Most of us have accepted that Christmas is officially over. We’ve found new homes for the toys, we’ve stopped baking Christmas-themed treats and we’ve put away our Christmas garb, including the tree, boxed back into the closet to be forgotten about for the next 11 months.
Unless you’re Nadia Colucci who has decided to keep her Christmas tree up year-round.
The Christmas decorations go and, instead, she adds different themes to celebrate the various events throughout the year.
A tree-mendous collection!
As Nadia writes on her website North Compass Realty.
When January rolled around, I went to take my beautiful Christmas tree down and I was immediately sad. I couldn’t imagine that corner without my tree.
I thought to myself, “Maybe I’ll just decorate it for every holiday throughout the year!” So I did, and it turned out to be such a fun and creative outlet for me… and so started my “Holi-Trees”.
In a way, Christmas never ended… it just changed colours! And I think that’s what counts, the spirit of Christmas and its meaning year-round. Peace, Love and Joy.”
Have a look at her amazing year-round Christmas tree creations, which are now all over social media, inspiring thousands of people to spread the merry year-round. Love them ALL!
Valentine’s Day Tree
You’re nearly in February now. If you haven’t taken the tree down yet, might as well give this a go! Love is in the air and in your living room.
Mardi Gras Tree
Trees out, beads out! Love this idea!
St. Patrick’s Day Tree
As we move into March, it’s time to take down the red and pink and/or party favour and bring on the green! The Irish totally approve!
Next, stop on the tree train is Easter, which falls in April this year. Hop to it!
4th of July Tree
Clearly not something we celebrate but it would be pretty easy to put an Aussie spin on something like this. No cowboy boots needed. Yee haw. We like the idea of an Australia Day tree in January!
Back to School Tree
Our American counterparts head back to school in either August or September and how adorable is this tree to mark the occasion? The tree of learning! My fave for sure!
So much to be thankful for, especially this masterpiece! We love the use of the different leaves – a cute idea to use to mark the start of autumn too.
Even more month by month tree ideas
We’ve got a few more cute tree ideas to ensure you have a tree for every month of the year.
May – May the Fourth be With You
Okay, so technically there isn’t a big holiday in May but we thought a Star Wars-themed tree would suit.
Nightmare before Christmas tree
A cute idea for November!
Sunflowers work a treat to gear you up for summer.
Think cold hues – blues, purples, maybe even a Frozen theme tree?
Looking for more treespiration?