For 5 Way Wednesday, I partnered with Lenox to share 5 different ways to style mercury glass trees. These Lenox mercury glass trees from the Wintry Woods collection add a beautiful sparkle to any home during the holidays. Not only are they pre-lit and offer a romantic, twinkly glow, but the green mercury glass contrasts beautifully with fresh and faux greenery. Plus, they are gorgeous during the day or night!
For this centerpiece idea, first, lay down a table runner to group the decor. Then, use a mix of shiny mercury glass trees combined with the snow covered texture of pinecones and bottle brush trees. I love to mix the sparkly glam with rustic, natural elements during Christmas time.
First, hang a holiday inspired artwork, sign or wreath in the center of the mantle. Then, place a couple of mercury glass trees on either side. Lastly, decorate with fresh or faux greenery, adding ribbon or Christmas stems to the garland as preferred.
These mercury glass trees make a beautiful statement to any holiday vignette. When styling a vignette, decorate in groups of three and vary the height of the objects using books or risers. Also, use a variety of textures found in glass, metal, wood, and natural elements. These are the perfect addition of twinkly lights and a sparkly finish.
Much like the other holiday vignettes, these mercury glass trees can be grouped together with other collections of Christmas trees. However, when placed on a stack of chippy pedestals with faux snow too, they become a unique holiday display. It’s like looking into a snow globe! Plus, it would be fun to pair these in the middle of a Christmas village.
When decorating a buffet table, show off your collection of mercury glass trees and holiday decor. However, leave room for entertaining and serving pieces, too. These gold rimmed bar glasses and snowflake carved plates are also part of the Lenox holiday collection.
If you have a console table to style, place a glass tree next to the lamp with one more holiday decoration like a Putz house or snowman!
I hope you are inspired with these ideas to decorate with mercury glass trees. They are one of my favorite things to collect and use in my holiday decor. Plus, they make beautiful gifts for the home decor lover!
I hope you check out the rest of the Lenox holiday collection, including the porcelain lit tree that everyone remembers from Grandma’s house. But first, check out how I used the Lenox pinecone and holly platter to start a new tradition in my home… Dessert for Dinner, y’all!
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