Wednesday, December 22, 2010

O Tannenbaum

   
I can't wait to get home and see the tree that my father has put up.  Until then, I will be drooling over these terrificly decorated tannenbaums!  Happy Holidays!

Martha Stewart

Domino

Virginia MacDonald

Carolyne Roehm

Canadian House & Home

Country Living

Coastal Living

Martha Stewart

unknown

Canadian House & Home

Martha Stewart

Country Home

Country Living

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Country Living

Better Homes & Gardens

Homes & Gardens

Traditional Home

14 comments:

Marianne - Style For Living said...

We'll all be drooling with you! Have a wonderful time at home with your family. I'm sure your dad will put up a spectacular tree!

jones said...

Have a safe and speedy trip home---hope that you are 100% better. Merry Christmas. Mary

Ali Rockwell said...

So gorgeous... Christmas trees are one of my absolute favorite things and these are some amazing ones!!

A Color Specialist in Charlotte said...

Beautiful trees. Since I'm a Color Specialist, my tree has ALL colors on it.

Merry Christmas to you!

kbd said...

I think a major advantage of working at a shelter magazine is to be able to decorate lots of trees in all the themes and ideas you've thought of but not done, because you're limited to only one each year!

Beautiful! Thanks for posting.

GvN said...

That just make me wanna wish you all MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!!

GvN

www.gvn-styleblog.blogspot.com

mdrebenstedt said...

I love all of them but how can I get my hands on that mermaid tree topper?

24 Corners said...

Lovely Christmas trees! Hope your feeling much better and be sure to take pictures of your Dad's special tree.

Merry Christmas...
xo J~

Designing Gal said...

Thank you for posting pictures of such beautiful inspiring trees! Looks like the classic blue, white & silver theme is still in style. Merry Christmas!
Deanna
www.DesigningGal.com

mydesignchic said...

What a beautiful group of trees. That first image is gorgeous!! Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas!!

Style Maniac said...

Wishing you a glittering, glorious holiday filled with love and laughter. Thank you for your beautiful words and images, which brighten my world every day.

the designers muse said...

Thanks for the post. I always think holiday decorations, including Christmas trees, look great if the color palette is limited. Sometimes when there are too many colors decorations can just look noisy.

Happy Holidays

drey said...

Have a wonderfully warm Christmas and may your coming year be filled with colour, laughter and joy :)

honey living said...

beautiful! i especially love all the subdued color palettes.

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