Wednesday, December 19, 2007
Christmas is here...
With Christmas just around the corner, i thought it would be fun to look around and find some really innovative and offbeat Christmas trees that are being designed this year and have been created in the past. Here they are..
From Left to Right :
Row One :
Acrylic Christmas Trees : Designed by Aaron R. Thomas. He works with acrylic and converts scraps into amazing art pieces. This one is definitely my favorite."
Monday, December 17, 2007
Acrylic Christmas Tree list=unusual-christmas-trees from Cribcandy - the household design blog. Daily picks of the best designed or most unusual finds
The most comprehensive list of alternative Christmas trees."
Friday, December 14, 2007
Fashiontribes.com Fashion Blog - Style, Beauty, Luxury Lifestyle & Shopping: Sleek & Stylish, an Acrylic Holiday Tree Makes a Chic Statement (& less N
Acrylic Christmas Tree Aaron R. Thomas Cool Fake Trees Holiday DecorIf the Festivus pole is just a bit too stripped down, this limited edition, ultra-modern acrylic (!) tree helps bring home the spirit - but without the kitsch. Handmade & signed by Aaron R. Thomas, it the chic way to save a tree for this year as well as the next 30."
Sunday, December 2, 2007
Aaron R. Thomas's Acrylic Christmas Trees are back this year due to popular demand. It's the most retro holiday "tree" I've seen yet, but it's certainly not as festive as the Unica Home Bottle Brush Tree. It looks great decked with monochrome silver ornaments, but I don't think it really stands on its own. So be prepared for some quality tree-trimming time. The tree is available in both 3' ($500) and 6' ($850) and each is limited edition, signed, and numbered for the 2007 season.
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Saturday, December 1, 2007
Less than two months separate you from the gift of your dreams! To better help you start dropping hints about what you want, or to give you ideas of what to give others, we’ll be bringing you a great gift every day until the big day.
Today’s fun find, is Aaron R Thomas’ Limited Edition Acrylic Christmas Tree! If you’re looking for something not quite traditional, a little unique, and just plain cool, sign up for one of these babies.
The 6 feet versions come at a hefty $850 price tag (3 feet goes for $500) but think of it this way - they’ll last ya forever, and trust us when we say you’ll have the most rockin’ tree on the block!
Only 50 of these were made, so hurry!
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Because I've always wanted a 6-foot-tall, $850, limited-edition clear plastic Christmas tree.
Seriously -- pines and firs? Overrated.
Order yours right here.
I'm a "Bah! Humbug!" sort of girl myself and Christmas isn't that big in my house (except for the family gatherings and the copious amounts of food and drink) but when I was checking out Aaron R Thomas's website to see what fab new things he has designed my heart skipped a beat. Lucite lovers of the world unite, an acrylic christmas tree. Swoon! This one has been styled for the Bamboo Colony in L.A. Check it out here and here. (Earlier post here.) Limited edition so if you can't resist go now.
I like to look at North American design magazines to admire the beauty of a traditional Christmas with falling white snow and burning fireplaces, hot apple cider and blazing candles. I love the cozy, inviting decor with heaps of plush blankets in warm tones, mantels adorned in holly and scented pinecones, and twinkling lights and ornaments draping a real evergreen Christmas tree. And one can not forget the excitement of the big man himself... Santa Claus (I envision snowflakes falling and Santa on a reindeer sled gliding through the night sky)!
I would love to experience a traditional winter solstice Christmas. For those who are lucky enough to live in the Northern Hemisphere, savour the season for not everyone in this world gets to experience a traditional holiday.
I *am* dreaming of a white Christmas...
Merry December everyone!! :)
Merry December to you and everyone. Here's to lucite Christmas trees!!
Dear Friends, Fans, Clients...
Our Acrylic Christmas Tree has created such a stir, we've started a new blog just as a scrap-book of the reviews we've gotten.
Thanks for visiting.
By the way, Time is running out to order yours.
Christmas is coming,
and this limited edition of Trees won't last much longer.
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