I should preface this post by saying that (if you didn’t already know): I’m Jewish. But even though I didn’t grow up with a Christmas tree beaming in my living room each holiday season, I’ve trimmed and decorated my fair share, and have been an admiring observer of firs for as long as I can remember. It’s fun for me to imagine what type of tree I would have in an alternate universe: real or fake, big or small, natural or blinged out, modern or heirloom? These are big decisions, people! And I admire you all for making them year after year. If you’ve already got a tree standing tall in your home (or standing short on a tabletop), I’d love to hear how you’ve decked it out… here are ten of my favorites from around the web!

Tree Twimmed with Live Florals and Succulents, Apartment 34 for Martha Stewart

Modern Minimalist Tree, Brady Tolbert for Emily Henderson

Frosted Winter Whites, Coco Kelley

A Simple Tree, Juniper Oats

White and Blue Modern Tree, House & Home 

Frosty Berry Tree, Balsam Hill

Funky Christmas, Aunt Peaches

New York Palace Christmas Tree, Classy Girls Wear Pearls

Natural and Simple, Jenni Kayne 

Hollywood Glam Black Tree, Jet

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  1. 1
    FripperyVintage December 6, 2013 at 12:27 pm

    Haven’t put ours up yet but will next week. I love antique glass ornaments in all different colors.

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    Stacia December 6, 2013 at 2:16 pm

    These trees are lovely. I find them a little funny though because my family always had the most eclectic tree in the world. We would buy and ornament (whatever we wanted) per year and then add it to the decoration. It’s very representative of where my family has been throughout the years, but it’s not nearly as put together as these.

    • Chanel Dror December 6, 2013 at 2:24 pm

      Love that! I was actually searching for a tree like the one you described to include in the slideshow, but surprisingly they’re not so well represented in the online world… Which is funny, because I imagine many people would relate to your family’s Christmas tree! 🙂

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    Stacy December 8, 2013 at 10:32 pm

    Mine is decorated with family ornaments from both mine and my son’s childhood. This year as I decked the tree, I was thinking next year I would want a moredecorative tree befitting my empty nest and personal style. Happy to have the year to plan. Great examples and thanks. I bet you have a gorgeous menorah that you use each year for Hanukkah.

    • Chanel Dror December 9, 2013 at 5:02 pm

      Thanks for sharing, Stacy! And I have to admit, I don’t think I’ve found my ONE menorah that I’d use year after year. Still on the hunt!

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    Michelle December 11, 2013 at 9:28 pm

    Hi there, Great collection of trees. The beautiful tree with the blue skirt on the table is from Canadian House and Home. http://houseandhome.com/design/photo-gallery-festive-christmas-trees?page=6

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    Dale December 2, 2014 at 8:09 pm

    I love the simple tree from Mokkasin (spelling?)

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    Erin December 24, 2014 at 1:44 pm

    Thanks so much for the link love Chanel!



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