All White Christmas Tree (morning room decor!)
Recreate the magical look of this all white Christmas tree with a perfectly flocked tree, white lights, all white ornaments, white ribbon and coastal touches too!
Hello sweet friends! I know, I know, I said I was sharing the coastal dining room today…but….I was waiting on something to come from Amazon and it came in too late for me to take photos. One day of taking photos in the dark this week is enough! ;)
So, I decided to share the morning room, and our all white Christmas tree instead.
Since we are almost finished with our home remodel, I finally got busy decorating for the holidays. I LOVE decorating for the holidays but it’s hard to change it up every year to keep things interesting around here. I hope to always share new and different ideas for you guys. Before the blog, I pretty much did the same thing every year. ;) But no one wants to see the same ole thing every year on here. Plus, I have to be honest and say that I really enjoy the challenge of changing things up every year. Every time I start it seems so daunting, I think there is no way to make it different, but somehow I do! For the most part anyway.
This year I feel like I’m in a completely new home and with the addition of the “extra” room (the morning room), which is not really extra, it’s just now being used differently which makes it feel extra. ;) So I decided to do 3 full size trees in each of the main rooms.
I’ve never done 3 full sized trees before. SO MUCH FUN. I totally feel like a kid at Christmas with them.
They just make me so happy. I smile every time I walk into any of the rooms and see them shining brightly with all of the pretty, sparkly, shiny ornaments and lights. :)
However, I wasn’t so sure how I was going to decorate three full size trees and have them each be a little different from each other.
Even as I began to add ornaments to all three, I still didn’t have a plan. lol Really, not even kidding.
Then it just started to evolve.
All White Christmas Tree
The morning room ended up being all white. Which I adore.
It’s my favorite tree in the house. My all white Christmas tree.
It gets all the hearts from me. :)
It just looks completely magical.
This is with the lights off so you can see all the white better.
By the way, if you like the tree, you can find it here. It went out of stock shortly after I bought the 2 I got.
I wanted to share the link anyway in case it comes back in stock soon. It’s a lovely tree!
You’ll have to stay tuned to see what the “themes” of the other two trees evolved into. ;)
I’ll be sharing those and the rest of my house next week. :)
Up close of the ornaments and ribbon.
You can see I added some gold garland on my “all white Christmas tree”. ;) hee hee
Well, remember when I just started adding stuff without a plan? Yep, that’s when that got added.
I decided to leave it however, because I liked the little hint of gold on my all white Christmas tree. :)
And with the lights on…
I used some white ribbon I had from many years past.
I also picked up that furry looking ribbon you see right in the middle, this year, and added it too. (it’s from Michael’s)
There’s just something about a white tree.
I think the flocking helps add to the magical look of the tree too.
I actually flocked my own thrift store tree a few years ago! What a HUGE difference it made.
You can see it and all the details, here.
And the aqua dresser/coffee bar I just shared on Tuesday… all decked out for the holidays now.
I love our little nativity set that we’ve had since the early years of our marriage.
The star behind it is just perfect!
The sparkly white Christmas tree on the right is from here.
And you can turn your coffee bar into a “cocoa bar” for the holidays.
I put out all of my “holiday style” teas too.
Some Christmas styled mugs would have been cute hanging up there but I don’t really have any.
And didn’t think to do that until just now as I’m writing! ;)
A simple bit of green garland and white pine cones over our painting. (you can find the painting, here, it’s on sale too!)
I simply added that cute “fa la la” pillow to the pillows I already had in here.
And that’s it! Very simply done this year.
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I hope you enjoyed seeing this part of my house decorated for the holidays today. :)
Maybe you got an idea or two?
I’m so excited to share the rest with you and the other two trees! (and I’m going to try to do a walk through video to share with y’all too so keep an eye out for that. I may even do one on Instagram too!)
Are you all decorated for the holidays? I am finished, yippee!… and we are just trying to tie up all the “loose ends” of the this remodel.
One of which….our kitchen island. We will have it done before the holidays! ;)
I wanted to do a reveal of the kitchen before the holidays but I’m all decked out for Christmas in there already….so, I’m only going to share snippets of the decor in there now. And the FULL kitchen reveal will just have to wait til January. :)
I hope you have a wonderful and festive December weekend!
Be sure to check back in on Tuesday when I’ll be sharing our “blue & gold” tree and dining room holiday decor!
UPDATE!!! See it now, here!
Love, love, love the tree! It looks amazing. Can’t wait to see the others. You should do tutorial on how you did the ribbon on the tree. I’ve always wanted to use ribbon on mine, but for some reason it’s intimidating.
Thanks so much Debra! :) And no, don’t be intimidated! It was really pretty simple…and the first time I’ve done my ribbon that way. I usually wrap it around in one long piece. I think the key is to use the ribbon that has the wire in it so it will stay in place. I just sort of looped it up and down the tree, pushing in, then poofing out, it that makes sense. Instead of one long piece, I cut smaller pieces about 3-4 feet long each. More manageable that way! :) xo
hey girl- love your home! so pretty! That tree is amazing!
Hey Shawnna! Thanks so much! :) xo
Nancy, I adore the white tree. You are right, it is magical looking. Your coffee bar looks so warm and welcoming. Beautiful job!!!
Thank you Christina! :) Between the white tree and the new coffee bar, I think I’ve decided this is my favorite room in the house! lol :) xo
Makes your morning room a winter wonderland. So beautiful Nancy.
The only thing missing is Ryder since he’s white too ?
Aw yes, it sure does Gin! :) Thank you!! And YES, you are so right!! lol Stay tuned, he’s in some of the upcoming photos! xo
I love your style ?
So sweet, thank you Mary! :) xo
Your tree is gorgeous! And I love the coffee station! I’m creating a tea station after the holidays after seeing yours. Thanks for the inspiration!
Thanks so much Rebecca! :) And yay!!! That’s what I love to hear! That’s going to be so much fun! :) xo
How elegant !
Thank you Libby! :) xo
WOW! I never would have guessed an all white tree would be so beautiful, but as always, you do a wonderful job. I can never get my ribbons to look as neat as yours do – great job. Now I can’t wait to see how the other trees turned out.
Thank you Kimberly!! You and me both, but it’s just amazing to me! :) It was fun doing the ribbons a little different this time! Just tuck and poof! ;) Have a great weekend!! xo
Thank you, Nancy! :) xo
Forget the tree! I spotted that Republic of Tea teas on your coffee bar!! Isn’t their tea wonderful? We recently got some new varieties and are enjoying them. Do you have a favorite?
Ahhh, yes!! :) I love their teas. (I love teas, in general!! ;) ) They have SO many great ones it hard to pick a favorite. I love their Peppermint Bark tea, Turmeric Ginger Green, love Oolong, recently got their “Hot Apple Cider” and it’s yummy. Oh and another one I’m trying for the first time is called “Tea of Good Tidings”, so tasty and different! Which do you like??
You’re right, it IS difficult to pick just one. Peppermint Bark is excellent, as is the Republic Chai which I tried for the first time today (free sample). Their Chocolate Coconut is to die for! We recently got some Warm Apple Cider, too, and it’s yummy. Tea party anyone? (We have plans to have one with my little granddaughter sometime soon!)
Your tree is lovely. I didn’t think I’d like a white tree, but you pulled it off beautifully. I wish we had space for a second tree, but with the grandkids here twice a week we don’t need more obstacles. Maybe when they are older; the little guy is only five months and my granddaughter is almost three. Then again,, maybe my daughter will have a third baby? Anyway, I hope you share even more pictures of your house decorated for Christmas!
OH yes!! I have the Chai too!! :) Yum yum! Yes, to the tea party!! ;) How fun to have one with your granddaughter…I love that! xoxo
Oh my, Nancy!!! Every year when you decorate your tree(s), I think it can’t be more beautiful than the year before. But somehow, you DO make it more beautiful! I loved your DIY flocked tree with the pale aqua ornaments from a couple years ago…. but this all white tree is beyond gorgeous!!! You give me so much inspiration and I thank you for that!!!
BTW, the rest of your house is is also looking so awesome!!! I’m really looking forward to the final reveal of your renovation!! Wish you could come do my house!! <3 xo
Nancy, everything looks so lovely that it makes me want to move in for the Holidays. I simply love the white tree. It is so elegant. i have a silly question and trying to figure it out. How did you hang the long ribbons on the tree. ? Do they just have a hook thru them? Or did you make a base some way? Thanks in advance for a tip. I love your style and wish I had it. So peaceful, so beautiful, so elegant. Lovely.
Aw thanks so much Lorraine! :) For the ribbons, just be sure you use the ribbons that have the wire in them so they will stay put, where you put them. I just cut the ribbon into 3-4 foot long pieces, depending on which part of the tree I was using it on. And then I simply tucked and poofed! ;) Tuck in the ribbon, then poof it out, then tuck it in, then poof it out, up and down the tree, here and there. It really was not hard to do at all and if you don’t like it, just pull it off and try again. (I did that a few times! ;) ) And you are so sweet to say that, thank you! xoxo
Aw thank you Karen! :) It’s been tiring, mentally and physically, but so worth it! I am enjoying the new look and the new kitchen! (it was way past due! ;) ) So glad to finally be almost done! (with the bigger stuff anyway!) xoxo
I’m in love with your morning room! The tree is gorgeous.
Aw thanks Jennifer! :) xo
Where did you find the different shaped white ornaments for your all white tree? All I can find that aren’t terribly expensive are white ball shaped. Thank you.
Most of them came from Michaels and Target.