Large windows wrap around this modern dining room allowing light to flood the space. A contemporary table is surrounded by mismatched dining chairs for a fun, casual look. The centerpiece of fresh tree boughs invites the outdoors in while adding height to the table setting.
Weeping cherry (Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’) is a mid-sized deciduous tree that grows 20 to 25 feet tall and 15 to 20 feet wide. The graceful whip-like branches are covered in pink blooms in early spring. The pendulous branches sway in the wind, adding the element of movement to the garden.
Treat secondary living spaces to their very own trees—it’s a great chance to branch out from your main decorating color scheme and style to try something new and different. In the bonus room the design team used cool blues and swaths of silver create a glam look on the tree and at the window, with a large white wreath.
This secluded patio features brown woven outdoor furniture paired with a reclaimed wood coffee table. A decorative tree branch sits on the table, while neutral painted wood plank flooring finishes off the space.
Rich browns and lively greens create a nature-inspired color palette to match the nature-inspired decor that fills this trendy restaurant. Nested light fixtures with tree branch canopies provide striking interest overhead.
This sophisticated master bedroom features an understated gray and white palette and a comfortable seating area complete with fireplace. The streamlined contemporary design is softened by the graceful chandelier and tree branch arrangement.
Start with a full, lush Christmas tree and cut the flower stems to be about 5 inches long. Stick the flower stem right into the tree towards the trunk and the heftiness of the branches will hold the flowers up. Complete the look with gifts wrapped in red, pink and floral patterned papers. Sprinkle some rose petals at the foot of the tree to bring a touch of romance to your floral tree look.