Neutral Christmas Decorating

This year I am taking part of the Balsam Hill Christmas tree blogger tour and I was dreaming of a white Christmas tree!

Dreaming of a white Christmas Balsam Hill Christmas tree - So Much Better With Age

Disclosure: thanks to Balsam Hill for this gorgeous tree. All opinion are 100% my own.

I’m so excited to be a part of Balsam Hill’s 2nd Annual 12 Bloggers of Christmas this year!

When I was invited for this tour, the first thing I said to myself was, I hope they have a WHITE tree!

I know a white Christmas tree isn’t the first thing you think of when you think of a Christmas tree but I am in LOVE with whites and neutrals.

And of course, I’ve been dreaming of a White Christmas.

So let’s begin the tour of the 12 Bloggers of Christmas.

Dreaming of a White Christmas Balsam Hill Christmas tree / beautiful white Christmas tree - So Much Better With Age

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It’s been a lot of fun to decorate for the holidays this year.

I love this Classic White Christmas tree from Balsam Hill. Isn’t it gorgeous?

Dreaming of a white Christmas Balsam Hill white Christmas tree / child's table tea party in front of tree - So Much Better With Age

I was worried that my neutral ornaments wouldn’t be noticeable on it, however I was wrong. You could put anything on that tree and it would be gorgeous!

Dreaming of a white Christmas Balsam Hill Christmas tree / neutral French ornaments on tree - So Much Better With Age

My daughter loved the little tea party I made up for her today.

 Recently I painted this little table with Champlain from Fusion Mineral Paint. It was a curbside find and it turned out so good! (The stencil was also from Fusion Mineral Paint but is now discontinued).

Dreaming of a white Christmas Balsam Hill Christmas tree / painted child's table - So Much Better With Age

This tree is 7.5 feet tall and the clear lights are so bright! I love how it illuminates the room.

My kids love it too.

Dreaming of a white Christmas Balsam Hill Christmas tree / Pikes Peak white Christmas tree Balsam Hill - So Much Better With Age

I took so many photos for my Holiday Housewalk.

I recently shared the details of the ornaments on my tree along with other French decor details.

Dreaming of a white Christmas Balsam Hill Christmas tree / up close picture of white tree - So Much Better With Age

Those old school desks were an awesome little find on a recent junking day.

Dreaming of a white Christmas Balsam Hill white Christmas tree / children's desks - So Much Better With Age

It’s so pretty I wish I could keep it up all year round.

Dreaming of a white Christmas Balsam Hill white Christmas tree / decorated tree with decorated mantel - So Much Better With Age

I love that I can start decorating early with a faux tree!

Click to read my interview with Balsam Hill.

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Make sure to pin it for later!

Neutral Christmas Decorating.

Click in Case You Missed:

French Vintage Holiday Housewalk

French Vintage Holiday Housewalk - So Much Better With Age

French Dining Room Christmas Tour

visit the other balsam hill tours:

Craftberry Bush | Ella Claire | Dear Lillie | My Sweet Savannah | Liz Marie Blog

The Yellow Cape Cod | Eclectically Vintage | French Country Cottage

At The Picket Fence | Jennifer Rizzo 


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  1. Jamie – it’s gorgeous! I love love love it! (You know I do)

    I’m so glad you chose to put it in your living room – it looks perfect there!

    1. Awww, thanks Tara! Doesn’t it look so good here? What was I think taking it up to the not-so-rustic cabin?? Glad you talked me out of that one!
      Hugs, Jamie

  2. Absolutely gorgeous tree, especially when lit up. It really highlights the beautiful decorations. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Hi there! I love your white decorating, it’s gorgeous! I would love to do more with white next year. This year I am big into gold, which i love as well, but it’s nice to change it up. I just subscribed to your blog, I really enjoy it. Kind regards, Nancy (Stonecropsister.com)

    1. Thanks Nancy! I love gold too…oooh that would look nice on my white tree. Did I just noticed on your Google account you are from Vancouver, BC too??
      Hugs, Jamie

    1. Jamie,

      What a beautifully balanced tree that shows off your ornaments in a lovely way. It also doesn’t cover up with tree but accentuates the uniqueness of the ornaments tat you placed on the tree. There is a romance to your selection of ornaments that I think is so inviting. I have four daughters so I was “in” at the tea party table though too. What a wonderful idea to use a completely white tree and have the neutrals in your ornaments reflect or repeat the natural element s in the mirror or wood piece on the fireplace as well as the baskets below. Soooo pleasing to the eye and such harmony to the room. You could definitely leave this up for a while after Christmas. It look as if its part of the room. Winter wonderful job.

      1. Thank you so much, Dagmar. I really loved decorating a white tree this year! It was so much fun and the tea party was fun too. Thank you so much for your sweet comment and kind words.
        Hugs, Jamie

  4. its absolutely perfect Jamie. I love the white tree but your rustic and home made decorations are what really does it for me. Its just a natural extension of your living room that it fits right in yet very festive and seasonal at the same time. You are such a talent!

  5. Wow! Stunning! I never thought of a white tree before but now you make me want one! Love it lit up too. I Love that you get your white Christmas no matter what!

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