Last week we talked about "mantel mania" and this week it's time to go inside the holiday home and take a look at the Christmas tree. After all, it's the most important decorative element this time of year. If you know Cindy Rinfret, you know that she decorates with a "more is more" philosophy, so it's no surprise that she doesn't limit herself to one tree. Each of her children have their own trees, her dogs have their own doggie tree, and sparkling trees brighten up her halls and entry.
The mother of all trees in Cindy's home is without a doubt the monumental tree in her Great Room, below:
Here are some of our favorite ornaments right now (all available at Rinfret Home & Garden):
Doesn't this charming ornament remind you of those fantastic, super preppy Tommy Hilfiger ads?
We also love these lifelike red cardinals that you can affix to your tree, wreath, or anything else you can imagine for a festive pop of red that feels fresher than just a glitzy red ball.
If you're more into bling than birds, you'll want these luxe crystal ornaments that will make your chandelier jealous of your Christmas tree.
Cindy's Marketing Director, Elizabeth, loves this doggie ornamanet because it looks just like her Korean Jindo dog. If she could get a Korean Jindo ornament at Rinfret Home & Garden, then we're willing to bet they can get you whatever breed you can think of!
Speaking of dogs, how cute do Cindy's goldens look in her hallway, framed by these simply elegant trees?
Cindy not only has special dog ornaments for her goldens but a whole Christmas tree dedicated to the four legged family members. Check it out:
If you like the idea of a special little tree but aren't a dog person, you should check out the famous Rinfret Teddy Bear Tree:
This is sure to please family members young in age and young at heart.
We could go on and on about all the great ornaments and decorative accessories for Christmas trees but you'll have a lot more fun if you simply come down to Rinfret Home & Garden and check out what we have first hand! While you're at it, you can count how many trees we have (there are a lot).