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a flora and fauna Christmas tree...

a festive flora and fauna Christmas tree... / via oh joy!

We've been known to create trees with pom-poms, feathers, and more! We love coming up with fun, alternative twists on traditional holiday decor, so today, we're sharing a very festive flora and fauna tree! It's as bright and airy as the sitting room it's in. Check it out...

a festive flora and fauna Christmas tree... / via oh joy!

We used a faux white tree which really helps to brighten up the space and keeps with the "light and airy" theme. I love white trees because the ornaments are able to really stand out and shine. Then, we mixed in lots of orange, red, yellow and pink faux flowers along with butterfly and songbird ornaments.

TIP: You don't have to stick with just ornaments and garland for trees. Here, we placed faux flowers on the branches, and you can't even tell!

a festive flora and fauna Christmas tree... / via oh joy!

For the finishing touch, we created a simple tree topper of clustered faux flowers at the top. Styling with a theme is such a fun way to get creative and branch out from the norm! 

Sources shown: Target Pirouette paint (past season), Emmy Elle Designs rug, Target basket, Target lavender pillow, World Market round taupe pillow, Target round mirror, West Elm desk, Oyoy tall striped vase, Oyoy pink planter, Target gold houses (past season), Target bottle brush trees, Wayfair chair, My Comfy Zone faux fur*, Max Wanger beach print (pst season), Bonnie Tsang cupcake liners print (past season), Jen Gotch people print (past season), Society 6 flower field print by Moriah Ziman*, Kendall Kirk girl painting*, Jen Gotch cups print (past season), Target bench, West Elm round purple pillow, Target blush color blocked pillow, Ikea woven stool, Target tree skirt (past season), Dorel Living chair, Target round faux fur pillow, Urban Outfitters side table, Target table lamp, Carolyn Suzuki notebook, Target speckled bud vase (past season), Target full-length mirror.

{Photos by Lily Glass. Concept/Production/Styling by Julia Wester, Production Assistance by Jess Hong. Written by Traci Michael.}

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