Christmas tree collar
Christmas tree collars are a great little detail to beautify your vacation space. They are the structured bases that run around the base of a tree (artificial or real) and are available in various shapes, sizes and materials. I love the collar structure and think it keeps things very neat. Collars hide the tree trunk, the water bowl (if you have a real tree) and the electrical cables.
Where I put my Christmas tree collars
When it comes to where I place my tree collars, I have to say I have several trees throughout the house. Usually smaller trees stand in my master bedroom and conservatory, but then my bigger tree in the living room. I think tree collars can be placed under every tree in every room. It can be placed under your master or under a small table tree. You can weaken the formality of any collar by putting on a textured throw and letting it run out …
Tree collars for all styles
Tree Collares can fit into any style of rustic, farmhouse, cottage or even modern. The textured material in the collar with the Christmas tree and ornaments sets the tone for the feel and style. Tin or metal really contains at home to hit the rustic and farmhouse already. Wicker collars stretch the spectrum from the farmhouse to the cabin, smoothing the room with a splash of texture. Modern styles find their place in glass or stone pedestals, such as the Capiz shells or art cement bases.
I've put together an affordable, curated collection of Christmas tree necklaces from some of the most popular local retailers. These trees range from boxes to wicker and metal. Each one of them fits in with my style, from bizarre rustic to rustic and farmhouse. I hope that helps you tie your space together, and proves that your holiday decor has even more details. Thank you for stopping by the blog today and every other day. XxLizMarie.
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