A burgundy and gold Christmas tree adds a bit of a formal look to our holiday decor. I enjoy having both a fun tree that I shared last week and this one that is done using lots of burgundy, gold, and some cream ornaments. It’s put together with lots of inexpensive ornaments.
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On the first day we shared a DIY Horse Head Wreath
On the second day we shared a DIY Recipe Card Holder Hostess Gift.
On the third day we shared a Christmas Countdown Ornament.
On the fourth day we shared Buckets of Snow Ornaments.
On the fifth day we shared Buttered Rum Glazed Pecans
On the sixth day we shared a Rustic Wood Slice Deer Ornament
On the seventh day we shared our Christmas Mantel & Hearth in Rose Gold Decor
On the eighth day we shared a Snowy Christmas in a Jar
On the ninth day we shared Inexpensive and Festive Ways to Wrap Presents
It’s Day 10 and we are sharing our Christmas Tree!
Today, I’m sharing the second of our two large trees. We participated in a fun Christmas Tree Blog Hop last week and I shared our Christmas Tree Filled With Memories. That’s our family tree and the one that we gather around on Christmas morning.
Our parlor tree is a traditional tree in burgundy and gold. I like having a more formal tree that has a cohesive look to it. I also like finding ornaments to add to the tree for not very much money.
I use a variety of gold ornaments including balls, wreaths, icicles, and deer. This year I added a few rose gold floral picks to the tree.
I mix in burgundy ornaments and use white lights only on this tree. I save the colorful lights for the other tree.
The poinsettia blooms and the deer ornaments came from the Dollar Tree a couple of years ago.
The more formal look fits this room well. It’s not a room that we use often, but it is at the front of our home, just to the left of the entryway, so we see it everyday and our guests will see it just after they’ve come inside. You can see that the angel is facing the window in the photos. Oops! The tree spins and when I turned the spinner off to photograph, I completely missed that the angel was facing the wrong way.
My grandmother’s piano is against the wall opposite of the tree. I used greenery, rose gold accents, bells and baubles to dress it up for the holidays and to match the tree.
Having two large trees gives me the chance to decorate one with all of our favorite ornaments and to have one that has a more formal look to it. I enjoy them both! I know I’m not alone in having more than one tree! I love seeing and reading about your trees.
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