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Oh Christmas Tree!


The tree is up.  The lights are on.  The Disco Ball is hung with care!! While there is no red & green in sight this year, I am fully embracing this Pink & Coral Christmas Combo.  I mentioned in my earlier post that I opted to forego tradition this year & embrace the colors from our Cozamia prints.  So happy with that choice.  These colors have added a fresh twist on our decorations.

My favorite addition is our Disco Ball Tree Topper.  We used a small teacup hook in our ceiling to hang the ball & bows.  My favorite part (besides the fact that it's a Disco Ball) is that it takes the tree all the way up to the ceiling.  Making the room appear taller.  While I went uber traditional last year with my bow style, I decided to go for a more relaxed & simple bow this year.


Our Urn Base has been another great addition to the tree this year.  I also added in a little fur in lieu of the classic treeskirt.


I made the choice to keep all the ornaments on the tree white, clear or silver & added pops of colored ornaments throughout the rest of the room.  This way the color scheme was balanced.  Filling these cloches with ornaments instantly adds a touch of glamour.


No one is safe when it comes to decorating (you met Moe right?!?) So I added a simple ribbon & clustered some ornaments around our $14 lamp.  I am still waiting for someone to come back & say they made a mistake.


Yes we have a fake tree.  Yes we have fake wreaths...  But I do like to bring in some real branches as decoration to help bring that smell into the home.  


A few more Disco Balls surround the house, but I am still hoping that a big one shows up under the tree.  You can see a glimpse of our Cozamia Print & how the decorations enhance the colors used.


I have never been a wreath person... but I am so glad that I brought all the wreaths into the house this year.  When it's dark out & all the overhead lights are off, the glow of the Christmas lights throughout the room just makes the space feel magical.  And our Chevron Drapes make a pretty amazing backdrop.


After all the decorating, a few new additions & all the bright colors I must admit THE BEST new addition was the Remote Control for every single twinkle light in out house.  If you son't change your decorations this year... get the remote!

What new color combos are you using this year?!?

xo-









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29 comments:

  1. Love your Christmas decor! Everything is so perfect!

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  2. Great job everything looks fantastic. Happy Holidays.

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  3. In love with all of your Holiday decor! Great job!

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  4. So beautiful! Love everything that you put together. I went pretty traditional this year with red, green and gold ornaments. However, I also have a fake little white tree with blue lights, so he shakes things up. Love all the twinkling lights this time of year!!

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  5. Gorgeous! Can you come decorate my house next?!

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  6. hello gorgeousness!!! and I wont be surprised if BH&G calls you up to feature you house in next years Christmas issue!
    p.s. the larger photos look so awesome on your blog (and i still cant figure it out on mine..grrrr- I tired your advise but I must be doing something wrong :-( )

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  7. Looks beautiful! I love the color scheme and the fun disco balls. And i really want to a faux fur rug to put under my tree! I also really like your wreaths - with the ornaments hanging from ribbon at the top. Looks great!

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  8. I don't have a color scheme, but after looking at your decorations I totally regret it. Fabulous!

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  9. I love the disco balls, any recommendations as to where to get disco ball ornaments? Great job, you are so talented!

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    1. Thanks everyone! I got our Disco Ball ornaments at Hobby Lobby & Homegoods. But Hobby Lobby sold out quick (unless they restocked...) It's Disco Fever!

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  10. What a picture perfect Christmas setting, Kristin! I love all of your little embellishments here and there and that mirrored tray is so pretty. And, of course your disco balls! I added a few of those myself this year, and love the sparkles they throw all over the room. I posted about my tree in an urn...inspired by you today! Now I just have to decorate it... :) Beautiful job!

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  11. How fun! I love the ornaments draped around your lamp and the color combo is really inspired. Unique, but definitely still festive and Christmas-y! I'm getting back to traditional this year, but I'm mixing the red and green with lots of rustic and also glitzy elements. It's all about the contrast this time around!

    Stop by my blog this week to win $200 to Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, or West Elm... I'm sure you could work wonders with a prize like that!

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  12. I have been dying to change out my tree ornaments this year with something new...but torn between that and putting up the traditional collection from all the years past! Your room looks so amazing...I am inspired to make some changes!

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  13. Looks great, Kristin! Such a fun space :) Kristin

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  14. I love it!!! You are so fun and take chances. I am loving all of your Christmas decor!!! I absolutely love your blog.

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  15. Absolutely beautiful! Your photos are so crisp and clear! I love all of it!

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  16. And, suddenly, I feel that I NEED a disco ball :) It all looks beautiful!!

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  17. Everything looks so beautiful! I have been using the small disco balls for years but I love the idea of the large disco ball on top of the tree! Now I want a big one too ;)

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  18. Wow...way to pull off such a fun look! Modern, cheery, fresh and fun...love it all. I'm thinking I need some pink Christmas decor this year (especially since I'm surrounded by all boys!)

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  19. This is just GORGEOUS. My tree looks perfect in gold, silver and clear ornaments but I was STUMPED on the topper. I'm off to locate a big disco ball and totally copying! =)

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  20. WOW! I love the color scheme you chose -- and the really awesome way in which you decorated the top of your tree. I would have never thought to take it all the way to the ceiling, but that is brilliant! All of the pink and glitter...how wonderful. :-) We incorporated some gold this year in our decor and it's been fun to see the metallic elements shimmer in the evening light!

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  21. Looks great, Kristin! I like the fresh color scheme!! I'm going neon with our Christmas decor this year: lime green, hot pink, and bright orange!

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  22. My first time visiting....love it here & think your colors is fantastic for Christmas decor! So warm, yet super fun! Xoxo tracie

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  23. Love your disco ball topper, I will be totally stealing your idea!!!I will give you max praise and credit for it. Love!

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  24. Beautiful! Where did you get the fur and pom pom throw? I love them both!

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    1. The "fur" is from Hobby Lobby (it's actually a rug). And the Pom Pom throw is from Target.

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  25. I Just found your blog and I love it! I found it through my cousins blog parties for pennies. You might have said this earlier but where did you get the chevron drapes?

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  26. Ikea had this fun round mirror that was ringed in mirror tiles. One was just "clear" mirror tiles on the edge, the other was pink and orange. The pink and orange mirror would be great as a charger on a table, just to push the pink quota over the top!

    By the way, what does your Significant Other think of the pink?

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