As seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes, designer Robin Baron transforms the home of ex-NFL star and CBS Sports radio host Tiki Barber into a holiday wonderland, including this gorgeous red Christmas tree.
Question: What's better than one red tree at a Fantasy of Trees? Answer: Two red trees, which are stunning on this exhibition's display. These two bright red, narrow Christmas trees glisten with their magenta ornaments, white lights and, surprisingly, burlap bows that cascade from the top of each tree.
HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes designer Robin Baron transforms the home of ex-NFL star and CBS sports radio host Tiki Barber into a holiday wonderland, featuring two red Christmas trees flanking the fireplace with a boxwood panel over the TV with wreath of red glitter roses.
Implementing red and gold into your tree's decor brings an elegant touch to your home. The red tree makes a bold statement, while the musical-note ornaments and a treble-clef tree topper are a nod to Christmas carols.
When setting up your mobile Christmas tree in a formal dining room, why not use elements from your place settings as tree decor? This traditional dining room was given an unexpected look with ornaments made from flatware in gold and silver tones.
A vibrant red Japanese Maple makes a big statement in this traditional garden. A hedge of ficus nitida lines the fence and is underplanted with soft and colorful textures like euphorbia, Chinese Lanterns, Hebe and Achillea.
As seen on HGTV's Celebrity Holiday Homes, designer Robin Baron transforms the home of ex-NFL star and CBS sports radio host Tiki Barber into a holiday wonderland, including a DIY glitter ornament on a 10-foot Christmas tree.
Add a sweet touch to your decorations by gluing or stitching up this playful felt Christmas tree skirt. Felt is perfect for this project because it's inexpensive and doesn't fray when cut. Learn how to easy it is to make one of your own with HGTV's step-by-step instructions.