Posts tagged "christmas trees"

City Makes Grinch-Style Demands To Replace “Charlie Brown” Christmas Tree

Residents of Reading, Pennsylvania were horrified when they first laid eyes on the droopy, sparse Christmas tree decorating their downtown square. They claimed it was reminiscent of "Charlie Brown" and a total bummer. To be fair, it is pretty fugly (and it's topped with a giant pretzel of all things), though I try to remai…
By: Claire Hannum / November 27, 2014

I’m Sorry, But 277 Christmas Trees Is Too Many

I'm not looking to shit on anyone's insane holiday spirit, but I'm sorry, having 277 Christmas trees in your house, like Maryland woman Renetta Zanco does, seems excessive. Saying that her house looks "like Macy's department store" would be an understatement. Zanco, who often spends 10 hours a days Christmasing her house from to…
By: Ami Angelowicz / December 17, 2013

Unexpected Style Inspiration: Oh, Christmas Tree

I got a tiny Charlie Brown Christmas tree last week and decked it out with shiny red ornaments and a garland of gold stars. I love the holiday spirit it brings to my living room, but I also love the aesthetic: greens and reds and golds and sparkles galore. Couldn't we all take some fashio…
By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / December 21, 2010

Last-Minute Christmas Tree Decorating: Making A Popcorn Garland

Most of you Christmas celebrators have probably had your tree up for weeks. My family, however, must be full of procrastinators, because we like to wait until Christmas Eve to trim the tree. It started when a few of us went off to college, and my parents thought it would be nice to wait until…
By: Catherine Strawn / December 23, 2009

Christmas Trees For Your Studio Apartment

There's nothing like the smell of fresh pine this time of year, but having a real Christmas tree comes with some downsides: those freaking needles get everywhere, the thing needs to be watered even though it's dead, and none of us have the space for a 9" beauty. The fake options below will make your…
By: Catherine Strawn / December 8, 2008