Welcome to the 2022 Holiday Home tour! I’m very excited to be part of Jenny Williamson’s Holiday Tour Week. Each day you’ll see festive rooms from different blogs to give you some ideas and inspiration. I’m sharing my pink Christmas tree that I put up in my den just for me!
If you came here from Postcards From the Ridge, welcome! I’m Kim and live in Northern California.
I am neutral lover and my home is full of natural elements, lighter colors, and wood tones. I generally go the same way with our main tree and keep it natural and light.
Still, I have always thought pink Christmas trees were fun. One year, when I was small, my grandmother had one -and it was thrilling to me. Last year, when I took over the small space off the kitchen for my own personal den/office, I had a lightbulb moment thinking why not to get a small pink tree? I absolutely am so glad I did it. It was fun pulling it together and it gives me a little joy and I think of my grandma. She would have loved it.
As I am the only women in this family with three men, the main tree could never be all pink. I keep our family tree more traditional and natural, and will share that next week.
I found my pink tree at Homegoods last year. I found these pink mercury glass bulbs on a garland that are the perfect size when cut off the ribbon. The pink tweed ribbon I found last year on our annual Christmas trek to San Francisco at Neiman Marcus at surprisingly $27 for a huge spool. I also use a pink faux fur throw for the skirt, which sort of continues the glam fun feel of this tree.
The tree takes on a warmer pink, almost copper hue when lit that I love. I added this small oriental carpet pillow to my office chair that I had in the same tones.. I love this pink/sherbert orange mix.
I had some Eiffel Tower ornaments that I added here and this star garland.
I also snuck in a little pink house from my dad’s vintage snow scene he had as a kid…
Since last year, I’ve noticed pink trees are becoming even more popular. There is a cute version here in two sizes, and here in many colors and options.
Other pretty pink Christmas items.. This wreath at Target.
I could not find the original ribbon, but this light burlap pink at Joann’s is a soft color look for a tree ribbon and Neiman’s has a beautiful hot pink taffeta ribbon – 25 yards for $39, which isn’t bad for a luxe ribbon.
These bulbs are pretty with a crackle finish and this is a pretty collection. Both good deals.
I love this copper and pink wrap and this ribbon for presents from Anthropologie.
And if you’re a pink lover , and can’t have a tree…why not have a rose colored stocking?
This patchwork one is adorable as is this one, and this Anthro woven knit version, and this Grand Caravan stocking I love too.
And if you just want a pop of pink and some sass, this pillow from Furbish is a hoot. I might need this in my den or by the front door. This quip is from Home Alone, if you don’t remember..Ha. I think we need a rewatch of that this year..
What do you think about pink Christmas decor?
Please be sure and pop by the next room on the tour, Sarah at Thrifty Decor Chick, who I think you will love!
Don’t forget to visit each of the homes on the tour each day…
Monday, November 28th (Front Porch/Outdoor Spaces)
Evolution of Style | Maison de Cinq | Home by Heidi | Southern Hospitality | Cindy Hattersley Design
Tuesday, November 29th (Entries/Dining Rooms)
Hello Lovely | A Stroll Thru Life | County Road 407 | Southern Heather | Classic Casual Home | Most Lovely Things
Wednesday, November 30th (Living Rooms/Dens)
Northern California Style | Thrifty Decor Chick | Summer Adams | Make Mine a Spritzer | Sincerely Marie Designs | Postcards from the Ridge
Thursday, December 1st (Mantels/Kitchens/Laundry Rooms)
Southern Hospitality | Cindy Hattersley Design | Home with a Twist | Sincerely Marie Designs | Citrine Living
Friday, December 2nd (Bedrooms)
Dimples and Tangles | This is Our Bliss | Shine Your Light | Sincerely Marie Designs
Thanks for stopping by. More holiday fun coming next week!
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