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How To Turn Things Upside Down This Christmas

The first time I saw an upside-down Christmas tree was in a restaurant in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. The Colonial Era building had a huge real tree hanging from rafters in every dining room. In keeping with their period d├ęcor, the Christmas decorations used in this restaurant represented the way German Colonials would have decorated their homes. Read More

Most Nontraditional Christmas Trees

Dare to be different this holiday season by decorating your home with a nontraditional Christmas tree. These fun, festive designs will be an instant conversation starter among all your houseguests. Before we can talk about nontraditional Christmas trees, let’s take a look at where the tradition of trees began and how artificial Christmas trees were Read More