Each year, the holiday season begins with decorating the home. But the greatest part of all is the time-honored tradition of trimming the tree. Here are some of our favorite Christmas Tree Looks:

Celebrate the Holiday Season

Christmas season begins with decorating the home. One of the greatest parts of all is the time-honoured tradition of trimming the tree.

Im a classical Xmas person, red-green are warm colors for this magical time. Beautiful decor for a 2 story houses . #classic_christmas_decor

Christmas is my favorite holiday. I love the smell of evergreen trees, swags, wreaths; and bask in the warm peacefulness of a room lit only by fairy lights or candles.

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You don't have to devote an entire day to decorating for Christmas - it can take just ten minutes with these helpful tips from Julie at Coordinately Yours. Plus, we love how our brass Thayer End Table adds some shine to the garland decor.

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Sometimes it’s easier to decorate in a symmetrical fashion, and it always looks good. An evergreen wreath over the mantel is definitly a great idea: christmas mantel inspiration

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grape, thyme and cheese shaped Christmas tree appetizer add some fresh natural elements to your gift wrapping a sim.

50 Fabulous Christmas Table Decorations on Pinterest | Christmas Celebrations

Top 50 Christmas Table Decorations 2017 on Pinterest

Top your Christmas table with a quick, easy and festive holiday centerpiece. Christmas Centerpiece Decoration Ideas Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.

Add elegant rustic charm to your Christmas decor with these easy and inexpensive DIY Frosted Pinecones

DIY Snow Covered Pinecones

classic Christmas mailbox decoration photo

We never decorate our mailbox. Dress Up Your Mailbox for the Holidays - Fir and pine cone swag with berries and red bells plus a big wire edged ribbon bow.

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