The traditional, more natural area above has pine garland that you would swear is real. I've even seen customers smell it to see if it's real. I giggle a little to myself each time. :)
The area above is our White Christmas area. It's the first one we put together. My mom, Aimee, Emily and I stayed late one evening and climbed around in the window giggling and hanging lights and garland and trying to figure out how to put together that darn vintage tree. Each branch has to be hooked into the center and we couldn't figure out what went where. We learned that Emily is an obsessive fluffer and the branches and ornaments have to be spaced just right or she's not happy! We also discovered that some stuffing we use for cushions works perfectly as fake snow in the window. It was a fun evening and Aimees husband even brought us funnel cake from the carnival down the street.
Above is the silver area. Isn't the flocked tree gorgeous??? We found it in Atlanta and spent more on it than we would normally spend for a wholesale tree but it is just wonderful. They flocked it in clumps like real snow. We put it on top of a coffee table to make it as tall as the ceiling. It gives it a little more drama. Also, we didn't have a good tree topper so I hung a Wendy Addison glass gliter chandelier above it to look like a star. We also wrapped some fake presents in old typing paper to make it more cheery.
This is the pink area (above) Emily spent a lot of time making this area near the baby section her own. It's hard to see in the photo, but she put a garland on the tree and then wrapped tulle around it to give it more depth. It looks so cute. We hung a pink chandelier in the window and put a chippy, pink glider in front. We also had a small vintage pink door that is displaying some items. Lots of people have commented on Emily's garland creation above the large cabinet in the baby area. She clipped birds and hung little pink chandelier ornaments from it. It's fabulous.