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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas- Elegant French Country Tree

Frosted branches and sprinkles of Christmas have been appearing
around the house.
Gold mirror reflecting Christmas Tree

And with Christmas carols playing
and all things Merry & Bright...
it is definitely beginning to look a lot like Christmas over here.



And can I let you in on a secret?

Christmas ornaments on frosted tree

I am obsessed with this tree.
As in OBSESSED with this tree.
Well... okay...
make that obsessed with this tree and my bedroom tree.

Frosted tree with Christmas ornaments

Those sugar sprinkled frosty branches
dotted with blush, mercury glass and white ornaments
and a whole lot of twinkly lights.
It is love.

Christmas living room with tree and french chair in background

And serious obsession.

This is our living room tree this year
and you can probably tell that some things have been moving around a bit out here as well...
(and I am also obsessed with that antique mirror!)
I wanted something simple and elegant and sprinkled with magic and wonder.
The past couple of years, I have had a green tree in the living room
but this year... well that frosted tree talked to me.

Crystal chandelier with gold mirror and Christmas tree

This is a frosted fraser fir tree from Balsam Hill.
Those soft snowy white branches are just such a perfect backdrop for any ornaments
but especially soft, elegant ones.

Frosted Christmas tree with french ornaments

I kept the decor on this tree simple
because, in my opinion
frosted and flocked trees do not need a ton of decor -
 they look pretty just twinkling away on their own.
Blush baubles for Christmas

So just a few French Country blush baubles and pearly glittery picks 
and a couple lengths of glittered ribbon tucked here and there and it was perfect.

Christmas tree ornament

For the tree skirt, a faux fur blanket was a perfect tree skirt for a bit of that rustic 
luxe feeling.

Faux fur tree skirt

With those frosty branches
elegant ornaments and twinkly lights... 
this tree absolutely glows.

French Country Cottage Christmas


And did I mention that I am obsessed?
;)

Blush and frosted Christmas tree

Today, 
I am joining my fellow Farmhouse blogger friends today to share our 
living room and/or living room Christmas trees.
Stop by and see what each person is sharing.


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Christmas Tree frosted


Yes, I am. 
But in the best way.
:)

Shop the look:



Happy Monday everyone



Disclosure: 
I am Balsam Hill's Blogger Ambassador but this post isn't sponsored - just sharing the holiday love. 
All designs, love and complete obsession with all things Christmas, Balsam Hill and
 their gorgeous Frosted Fraser Trees are all my own. 










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20 comments

  1. That mirror is seriously pretty and you just gave me an idea. Do you have it attached to the wall?
    Your tree is beautiful. But they all are beautiful. Kind of like children, each special in its own way.

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    1. Haha!! I love that!! And I totally agree!! They are just like children and each special in their own way. :) Thanks so much for stopping by! xo

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  2. The tree is gorgeous, I've not though that a simply white pearl shaded tree could look as much festive as a traditional red vintage ornament tree.

    Well it's just the try of trying something else.

    NIKA

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  3. So, when you posted this on IG last night, I TOTALLY thought this tree had gold needles. Seriously. It's so magical and wonderful. Bravo, friend!

    Merry Christmas!
    Michael

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    1. Thanks so much Michael!
      It does kind of look like it is gold haha! In the daylight it is definitely white but when it is glowing away in the evening and is that warm candle color glow - I can defiitely see the Midas touch. :)
      Merry Christmas to you too!!
      xo

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  4. Wow! Beautiful, especially the last photo!

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  5. Oh wow!! That truly is a beautiful tree Courtney. I can see why you are obsessed ☺

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  6. I am obsessed too:) The mirror and the tree were meant for each other! One word, ENCHANTED!

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  7. Stunning ... and magical, just like you wanted! It was meant to be in your gorgeous room! And, that mirror ... fabulous!

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  8. I can see little Sweet Pea under the tree:). A very elegant tree and that magnificent mirror with the reflection, gorgeous! Well done, Kathleen in Az

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  9. That tree is divine - as in'died and went to heaven' beautiful!!! I think I need to just sit and study the photos and soak it in for a while.

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  10. Ohhhhh goodness absolutely gorgeous ❤

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  11. This tree and the surrounding embellishments are sublime, downright magical, Courtney. What a lovely way to usher in the holiday season. Cheers, Ardith

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  12. I love all of the photos! They are all WOW!! :) I love a little snow look on a tree and with the mercury ornaments and white lights. I am so crushing on your tree. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.:)

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  13. Absolutely gorgeous. I love green trees and have never had anything different, but this could start a whole new chapter, it is absolutely beautiful.

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  14. Everything is completely beautiful. I believe it is prettier than last year.....so much sparkle, so little time. Thank you Courtney.

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  15. The tree is simply gorgeous... the mirror???? Breathtaking!!!!! My heart Is envious!

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