This traditional table holds various decorations to add color and art to the neutral walls and brown leather sofa. A blue bird figurine, blue goblet and blue coffee table books are complemented by forsythia branches and gold leaf picture frames.
Faux wood wallpaper blends seamlessly with the custom bunk beds made from tree branches. A wood dresser doubles as a nightstand between the beds, and a red and yellow art piece adds a pop of bright color to the space.
Put a modern spin on traditional holiday door decor with cardboard letter forms and tree cuttings. Wrap each branch around the letter form, securing the two together with floral wire or hot glue. Once the entire surface of the form is covered, add ribbon along the top and hang.
This front door with an ornamental wrought iron design welcomes guests into this muted gray foyer with colorful framed art. The rustic hardwood floors are covered with a white patterned area rug and tree branch inspired coat rack.
The design for the Sacred Pepper Bar wanted to focus on creating a timeless, classic space that expertly blends organic and modern materials to make a unique space. The serpentine banquettes, Pecky Cypress ceilings and custom branch art contributed to the organic fee to the space, while the bubble wall, agate stone bar stop and clean lines added the modern feel the owners desired. These elements combined to make a trendy, yet classy space-perfect for a night out on the town.
Turn tree cuttings into art with shadowboxes. First, cut the branches down to sizes proportionally scaled to fit inside each shadowbox frame. Next, flatten the branches and place them up against the glass insert. Lastly, sandwich the flattened branches between the glass inserts and the back panels, then hang the shadowboxes up on the walls.
Interesting details come together to create a fun, whimsical space in this transitional yellow dining room. Birch branches displayed in the corner, mismatched lighting and cute rooster art all work together to add charm to the space. A bright area rug brings in color and the six-person dining table blends wood and metal for a rustic/industrial vibe.
A cedar tree is the focal point of this kitchen, with lighting fixtures hanging between the upper branches near the ceiling. But even more impressive are the things you don't see. Electrical outlets and an exhaust panel are hidden within the granite and pop up at the push of a button. A built-in cutting board, wine storage area, Wolf double-stacked convection ovens and an incredible lake view add to the state-of-the-art kitchen.