I thought it would be fun to share the various Christmas trees belonging to the talented people who fill Reclaiming Beautiful with amazing furniture every week of the year, so I asked them to send me photos of their trees.
Let’s start with Susan’s lovely tree.
Isn’t that a beauty!
And here is a great shot of the whole room.
Doesn’t it look like the perfect spot for curling up with some hot cocoa and watching the snow fall?
And here is Monique’s tree.
All of those pretty blues work beautifully with the beachy style of Monique’s home. If you don’t remember it, I shared it (part 1, part 2) back in July 2016. Be sure to check it out by clicking on those links in the parentheses.
Next we have Lisa’s pretty tree.
I love how colorful it is, and all of those lovely vintage glass ornaments.
I shared a tour of Lisa’s house back in April 2015 (part 1, part 2). If you missed it back then, be sure to take look now.
I also shared a tour of Amy’s house last December. Her beautiful home was decorated for Christmas at the time, so I got lots of lovely pictures of her Christmas tree.
Do you see that it is displayed in a dresser drawer? Isn’t that clever?
The old lanterns placed in the tree are pure genius!
If you missed the tour of Amy’s house, you must go back and see it. She has tons of gorgeous vintage Christmas decor throughout her home. The first two parts are on my own blog, and part 3 was here on the Reclaiming blog (part 1, part 2, part 3).
Michele has a lovely traditional tree.
Or at least from a distance it seems traditional, but she definitely has some unique ornaments!
We just toured Michele’s house back in October (part 1, part 2).
Next we have Gretchen’s silver tree that really shows off her style.
She has a mix of gorgeous vintage glass ornaments …
And unique items like old baby shoes.
Gretchen is the jewelry designer at Reclaiming Beautiful and I shared a post about her work back in May (here).
Trina kept her tree low key this year. Just a simple yet sweet display.
I love this manikin that she has also. It’s sort of a tree alternative!
And that brings us to my trees. This year I have an inside tree, and an outside tree. My inside tree holds (just barely) my vintage glass ornament collection.
I’ve been collecting for many years now and each year I add a few more to my hoard.
This was the first year I put up a tree outside. It’s an old, beat up faux tree, so I’m not worried about it getting damaged (if you want to copy this idea, you might be able to find an inexpensive fake tree at your local thrift store).
I didn’t spend any money to decorate this tree, I just gathered dried flowers and other items from the garden.
And once the snow fell, well … all of those details got a little lost.
But it’s still pretty, and I think what I enjoy the most is seeing it lit up just outside my picture window each night.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this glimpse inside (and in my case, outside) the homes of the Reclaiming Beautiful team!
From all of us here at Reclaiming Beautiful, we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!