A tree branch coffee table topped with scalloped glass is the focal point of this contemporary living room. Black furniture creates contrast against the crisp white walls, and a gray area rug softens the space without deviating from the achromatic palette.
Look around your yard for free foliage and flowers to create a last-minute table centerpiece. Monica Stewart, owner of The Misfit House, a decorating business in Athens, Ga., snipped crepe myrtle branches in seconds and arranged them to add height and greenery.
This whimsical centerpiece is perfect for spring-inspired dinner parties and is surprisingly simple to create. "I gathered several manzanita branches into a tall vase to bring the outdoors in. These gorgeous branches, with their twists and curls, make such a dramatic statement on a tabletop," Katie Riley of Centsational Girl says. You can even replace the butterflies with seasonal objects, like leaves or snowflakes, for a gorgeous centerpiece to celebrate any holiday or season.
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.
Fill vases with a shiny finish, such as mercury glass, with iced branches and flowers to give your holiday centerpiece a sophisticated winter refresh. Add a few snowflake votives (these are Allen + Roth brand from Lowe’s) to transition into your new year look. Then while packing up ornaments, keep out shapes such as pinecones or finials, that can finish off the transformation.
A gold tree branch pattern wallpaper gives a beautiful and dainty decorative look to this bathroom. A triple frame around the mirror adds dimension and texture to the room. Three lights fixed to the sconce shine onto the white pedestal sink and stainless steel faucet.
Many artificial tabletop trees are sold with replacement branches. Use scissors to cut the branches into 4-inch strips, then wrap them around napkins. For embellishments, add jingle bells to the branches with twine.