.
I added ornaments in various sizes in rose gold, gold, silver, white and blush pink. Pretty pearl ornaments from Brylane Home add a lady like and elegant feel. Mercury glass ornaments create a subtle antique vibe. A white faux fur ribbon and white fake snow were then placed as fillers. A rose gold lace bow on top ties the tree together. I'm so happy with how it turned out so far. Not too many ornaments are needed as the branches are so beautiful on their own.
Placing the tree next to the leaning mirror allows the lights to reflect creating an elegant and enchanting atmosphere.
There is ONE blue ornament on the tree:) Compliments of my daughter Layla.
Tablescape set up for a lovely dinner with family and friends, with this pretty white and rose gold tree glimmering in the background.