Christmas Decorating

Be inspired by these glamorous Christmas tree photos and gather ideas for how to decorate your home and tree luxuriously this year.

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3. Big Isn't Always Better

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Big Isn't Always Better

Sometimes the most fabulous things come in the tiniest packages. Case in point: These miniature tabletop antique trees. They add a festive touch to a table, especially the dinner table (try them as a centerpiece!). These here are complete with their original ball ornaments from the 1940s -- instantly creating a mood of holiday nostalgia. Reproductions are sold at most Christmas shops.


Reprinted with Permission of Hearst Communications, Inc. Originally Published: 25 Ways to Decorate Your Christmas Tree Now

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Comments on "25 Ways to decorate your Christmas tree"

marchelle gwynne October 12, 2013 | 3:56 AM

nice Christmas tree...i love it

Ramona December 09, 2012 | 5:38 PM

The pictures of the whole room were great, but it would have been nice to see close up views of the ornaments and garlands as well.

lisa noone December 08, 2012 | 6:23 AM

I love a white tree....so classy!

reena December 03, 2012 | 11:20 PM

i like this crhistmas tree it looks so nice i might decorate it like that but my family chooses

Vicky Welch November 03, 2012 | 10:37 PM

I want my Christmas tree to be blue, brown and bronze. Is it ok to use white, clear and different shades of blues with this color scheme. My garland is royal blue but I have other blue ornaments. Some are light blue and medium blue. What is your opinion. Im going with a rich look. Thanks for your time.

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