Holiday Decorating Trends: Get Flocked
Flocked greenery is magical, and it doesn’t need ornaments to be pretty. It adds tons of texture without taking over your existing color scheme. In other words, if you love neutrals, flocked greenery is the way to go for holiday decorating. If you haven’t tried a flocked tree, now is the time.
Flocked greenery is a throw-back to the 1950’s snow-frosted trees. The snow effect is an easy way to turn your holiday living room into a winter wonderland.
Spruced-Up Mantel with a Flocked Garland
REASONS TO TRY FLOCKED GREENERY
Easy and Elegant Decorating. No additional ornaments are needed. Very pretty and minimalist.
Not just for farmhouse decor. Flocked greenery can blend with a variety of aesthetics.
Flocked greenery photographs well because the snow effect controls the amount of green and adds a lot of texture to the picture.
ABOUT THIS SPACE
With the whitewashed floors, white feather jujuhat, antique marble column, Barcelona Chaise used as doggie daybed, white & cream objects, and other vintage finds; this room already lends itself to a winter wonderland feel.
Let’s Flock to Faux Snow ;)
This is is my first season with flocked greenery and I see why it’s so popular. Have you tried it yet?
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